October 25, 2019 - reviewed by 5turkeys
Not Bad, Not Good
Stayed in loop 44-60. Better have good backing-up skills to park in your site. Time and again, watched trailers back in from the entrance of this loop into their designated site. Also agree with previous reviews not much in terms of privacy, shade or trees. Stayed in site 52 next to bathrooms, people had to walk thru our site in order to access since there is no clear path. Maybe just the weekend we stayed, but seemed that leashing your pet is not common practice so beware walking your dog. Water to fill tank is down past the park office on left hand side.
August 31, 2019 - reviewed by Amy
Not Bad, Showers Could Use Improvement
We stayed directly across from the office and it’s not bad. Slightly sloped but we didn’t slide down in bed. Not much privacy between any of the campsites and no trees to hang a cloth line from. The biggest complaint for me is that the showers have one large communal changing area outside the individual stalls and there’s no shelf or anything for toiletries. Water pressure was decent and temperature was better than good. Beautiful area and definitely would stay in the area again but may search for something with more privacy and better showers.
September 16, 2018 - reviewed by Gslow
Tent camped one night in mid-September. Sites are very open and do not provide privacy, offer primarily sloped areas only for tent pitching and are close together in some areas. Restrooms at office are nice. Staff was friendly. I will definitely try a different campground when in the area.
July 31, 2018 - reviewed by Retired Firefighter EMT
Not A Bad Place
Do not use phone GPS to locate the campgrounds, you will be taken somewhere you dont want to be.(especially pulling a longer rv) Other than that it's quiet, spots with electric are a little tight. Shower room is kinda open into the restroom but not bad. Friendly staff. I'd stay there again now that I've found out how to get there.
July 9, 2017 - reviewed by Ohio Camper
Typical Ohio Campground
I stayed in campsite area 44-60, from which the lake is not in view. Despite heavy forest all around, the campsites have no greenery over or between the campsites. Incredibly, the water supply to fill the tank was difficult to find. Another camper showed me a spigot in the women's bathroom beneath a sink to use by using 150 ft of hose to my camper. Apparently there is a spigot somewhere down the park road, but there is no sign. There is good hiking here, with a backpack trail (wildcat hollow), a cross-border Ohio trail, and around-the-lake trails. There free showers.
July 17, 2016 - reviewed by Motorcycle Camper
Compact and functional
It isn't huge and doesn't offer a ton of amenities, but it is a really nice little campground. You can walk to a swimming area on the lake from the site. Bathrooms are typical cinder block. Small store offers basic supplies only. Cost is pretty reasonable and the campground was quiet on a Saturday night.
Will stay again.