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Campground is a large size, sites are decent, lots of fishing areas and a water slide. That’s where the end of the positive things stop. Lots of litter around, dumpsters were always full, staff wasn’t friendly or helpful. RN out of gate cards, office hours not followed. Very loud and rambunctious…
The oweners are nice people. The camp ground is small and clean. There is pull through full hook up sites. But they are full sun and small sites. So no privacy.
I’m glad we stayed four nights here. It gave us enough time to see both good and bad from this lovely state park. The bad included small sites, overcrowding, and a lot of raccoon activity. But the good was beautiful scenery, lots of amenities, a wonderful camp store, and a lot of friendly people!
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While staying in the area, we decided to go check out this campground for a future stay. When we arrived at the road leading to the entrance (marked only by colorful flags) there was an event blocking us from getting to the campground itself. About a dozen golf carts were lined up to participate…
Gravel sites, electric, play areas for kids. Close to the flea market! Nice place to park for a few days in Amish country. Fun at the pavilion!
Sauder Village is extremely well maintained and clean! Beautiful views of corn and farmland. The historical village is an easy 10 minute stroll and worth visiting!
We reserved last minute, they had plenty of room. Granted, it was a Monday. Beautiful lake. Very quiet. Shady. Our site was sloped, but we worked it out. Would recommend
We have a blast!!!!! Bring your boat or watercraft! Plenty of lakefront camping spots on the barbie chain of lakes. Several (deep, clean) lakes hooked together by channels. Also hook into that big bass or musky!! It's crowded, pretty quiet usually, no showers or running water bathroom facilities.…
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The campground was full, but was surprisingly quiet. Clean comfort stations and grounds. It was a bit odd that there was only one water fill station, and two oddly placed dump stations, but we were not in a hurry so waiting was not a concern. Our site, 315, was listed as having a slight grade. …
We stayed there three nights had a very nice stay. They have alot of sites owners were very friendly people at the camp ground were all friendly. Nice lake, you can bring golf carts nice size camping lots. We will go back again great experience beautiful place.
I spent one night here with my two dogs on Memorial Day weekend and I was much more impressed with this location than I thought I was going to be.
The park itself is very narrow and long, and stretches down the Maumee River bank. It's very green with lots of trees and shade cover. The paved…
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It's a good little camp ground. Electric sites are small and not private. The outhouses are very clean.
If you're traveling with kids or enjoy the community of being near your fellow campers this is a great option. If you are looking for a peaceful retreat this may be a bit loud and busy. However, the many amenities are a great way to find peace with the 9 lakes, 12 trails and a beach for swimming.…
Very straightforward reservation and check in process. The grounds are nice with a lovely river right across the street. Bathrooms are A+ with a code for only campers. I would definitely return here.
Typical state run campground. Some sites are very close together, while some offer a little more room. Sites 221- 243, 202-204 offer lake views. I say VIEWS, not access.
Sites 228& 232 have sites with good access to the lake. Scattered throughout the park are sites with 50amp service. Fill…