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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!
Such a gem! Tiny municipal campground, but part of a much larger recreation area. Everything seems new or at least well maintained. Couldn’t believe this location hasn’t gotten more attention. See pics for the many amenities in this park!
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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!
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. …
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.…
Pretty clean but crowded
great for canoeuing
Lots of fun activities for the kids, hayrides, slip and slide, playground and a whole rustic area to explore while you search for leprechauns. Lots of fun for the kiddos and very friendly people.
This camp ground site was well used but we came in late and were able to grab a spot. Luckily we visited off season. I bet this campground is very popular in the summer time. Highly recommend. We camped at 301 and there were vaulted toilets by the site.
Nine lakes, seven connected by water ways. Many trails with ratings from easy to rugged, distances of 1 mile to 4 miles and many of them cross to make your hike longer. Many campsites with some space between, but if the park was full, would be crowded. Very friendly rangers and well kept park.
We had a really great time. Good cell coverage. Lots of security, playgrounds, well kept trails, a beach, general store. This place is MASSIVE. You will need to pay a one time entry fee 9 for out of state, 7 for in state. After you check into the campsite you will have a pass. We got a space with…
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Only stopped here for the night to catch a rest so cannot speak to the trails or lakes. The place was nice enough at first glance that I’ll be back to check all those things out if I’m ever around these parts again. Would I make a many-hours-out-of-my-way detour for this place? Maybe... if the…
Very nice, family oriented, quite and reasonably priced, lots of stuff to do with in sauders village.