Forest Hills is located in Coshocton County. It is a wonderful family campground. They have a nice swimming lake with slides, diving boards, a raft and rings for the kids. I was surprised that my teenagers liked it as much as they did. Forest Hills also has paddle boats and fishing. We stayed over Memorial Day weekend. They did not require a 3 day stay so Friday night had a lot of campers but then the rest of the weekend did not. Restrooms are clean but a little dated. They are also a walk because they are located with the swimming. Overall, this is a wonderful Ohio getaway and a nice place to spend some family time.
We stayed here mid week and there were very few people in the park. However, it looks like there are a lot of seasonal campers and the weekends would be busier. The restrooms were very nice and clean. They have a shower, toilet and sink in one personal unit. There are six of these units located in the middle of the park. Our site was on gravel but fairly level and shaded. This campground is in the country but not very far off of I-71.
We stayed here for Memorial Day Weekend. We went to Cedar Point, which is a 20 minute drive from the park. There has been a lot of rain this spring so most sites were muddy. The mud carried over into the rest rooms which made for a real mess. I think the rest rooms would have been fine if there were not so much mud. They were cleaned throughout the weekend. We rode bikes down to the beach. This is a nice park for bike riding. There is a lot to do in this area. We will return.
This campground is in Clinton Lake State Park. Our site was a nice pull through with newly paved roads and pad. The sites were nice sized with grass and a picnic table. The bad thing about this campground was the bugs. You could not be outside of the camper without being swarmed. I have camped at state parks and national parks and never had this kind of bug problem. They were everywhere including the bathrooms and showers. There was a nice beach close the the campground but there had been so much rain when we camped here, that the beach was flooded. Also, the bugs were at the beach. If they dealt with the bugs and cleaned up the restrooms, this would be a fabulous place to camp. We would not stay here again.
We stopped here for an overnight on our way through Wyoming. Our site was nice and the staff was very helpful. The bbq was pretty good. The bathrooms were clean but a bit small. We had no problems with the pull through or the parking. The location was convenient to the highway. We would stay here again.
The RV park is clean and very nice. The sites are on the smaller side but still enough room for a picnic table. I thought the price was too high for you to have to pay for showers. They take advantage of RVers because they off full hook ups and not many places in the area have full hook ups. I would call it gouging. The scenery is lovely in this area. We would not stay here again. I would look for something a little closer to Jackson but don't know if the price would be comparable.
We stayed here while visiting Yellowstone and white water rafting in Montana. We booked a standard site knowing that it was small and we could not have a fire. We did use a charcoal grill with no problem. Yes, the site was very small but we have a small trailer. If you are in a large rig, pay for the bigger site. It would be worth it. If you are in a popup or small trailer and don't mind the fire restriction, the standard site is fine. The bathrooms were clean. The staff was very friendly and the store has a nice selection of souveniers. There is no sales tax in MT so it's a great place to shop. We also liked the shops in Gardiner and Flying Pig rafting. We spent 4th of July here and were able to watch a variety of fireworks from out site. The view was fabulous. We would stay here again.
We stayed here two nights on our way to Yellowstone. The sites were small but we did have some grass. It is right beside a main road so there is some traffic noise. The bathhouse was clean and showers were nice. We liked it for the price and proximity to the town of Cody. Really enjoyed the rodeo and Buffalo Bill Center. Also the Cody dam was neat to see. The electric did go out once when we were here which makes me think they are overloaded on their circuit (from other reviews also). However, they got it back on very quickly. We would stay here again.
The sites are very small here. The first site we were given was very bad and we actually damaged our camper trying to pull into it. My husband complained and we were given a better site. However, he had to spend the next morning fixing our camper from the damage. They also use the end of a row as a camp site so it is difficult to navigate when pulling in or out of a site. I am not sure how some of the big rigs managed it. We did use their laundry, which was very clean. The bathrooms were also clean. We would not stay here again.
We stayed here two nights. It is in the middle of the Badlands and about a mile from one of the park entrances. The pool was small but clean. My daughter enjoyed swimming in it. Interior is a little village with a few businesses but no real grocery or gas station. The bathrooms were a clean but not exceptional. We would stay here again.