August 12, 2023 - reviewed by Camping With The AMISH
We grabbed a seasonal spot because we were moving into Ohio, but we're waiting for the sale of our old house before we purchased a new house. They require a background check, which we thought was nice and smart. Very affordable. If you're seasonal, the electric is about $1 a day. The bath house is relatively clean. The shower head is short and only comes to my chest. The water pressure is low. They have weekend activities, and the Amish sell fresh produce energy Saturday. It's quiet and beautiful. Great spot to have a weekend away and relax.
June 28, 2021 - reviewed by Mike
After witnessing the eviction of a camper for flying a political flag i don't think we will be back after coming here for more than 10 years they need to have all the flags banned except THE AMERICAN FLAG! why just political flags?
March 18, 2018 - reviewed by Brett
I take my family camping here a few times each year. We’ve camped in the front and in the back. It’s a really nice camp ground with a great pool, nature trails, and activities for the kids.
June 28, 2017 - reviewed by Chris K.
If you want to camp on an open lot with no trees, this is your place. Most of the sites appear to be seasonal. If you walk through the seasonal area, prepare to be stared at by the occupants. The "pull through" sites are only that if the spot behind you is empty. The pool is a plus. The "firewood" they sell is a complete joke.