Sites are very spacious and level. Campground was clean. Playground equipment is dated, but the kids had fun (7,5 and 3). Beach was quiet (fair amount of bird droppings). Campground is off the beaten path, no road noise. Staff was friendly. Store stocked all the necessities. Nice activities for the kids. Lots of trails. All in all another fabulous Ohio State Park.
Campground was full for the Mothers' Day weekend/KOA camp 1 night, get 1 night free. The sites are typically close for a KOA. The pull through area looks like it used to be a field that they paved (no trees or other privacy in that area). Nice playgrounds and ponds. Fishing pond was well stocked for catch/release. Lots of staff and activities. Firewood for purchase was wet/smokey. Restrooms were nice. Liked the ada/family restroom. Nice campground with lots to do.
We camped over Memorial Day weekend, and the park was full. The sites are large and there was lots of privacy. Restrooms were clean and adequate, although the timers on the showers were too short. Nice playground. Spectacular lake view (note that speed boats were loud on the lakefront sites). Our first experience with an Ohio State Park and we were thrilled. Our expectations were high with the great reviews and the park met or exceeded them. The only disappointment was that we were told the bike trails were closed due to wet weather, so we didn't bring their bikes. The roads in the campground are all paved and the kids would have had plenty of area to ride if we had brought them..
The owners are very friendly and really interested in making your stay pleasant. Their Halloween weekend had plenty of activities for everyone. Pull through sites are a little tight, but the sites along the perimeter are nicely spaced. The Neil Armstrong museum is within minutes and great for an afternoon away from the campground. The kids keep asking when we're going back to Wapakoneta. Definitely soon!