August 12, 2022 - reviewed by Dave
Pros. Large level pull through site, kids enjoyed the pond features, stayed during the week and was very quite. Nice little walking trail in the back of the park for my dog to burn off energy. Mid week special is 2 nights and the 3rd is free. 20 min drive to amish. $54 a night for full hook up. Little concession stand during swim hrs.
Cons. Only 2 ppl are free including in the reservation (husband and wife) then anymore over that (kids) is a extra $8 per person per day and they count the ppl in your car to confirm, then they write all the names on the vehicle tag. Only one bathhouse and it needs updated. No outdoor mats allowed. No laundry. No shade in pull through full hook up sites. Basically a parking lot full of Rv sites if your ok with that.
August 9, 2019 - reviewed by Poodlemom
Awesome Park For The Money
This is an exceptionally clean park and well maintained park. The sites are level gravel parking pads with a good stand of grass. I was impressed that when I called for a reservation, they asked me if I qualified for any of their discounts. They are a little strict about where you can walk your dogs, but there is an awesome path around the perimeter of the park that will give most pets an ample workout. This is a great family park with lots of activities.
Convienent to the Football Hall of Fame, the McKinnley Presidential Museum, and Amish country. We will be back!
September 27, 2017 - reviewed by William Lively
Stayed in August
I forgot to add my review back in August so here it is.
I just needed water and electric and that was avilable in a gravelled pull through site. This is a good campground and is well maintained. The staff is pleasant and the sites appear "level enough". I like to walk in the evenings and the overall campground is big enough to get in a good 30 minute stretch. You do get road noise, but not noticebly so. There are also several long-term tennants that leave very early so be ready for the sounds of diesel engines way before daylight.
I didn't use the bath house but if it is anything like the overall facility it should be OK.
August 9, 2016 - reviewed by Don Oberlies
The Campground Is Second
To the beach swimming for locals. No laundry in park. Big rig friendly pull thru's. 50 amp $50 per. For for people Quite. most employees friendly but not all. Life guards not professional 3 stars. Stayed here for hall of Football 4 days
July 19, 2016 - reviewed by Wesley
Excellent Tent Camping
We were very pleased with our experience at Baylor Beach. The campsites are great (stay away from the ones near the port-a-potty). One downside is when the sprayed their soybean crop near us just as we were cleaning up from breakfast. Otherwise it was a wonderful place. The water park was great for kids and adults. They really do a great job keeping the whole experience a family one. The bathrooms are really clean (I recommend driving from the tent to the plumbing in the front of the park. It is a couple minute drive and not exactly convenient, but worth it.)