2 Parks near Zanesville, Ohio
May 2015 - $25.00
Nice park, 2 nice lakes, good inside gravel roads. Small store, courteous staff, full hook ups, 30 amp at our site. Would definitely stay there again. - john rv
Jun 2015 - $34.00
My husband and I stayed here overnight in our 40' while traveling from Indiana to Pennsylvania. The road leading into the campground (Buckeye Drive) is a narrow two-lane uphill road, so use caution when operating your rig up/down this road.
The family orientated campground itself is extremely well maintained in regard to landscaping and cleanliness, and the staff could not have been friendlier. The sites are gravel and fairly well-spaced, although not perfectly level (but what site is?) and included a fire ring and a picnic table.
The rate that we paid was a Good Sam rate and included 50 AMP electric service, water, sewer and cable TV. WiFi is also available and is free; however, we have our own MiFi so we are unable to comment on speed of theirs. We did utilize the restrooms and they were extremely clean. The laundromat ($2.00 for washer (approx. 30-minutes) and $1.25 for dryer (approx. 45-minutes) was extremely clean and offered a dollar changer as well as laundry detergent and fabric softener.
The pool looked inviting and extremely clean as well; however, the weather didn't offer us the luxury of swimming. There is an onsite store, game room, shelter pavilion, playground and a walking trail.
We would stay here again and would highly recommend it. - The Diesel Gypsies
May 2015 - $34.00
Overnight here every year. Very clean, nice gravel pullthroughs, nice space between campers. No tight spots. Quiet. Well marked signs from interstate (easy to see during day) no cable, 4 stations off antenna. Also has picnic area with grills. - National Parks Traveler
Oct 2014 - $34.00
Out of the way but ok for overnight. Not others to choose from and stop way before office for overnight stay as these pull thrus are on left near entry. - lesashubby