Standard (tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
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Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Buck Creek State Park
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Buck Creek State Park is located in Ohio
39.946 N
-83.729 W
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15 Reviews of Buck Creek State Park
Love Buck Creek!

LOVE camping here!!! Have been here probably 4-5 time in the last 2 summers. We have never had a bad experience here till this wkend ( which is why I wouldn’t give it a bad review bc all other times have been great). So this was our first time this summer camping here and the camp host on site 38 is so rude and unhappy. She parked like 3 ft from our friends camper and he went over to see if he could help her (bc we thought she was there for us and needed something) and she said “do you see this spot all this grass is my site” in a rude tone. We were blown away bc we have never had anything but a good exp we just thought she needed something. And by the way she had her driveway and closer to her camper available. So being parked within 3 ft of their parking pad was a bit much. The camp host from lot 38 rode around on a golf cart with a unhappy face every time we seen her the whole wkend. She just seemed miserable. Other than that we always have a good time and they have a campground beach! We went fishing and our friend caught about a 2 ft carp!! No worries we catch and release so hes our there for the next person to catch! We will be going back. One spoiled trip will not ruin my favorite camp ground.

Clean and great facilities

Nice camping area and clean shower, bathrooms. Nice marina and boat launch!

Great spot

Very family friendly

Good for a summer night

After not being able to camp a majority of the summer due to having 2 brain surgeries - it was nice to at least get one camping trip in before the kids start back school. It was definitely not an easy task to get a camp site here as a walk-in. We checked on reserve America several times with no luck. So finally when Friday (8/9) morning came I rushed up to buck creek to get a spot. The camp store opened a little after the posted time. I politely asked the attendant if they had any walk-up sites available and at first she said no. I then said you don’t have anything at all? She finally said they had a few non-electric sites (which was totally fine!) I happily paid for the site and we sat up. The park was totally FULL by evening. The attendant at the store wasn’t the friendliest. It was slightly upsetting she tried to hide that they had a few non-electrics available. We also witnessed her telling children/teens they couldn’t come into the camp store without an adult. And, there was a stray, very scrawny looking cat that hung around the camp store that some people were giving food. The attendant came out of the store and yelled at the kids for feeding it - instead of explaining why they shouldn’t. The camp store is very basic it has wood, ice, lighters, and things of that nature. The camp sites can feel a bit cramped (especially when they’re full) they’re about 15ft from one cement pad to the next. The restrooms were okay and by Saturday evening desperately needed cleaned. Also in the main woman’s restroom only one out of three stall doors actually locked. The showers were warm though so that is a positive especially when camping. The camp doesn’t do very many planned activities. They have a movie at dark which our kiddos enjoyed. They have a basketball court which is usually full of teens. The playground is nice and within walking distance from all the campsites. However our 6 year old was a bit disappointed that the tetherball didn’t have a ball. Buck Creek has a lot of great trails to hike. It is very common to see wildlife especially deer on a hike here. The kids love it and it’s always fun to look for big foot on hikes for them.

Words can’t describe

I remember when that built this lake and they have improved it so much. It is very clean and camping there is wonderful. How ever book ahead as it books up fast. The lake has a beach and there is very good fishing there. They have a splendid walking and biking path. It is so peaceful

Electric this time around...

We booked a last minute 4th of July weekend and found site 48 available. It had a pretty level pad, lots of green space and a tree for shade. We were across from the basketball court but it sat way in the back near the trees that it wasn’t anything that bothered us. We were almost on the end of the road and not a far walk to the camp store and bathrooms (flushable toilets and decent showers). Next to the camp store is the large playground and the amphitheater where they show movies. Just 10 minutes away is a gas station with a big selection of alcohol, cheaper wood and ice. Great site for a last minute decision.

Walk in for Memorial Weekend

We had three walk-in sites to choose from on Memorial Weekend. We chose Site 113 in non-electric. It was a huge site with big trees for shade. Great for tent camping and it worked well for out camper. You have to pull in with a camper to be able to walk out onto your site. It’s a little backwards, but we only have 19ft camper so it worked for us. Plus we weren’t planning on driving anywhere so we didn’t have to worry about moving our truck. The bathroom/showers were not far and were nice and clean. For a holiday weekend it was nice and quiet. If your a bird watcher take your binoculars. Lots of robins, cardinals, red winged blackbirds and a few orioles. We drove though electric on our way out and the sites were much closer than where we were. We loved it and plan on going back.


Level concrete pads with plenty of room between spaces. Some in the open & some with trees. Very peaceful.

Great camping

Our scouts stopped here on our return trip home. This was a very nice campground with good facilities.

Great no matter what site

Sites are large. Pads for RVs are large. Every site is close to the reservoir, with tons of hidden beaches. Deer are everywhere. Watch out for raccoons. If you are tenting, bungee your coolers. Leave other food in your car. The raccoons have chewed through peoples’ tents to get their food.