Had a good time here with family. Place was straight out of a movie with a mini golf, arcade and small pool. Camp store had a little bit of everything. Campsites in the woods are a bit close and on a slight incline. I would go back. Located perfectly to get to multiple places of hocking hills.
Older campgrounds with a lot of things to do. Put put golf and a fun small arcade, although dated, were great for down times inbetween hikes. The pool was a little bit too dirty for me but the kid liked it enough to cool down in. Showers and bath house were relatively clean. A lot of campers, which makes it harder to keep up with during the day but its always mopped and ready the next morning! Camp shop had a little bit of just about everything you forgot to pack. Workers were ALL super friendly and helpful. We stayed in the shaded walk in sites. Very few of these were level. 125, 120 and 138 looked like better spots than 121(our site). If you want shade, these are the spots to be, all other primitive sites are really out in the open with little cover. Beware of parking down there if its raining or you expect rain. There were a lot of people, from cars to trucks, that got stuck down that little hill and had to be towed out! Unpack on the gravel drive and park up the hill would be my suggestion in cases of rain. The water spigots were well, of course, but you better let it run for a long bit! I've never seen such brown water at camp. This place needs some upgrades and a little attention here and there but it was a fun place that I would recommend if the state park is full up and you are lookin for a place near by!
We have returned to this camp ground four times! Everything is quite outdated especially the park and mini golf. With that said it was a great time. It has mini golf, a pool, park and small game room which is awesome for camping with kids. It offers rustic cabins for those that dont tent camp or have a rv. On this particular trip it was chilly and we were staying with small children so we went the rustic cabin route. There's a small pond for fishing and a church from the 1800s and all together a beautiful place to walk around. The best part is you can walk to ash cave from your campsite! There is a connecting trail right at the front of the campground. It was a fairly simple hike too.
What a nice campground. Pool, cabins, things for the kids, beautiful hiking trails and waterfalls.
Clean, friendly groundskeepers, family friendly
The location was great. Right near Ash Cave and Cedar Falls with easy access to main highways.
Check-in process was fine, but the attendant was short with our group and failed to mention they have WiFi at the campground office. Zero cell service in the entire Hocking Hills park so that would have been great to know.
They failed to enforce the 11 pm - 8 am quite hours. Could hear people talking and playing loud music into the night. The showers were also pretty dirty.
If you're looking for a good rustic camping experience this is not the place for you. There was a dirty pool and pond with a run-down putt course and a few pool tables.
I would not stay here again.