Very nicely kept campground. Some people commented how quiet it is and that you can hear horse buggies pass. Not really correct on that note. You are very close to a State Road, very heavily traveled, however, that is not a reason to stop you from staying here.
Very well maintained. Sights are reasonable spaced, typical for a small private campground. They have nice fire rings at each site and free local wood for burning. Many shaded sites. Bathroom are very, very clean. I would highly recommend. We camped at Amish Country Campsites in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $27.00
The only reason I gave this park an overall 8, was because some of the sites were small. We have a 26 ft trailer, and it just fit on our site. However, there were bigger sites, but they were already occupied since we stayed Labor Day weekend. Very close to many Amish towns. Would stay here again. Owners very nice. We camped at Amish Country Campsites in a Travel Trailer.
Very tight entrance, lady sent us to a site that was occuppied. Found another site but we had to straddle 2 sites. Very tight had to unhook trailer so we could get out of the site. Do not even consider this park if you exceed 40 feet. We camped at Amish Country Campsites in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice and clean campground. Lots of shade, gravel roads, and free kindling firewood. Restrooms and showers are the cleanest! Local television available. We spent 3 days here and could have easily stayed a lot longer! We camped at Amish Country Campsites in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice cozy and quaint campground. The campground is in the heart of Amish country, and you hear the clip clop of the horse and buggies going down the road. There is a horse and cow pasture the campsite backs up to. Restrooms and bathhouse were very clean. If you love the country, and are fascinated by the Amish culture this is the campground for you. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention...free firewood. We camped at Amish Country Campsites in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $28.00
We stayed here for 5 days before attending a rally in Sugarcreek, OH. We had stayed here several years ago and everything was still the same high quality as before. The restrooms and showers were some of the cleanest we have ever seen. The owners are Mennonite and are very friendly and knowledgeable about the area. We had a site where we could let our grey water out into a gravel filled "dry well". This worked fine. If we are going to visit the area again, we would definitely stay here. We camped at Amish Country Campsites in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $25.00
Water and 30 amp hookup. Gravel sites fairly level. As stated before parking by your RV is tight. Free firewood and nice mostly shaded. We didn't have a grey water dump but some did. We used the dump station. It is not level but worked OK. The store has hand made and home items. The jam is terrific. The entire area is Amish and there are lots of shops to visit. The owners are very friendly and keep the campground in great shape. I don't usually mention restrooms but these were immaculate. Verizon phones had good reception. Their Wi-Fi was the best we have had in any campground. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped at Amish Country Campsites in a Fifth Wheel.
We were here during the weekend of the July the 4th and it was packed. Luckily the campers were all polite and quiet so the crowded conditions were fine. Electrical and water were fine; we had a site with a grey water drain: not all of the sites have them (dump station is available). Lots of trees: gravel sites with a picnic table and fire ring; sites are not level. Back-in only. We only saw two big motorhomes and they were very cramped (bumpers almost touching the RV behind them) so I would not recommend this CG to 40'+ RVs. Your truck/tow vehicle will not fit on the site. You have to park perpendicular to your RV, or up on a hillside. Family oriented CG: lots of families here return year after year. Free firewood. Nice pasture at the top of the CG to walk the dogs. We would stay here again. We camped at Amish Country Campsites in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $23.00
We have stayed here 5 different trips, and have never been disappointed. The owners are always helpful and friendly. Restrooms and showers may be older, but are well maintained and extremely clean. Some sites offer gray-water disposal which since we have a sink and no bathroom, for us it is like full hookup. The campground is centrally located to the Amish towns in the area making day trips enjoyable. Be sure to visit Kiem Lumber in Charm, Lehman's Hardware in Kidron, and ice cream at Troyer's Market just outside Berlin. We will be back! We camped at Amish Country Campsites in a Travel Trailer.
This is one of the best campgrounds my family and I have ever visited. Yes, the sites are small, but the family atmosphere outweighs any thing else. We have been camping here for about 25 years, once a year. The bathrooms are outstanding and clean. The showers are clean and spacious. Flowers abound in the well kept campground. We took time to smell the roses since there are many roses in the yard. Hummingbird feeders are hung around the owners home which also serves as the office. The free firewood is also a plus. The wonderful owners are Mennonites and great people. There is only a small playground for the children, but there is a beautiful campground to walk around. You can listen to the Amish buggies pass along the main road, and on Friday nights and Saturday nights, an Amish family visits the campground to sell their baked goods and home made crafts. This campground is a pure delight if relaxing is what you have in mind for a great camping trip. We camped at Amish Country Campsites in a Tent Trailer.
Small, nicely maintained park surrounded by peaceful farmland. Owners are friendly and welcoming. No sewer hookup, but site had a grey water dump and clean restrooms/showers were very convenient. Wi-Fi worked well in our rig. Walking distance to quaint Winesburg, beautiful countryside. We stayed two weeks longer than planned and will definitely return. We camped at Amish Country Campsites in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $23.00
A little tight in a class A, but nice and clean. The owners are Mennonite and keep the place in excellent condition. On Friday and Saturday, an Amish couple comes up in a buggy and sells homemade baked goods. 30 Amp power and no on site sewer, but not a problem for us. Super great area and you are near all of the Amish sightseeing areas. Great food in the area and wonderful scenery. We camped at Amish Country Campsites in a Motorhome.
Small but beautiful campground. Very friendly staff. Restrooms and showers are the best of any we've seen. Gravel interior roads, free firewood. We camped at Amish Country Campsites in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2007 - $16.00
Very nice campground to stay and the see the area. The sights are small. But we usually were out seeing the area, so that was not a problem for us. The restrooms were immaculate and the owners were very friendly. Free firewood was always available. Highly recommend this campground. We camped at Amish Country Campsites in a Motorhome.
Nice clean park, although the sites are a bit close together. During the time we were there, however, it was not crowded so this wasn't an issue. While you wouldn't want to make this a "camping" destination, it is a good place to stay while visiting the Ohio Amish Country. It's very conveniently located. We'll definitely stay here again. There's lots to see and do within the area. We camped at Amish Country Campsites in a Motorhome.