We really enjoyed this large campground. There’s a bike way that terminates in the campground that runs by the lake and near a prairie. It’s not a loop so you’ll have to pedal back.
There are multiple playground and loops. Lots of places roam!
The State Park is on one side of the Lake and the Campground is on the other. There is no public road between the two. The campground is nice but it's an extremely long walking distance to the lake.
Very quite campground, lots of shaded areas for tent campers. Shower houses ver clean!
This campsite is HUGE. Has over 400 campsites and the first 17 have places you can keep your horses! Something I have never seen before. Some sites are not okay for tent camping and when we got there we had to go back to the office to see if we could change our site. Lucky for us you get one free site switch a stay, so that was nice. The beach is big but unfortunately no dogs allowed. It would be nice for them to include a section where dogs were allowed so we could enjoy. We spent our day on the trails instead. A lot of RV camping but overall it was a great trip!
I stayed at the campground with my older kids. It's a very large campground and spread out, which is great for privacy. We LOVED our campsite, as it was very private and shaded, although a little bit of a walk to the restrooms.
I would highly recommend bring bikes if you can. There is a nice bike trail. We didn't hit the hiking trails, but they were available. It was very quiet. We normally camp at Caesar Creek, and we were a little disappointed that there was not a camping beach available, since that's one of our favorite things to do. The beach and water recreation area are a long drive away, which made it more trouble than it was worth.
If you're looking for quiet, beautiful setting, this is the place. If you have a boat, it's nice large lake. If you're looking to be entertained, this may not be the spot for you.
Camp sites are all blacktop, level, and clean. Nice bath houses, and playgrounds. Some trails but not a lot else to see. Close to food and shopping areas. We stayed in 69 and 70. C loop is all nice.
Park was nice and very clean. Much larger than expected. All off the other campers were very nice. I was a bit shocked to have 50 amp hookup, but no water. No sewer either, but wasn't shocked by that. Just never been anywhere that had pwr but no water. Stayed 2 nights. Shower house was clean, but ran out of hot water long before we tried it. We will definitely go back, with our water tank full!
Our favorite campsite for the outskirts of Cincinnati. Lots of great spots available! You can get to the lake in about a 15 minute drive.
Very friendly and helpful at the entrance. I had never been here but the woman answered all of my questions.
Almost $30 for tent/truck camping but comes with electric hookup.