Located right off I-71 north of Delaware, we went here as our last trip of the season. We were surprised by how huge the sites were. I've never had sites larger than what I had here. Since it was end of October, it was pretty empty and there were no activities planned but my kids still enjoyed the indoor pool and small fishing pond which is free to use if your camping. There is a good playground for younger kids to enjoy as well as a small basketball half court and horseshoe pits. I especially enjoyed the trap shooting that operated from 10-4 that Saturday and they even have Sporting Clays course but I didn't use. We will definitely go back here again in the future.
We stayed here over Labor Day weekend. The campground was full but didn't seem overcrowded. The pool was great as well as the playground and other amenities. My kids enjoyed their stay. I stayed here several years ago and didn't like it as much as I did this year. There have been many upgrades to this campground to the point I would recommend it. Most all the sites are shaded and are good size. Enough so that we were able to have 3 families hang out around 1 campfire ring and not feel cramped. Bathrooms and shower houses were cleaned daily and were in very good condition. The only small negatives I would say are that there are no paved roads and the cable connection had only analog signals. All the sites and roads are gravel except near the office, but the sites are basically level and I only had to level the trailer front to back.
This review is based on our 1st visit to this KOA. Overall, I think the price per night is a little expensive but this place is very nice, clean and they had many activities scheduled throughout the day. Pool, showers, lakes are all maintained very well. The game room is good idea, but it has more gumball machines than games in it. The campsite reviews will vary based on where your located. Most of the older part of the park is dedicated to seasonal campers. We were lucky enough to be located in the small older loop section on Site 81 which had Full Hook-up and backed up to a stream. It was a little tight to back into, but was able to manage it with help from the staff who escorted me to the site. Once setup, the site was good size with good tall shade trees and adequate space between sites. The newer section adjacent to the banquet hall and parking lot which is were the majority of the weekend campers stay only have small trees and the sites a little more bunched together. These sites are better suited for big rigs and those who prefer pull-throughs. I would stay here again but will probably not make it a yearly stop.
Excellent campground. The only drawbacks or comments for improvement are: 1) Most of the sites are not shaded, only the ones along the perimeter close to the treeline are. 2) Very few activities by the campground. The sites are big, paved and flat. Even the fire ring is poured concrete. Pool is great, showers and restrooms are clean and staff was helpful with backing into your site. Location is good for touring anywhere around the Muskegon, MI area and it is literally across the street from Michigan Adventures, which was a blast. I would definitely stay here again in the future.
Basically a nice clean park that is good if your looking for a place to stay in the area. I would not go out of your way to stay here. Our weekend's (Labor Day) planned activities were cornhole tournaments and a nightly singer. There were no activities planned for the kids, so they had to make do with the playground and pool. The pool is heated and maintained well although it would be small on a busy hot weekend. Wi-Fi worked good and the staff was very helpful and friendly. Sites are a little on the small side but I've had worse. In summary, I would not return unless I had to spend the night in the area and then I would be OK staying here again.
This campground feels like its near the middle of nowhere, if you like that sort of thing. It actually isn't too far out of Butler, in the heart of Amish country. You can see the horse and buggies occasionally go down the road. My only small complaint with this campground is the pull-through sites are a little small and the camp store did not have a lot: otherwise this is an enjoyable campground. Recently under new ownership, they are really trying to add more amenities to this place, although they already have the necessities. My kids had a great time with the heated pool, crafts, firetruck and wagon rides, and movie night. I'd recommend this place if you're looking to stay around the Mohican/Loudonville area where there is lots of biking, hiking and canoeing to do.
Very good all around campground. The sites were good size, where I didn't feel we were on top of each other. Heated pool is great, although wish it was bigger at times when it was the busiest time of day. Basketball court and sand volleyball court was maintained as well as an activity tent that had table tennis setup. Some activities were planned Friday and Saturday that my kids enjoyed. It was nice to see campground being monitored by the sheriff at night. Shower house was fairly clean and had plenty of hot water.
Very nice campground directly across the street from Alum Creek State Park. My only complaints are site sizes were a little short (had to park tow vehicle side-ways). Spacing between sites is fair. My family loved their stay and the kids found the pool and activities enjoyable. They didn't want to leave. Activities especially for the kids were planned throughout the weekend (movie, scavenger hunt, karaoke, tractor rides, spaghetti dinner.) The entire campground is paved blacktop and only gravel were you park your RV, so my kids found riding their bikes much easier. Many large Class A spent the weekend but there were RV's of all sizes. We'll definitely be returning in the future.
We camped here over Memorial Weekend. Overall the place is nice and clean but in the area we were in (Section N) the sites were very close together. For the money, you could find other places with similar amenities. Although there were activities planned each day, my kids (5 & 7) only found a few of them interesting and some of them cost extra. Since you are not allowed to bring wood in (due to Ash borer containment) you can buy it from the ranger station for $1 a log.
No frills park with an nice, moderate sized in-ground pool. Check-in was quick and easy, and I was escorted to my site so there was no searching and guessing where my site was. Gravel sites are level with decent space (not huge)between them. Overall place was clean with trash cans located throughout. Campground location is practically in the middle of town, but once inside seemed secluded enough. No activities planned at the campground the weekend we stayed, but we visited King's Island that is 10-15 minutes away. Playground is small but has basic swings, a slide and basketball court. I would stay here again if looking for a place to stay a few nights while visiting King's Island or other Cincinnati area attractions.
The good: heated pool, friendly staff, shaded. The bad: small uneven tight sites and hilly terrain. Trailers medium or big will have difficult time pulling into the campsites. I bent my rear jack due to the uneven roads. Also needed to engage 4WD to back into my site.
Baylor Beach is mainly a private swimming lake with a campground attached. The swimming lake is open to the public for a fee and no cost for the campers. The grounds were very nice with partial shade and well kept. Playgrounds were in good condition offered several functions (swings, slides, tunnels, etc...) Baylor Beach also offers a small separate paddle boat and canoe lake to use for a small fee. No fishing is allowed in either of the lakes. I recommend it if looking for a place to stay in this area.
No scheduled activities. Playground for little kids was pathetic. Close to Cedar point and Lake Erie. Camp store had very little to offer. Only good if you plan on spending your entire day off camp property.