We are exploring Ohio for a couple of weeks and decided to do a week at Wally World since we are TRA members. It’s not a huge campground, but it’s well maintained. The store is nice, the sites are pretty level, the pool is decent, and the staff here are pleasant. The campground itself is nestled in the bend of the Mohican river, so most sites have a river view even if you aren’t on a Riverside site. Only downside is most of the sites don’t have a sewer hookup so make sure to bring a portable tank if you are staying for more than a couple of days.
Getting here proved to be tricky, as it seems all of the GPS apps and my Garmin routed us on a county road that is not fit for RVs of any type. To find this place, search for 1 Wally Bridge, Loudonville, OH and then follow Wally Road a few miles to the campground. Do note the bridge you need to cross has a weight limit of 10 tons, so larger rigs will need to come up Wally Road from the south. If your GPS says to take ANY township roads, just don’t. They are not paved, steep, and/or have sharp turns.
The campground is about 10 mins from Loudonville, and it’s a nice little town with a couple of good places to eat. If you need groceries, the IGA is a great place to go. It’s a small store, but we’ll stocked with good meats, vegetables, and most things you’d need. They even bagged our groceries AND loaded them into our car!