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Third year attending this weekend for Halloween. I never decorate for Halloween but with everything going on in 2020 I said what the heck. I think it turned out nice but not good enough to be a winner. This KOA is a Holiday and there is plenty of staff and activities for the entire family.
The grounds were clean and fairly well maintained. There are shower facilities, potable water and vault toilets. Not certain about laundry facilities. Pine Lake is nice, but the beach is a bit small. Overall, this has been a lovely place to relax and decompress! Would certainly return again for another trip.
We really enjoy Paint creek campgrounds. They have a family movie on Friday nights (when weather allows). They also have breakfast on several Saturdays throughout the season.
The campgrounds is also close to a fantastic bakery.
This campground offers awesome views for the sunsets/sunrises, trails on the property that leads to beautiful scenery in the heart of hocking hills. A pool to swim in if you want. They offer primitive camping as well for the more secluded camper. The staff are friendly and helpful. Mark, who lives on the campgrounds goes above and beyond expectations! Plenty of wildlife to see. This place brings you back to your roots of nature.
A well manicured campground just outside Dayton, easy to get to, back in pavement site with 30A electric, picnic table and fire pit. Plenty of potable water spigots around, just not at the site. Dump station near the entrance of the campground. Walking trails along the lake well cared for. Plenty of activity with playground and an outdoor theater. Plenty of water-front pebble beach for enjoyment in the summer. Close to the campground is the marina with a restaurant , but won’t open til Memorial Day.
This campground has a huge lake. The campground itself has a different access point than the state park. If you have a boat in our camping this is a really nice feature. We had a spot at the end of a loop in the cul-de-sac area. Those spots are the largest by far. They can fit about 3 to 4 RVs, although not permitted. We were camping in the early spring, So there wasn’t a lot of foliage yet. Hopefully in the summer there’s more shaded areas￼