The sites are very large but may take a lot to level your rig. Owner was very friendly and laid-back. Only one washer & dryer, but only a buck to use. TV reception weak, but most sites very open for satellites. I liked this RV Park. Nothing fancy and would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Sites are large and grass. Beautiful RV park that is very close to town and out in the country at the same time. Quiet and peaceful at night. Park has river front with docks for boaters and jet skis. Very well maintained. Large washer and dryer, priced at $1 each. Owners are friendly and attentive to campers' needs. Parkersburg is just across the river and, with Marietta, provide plenty of shopping, weekend festivals and activities, as well as health care services. We are snowbirds who spend the spring to fall season here in a motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is OK. It could be excellent if the owners would be willing to put some time and money into it. The interior roads really need to be graveled and pot holes fixed. The sites are not paved or graveled and can be difficult to get out of after a hard rain. The full hook-up sites are very large which is a good thing. All of the river side sites are seasonal people. It is quiet and nothing is ever bothered. The owners are friendly people. It is convenient to everything in Marietta being only 2 miles from town. I hope to see improvements in the future or else the campground won't be worth going to. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is a hidden gem, doesn't show up on Google Searches (plan to register them on Google Maps tonight though). The sites are surprisingly level on the river front, the back 33 may not be by looking. These are all grass sites, no gravel or cement. They have a lot of full timers and construction workers in this park. Small time campground right next to a strawberry picking patch, about 3 minutes into Marietta which has everything you can need. Tons of shade trees on the river front sites (Muskingum River) with stairs down on some river front sites to the river directly, they are also in the process of putting up a dock to be finished next week. The owners/operators have a park model on site and stayed here on site while we where here at least one night. Some of the friendliest folks we have met so far on our travels. Shower was spotless (they have only one) and both the men's and women's restroom are clean as well. Small laundry room $1 to run a machine has been the most well maintained spots we have seen. There is a playground on site as well for children. Hook ups are well constructed and again like the rest of the park, top notch. This is a great little spot to setup for a few days for visiting family like we were as well as historic Marietta. Holding back a 10 as the rail road runs about 1/2 a mile north of the park sites, which at 2 am will be a bit noisy. (Although I didn't wake but for a moment.) Hardly a reason to complain considering the great river front location and the character and dedication to the park the owners have. Will use this spot anytime we are back in this area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is listed in the wrong location on some map software. The park has 10 spots at the entrance but only 6 would be considered useable. The rest are past the office building and all appear to be long term/full time RV spots. A big rig could get in but would have to take 3rd street to the fairgrounds and come back around. The hookups are all in good shape and 3 spots offer 50 amp. They have no facilities (laundry or bath) but Wi-Fi is available. This park is walking distance to the museum and the front street parks. The Muskingum River walking trail is at the edge of the park. The area is the older part of Marietta and a few of the homes around the park are run down. It is $20 the first night and $15 each night after, if you have an electric heater or A/C unit the fee increases $1.75 a night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We camped here for a weekend. We were in town for a festival in Marietta. Though they advertise riverfront camping, most of the riverfront lots are taken by seasonals. The lot we had was back from the river and had absolutely no shade. The pool wasn't heated but was very nice and clean as were the showers and bathrooms. The people in the office were friendly and helpful. Our only complaint, other than the lack of shade was that although we were assured that quiet time was 11:00 P.M. there were loud parties, talking and yelling well into the wee hours. This may have been an exception because of the festival, but some of the seasonal people we spoke to told us that management NEVER enforces quiet time. Other than that, a fair experience. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice paved camping area amongst the fair ground buildings and surrounded by lawn and trees. Roller skating 100 feet away. Downtown Marietta is a two minute drive away. Big rig friendly with level sites. Woodalls says there are 40 water and electric sites. We noted many sites very close to the river. We camped here in a Motorhome.