Brannon M.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 27, 2020

Busy, but not too bad :)

Stayed a night here near the end of June after a rainstorm. A few quick highlights:

  1. Because there are a ton of sites, you can expect one thing: variety. There are plenty of aluminum Airstream, Winnebago, fifth wheels, pull behind, and tents. You can expect to find a little bit of everything here.

  2. If you’re looking for peace and quiet, Mill Creek might not be for you. Most of the sites seem to be typically pretty packed. Generally, people respect quiet hours, but with sites so close to each other, noise is a factor.

  3. The surrounding area seems to be pretty spartan. There’s a grocery store about 10 minutes up the road, a bait shop about three minutes away, and a drive-through (with some light groceries and drinks) about two away. Nice enough folks in all three :) Super helpful and accommodating.

  4. Berlin lake seems to be the big draw. Plenty of boats, jet ski‘s, kayaks, and swimming opportunities. If that’s your thing, plan accordingly and you won’t be disappointed.

Overall, Mill Creek is a pretty solid site within driving distance of Akron / Canton. I’ll be back, with adjusted expectations.

Quick tip: My particular site was pretty muddy upon arrival. Granted, that was after a bit of rain. But it wouldn’t hurt to bring an extra pair of shoes ;-)

  • Shower facility in Aspen Campground
  • Aspen Site 73. Great, wooded shady spot
  • The playground near the end of the Aspen area
  • Beautiful wildflowers in June!
  • Time to get the fire going, relax in the Viking chair, and crack the spine of a good book :-)
  • Beautiful sunlight through the trees
  • An overview of the campgrounds (provided as you check in)
  • Some campsites have easy access to the lake.
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  • Quick scan of site 73 (Aspen Campground)
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  • Quick scan of the Buckeye Campground
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