Our Sauder Village Campground is a beautiful respite in the heart of rural, Northwest Ohio. Only a brief stroll from the Historic Village, great shopping, bakery, inn and restaurant, you'll find our 87-site campground featuring many amenities.
Very nice, family oriented, quite and reasonably priced, lots of stuff to do with in sauders village.
We stayed here over Labor Day weekend, but didn’t feel crowded even though all the sites were full. The sites are spacious. But note the pull throughs only have electric, no water or sewer. They do have a place to get water onsite which is what we did. We also loved all the kid friendly activities. They had a playground and splash pad. The bathrooms were also a plus. They were very clean and we used the shower a couple times. The WiFi was also a plus - it was fast and we rarely had any issues. Would recommend. Sauder village is right beside the campground which would be a fun activity but we didn’t end up going in.
This was a great campground. VERY clean, nice bathrooms with showers. Ice and Wood easily available. We stayed with four kiddos in a tent spot across from a cool plash pad, a little lake to fish in and close to running water. Only reason this campground doesn’t get five stars is because of noisy trucks/highway noise, and a freight train which drives often at night. There is also a farm near the tenting spots with a rooster. Not the best place for sleeping, but would totally go back!
This is a great, quiet family campground. The fenced in splash pad was our main draw. However the hotel is awesome and campers are allowed usage of their pool and game room. The old fashioned village is a step back in time and shows blacksmithing, tinsmithing, broom making, farming, etc. They often have theme weekends and special ticket pricing thru Groupon. Their bakery is awesome too.
Really enjoyed this campground for the short amount of time we were in the area visiting family The park and facilities were very clean, sites were well-spaced, there is a nice walking/biking trail, and had full hook-ups. This campground is associated with Historic Sauder Village – a living history destination in northern Ohio. (You can get discount admission to the village if you stay in the campground.) The campground filled up on the weekend but emptied out on Sunday. The RV sites are long, level, and have either 50 amp full hook-up or water and electric only. Tent sites are scattered along the pond which made for a nice view; except, the ridiculous number of geese meant there was poop everywhere along the shoreline and throughout the tent section. Staff does haze the geese but it was not enough to keep them away during the afternoon.
A fee is charged to enter the historic village or you can ask for a “shoppers pass” and visit the stores inside the village. Located on the grounds (and within walking distance of the campground) is a restaurant, bakery, gift shop and hotel (which has an indoor pool, hot tub, and game room campers are allowed to use). The restrooms, laundry, and showers were very clean and relatively new. Other amenities include basketball, shuffleboard, horse shoes, splash pad, volleyball, corn holes, lake for fishing, and free WiFi. There are a couple of covered group picnic areas available for anyone to use which is nice if you have a big group wanting to get together.
The campground is about four miles south of the Ohio Turnpike (I-80/90) which is pretty convenient if you are just passing through and looking for a place to stay overnight. The town of Archbold is pretty small but does have a decent grocery and restaurants. The nearby town of Bryan is larger and has a really funky brewery/restaurant housed an old church (Father Johns).