This is an amazing place. I felt like I had arrived at a cult gathering. Lots of kids on bikes and families having fun. Sounded like live music after dark accompanied by whooping and hollering and people having fun. I hiked with my dogs before leaving and got lost for awhile. The place is big. Did not go into shower or any Other facility. This is a certain kind of place but not for me. Sites on top of each other.
We called last minute and it was on a 1st come, we hit the road quick. Great Lake close to rafting on Mohican river. The lady across from site 188 was a bit crazy however manageable! She called us weekenders lol she was a permanent. Park is doing a ton of remolding looks to be mostly seasonal sites…we didn’t care.
We have been going to Pleasant Hill for weekend camping for the last 10 years. They have recently put a lot of money in upgrading their campground. There are many seasonal sites but plenty of transient as well. Very large park with plenty of room for hikes, bike rides and walks. The lake is an all sport lake so there is fishing, tubing, jet skis and kayaking. The marina has boat rentals available. And since it is in the Mohican area, there is more hiking and activities in the state forest. The staff is always very friendly and helpful. We have stayed mostly in area E and the new F side of the campground. The new F sites have concrete pads and plenty of space. Only lacking in mature trees to offer shade. The shower house there is new and clean, offers a laundry facility, but lacks ventilation. Area E has plenty of room and mature trees, but are electric only and the shower house is older. Both have easy access to the docks and lake. The new cabin area is amazing! There are two basketball courts on either side of the park and a few playgrounds. Overall great camping.
We arrived Friday late afternoon and set up in the rain. Didn’t see much of the park on Friday, but Saturday we went exploring and saw the marina, beach, horse camp area, and walked some of the bridle trails. They also have playgrounds that are open and some food trucks in case you don’t want to cook.
This is the second park we have stayed at that is part of the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District and so far I am impressed. Large landscape sites that are full hookup with large concrete pads. Each with its own picnic table and fire pit. They also have a boat dock for the campers to use. The lightning bugs even put on a nightly show.
This has become our favorite place to camp. Friendly staff, clean property, beautiful lake and beach. Even the picnic tables are top notch. Can't wait to go back again and possibly become a season camper
Fun times during Covid-19 on Memorial Day Weekend. The bike/walking paths for kids/adults is a great addition for campers with young kids. The shower houses are clean as well as the grounds. The lake was high this weekend and the beach was a bit under water, but still fun. The boats and sounds of summer with children laughing and splashing while adults sit on the sand. Easy access in and out of the campgrounds as well as the sites. Sites were decent size and the new section has very little shade. Great place and can't wait to go back!
Big campground. Boat docking is available. I just love love the beach lake. Great entertainment too. New shower houses by the beach. Great staff. Very friendly and helpful.
A large campground with a lot of unrealized potential. 5 camp areas, but only 2 have shower houses and flush toilets. Well over half of the camper sites are "seasonal," and some of those folks seem to resent transient campers. The shower houses are ok. Not good. Just ok. When there are only 3 shower stalls, it's pretty important that they all work. Honestly, within the same area is Mohican State Park. Most campers would be better off tho book there!