Standard (tent/RV)
Cabins
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Dispersed
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RV Sites
Tent Sites
Yurts
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Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Delaware State Park

This recreation area is part of Delaware Lake

Operator
State
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Location
Delaware State Park is located in Ohio
Latitude
40.3943 N
Longitude
-83.061 W
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19 Reviews of Delaware State Park
Love!!

this is probably our favourite state park we have been to thus far. we went camping early October in tents. it was cold but it was so much fun. The best thing about this campground is the fact that all the sites have privacy. There are nice trails to walk and the bathrooms are the best I’ve seen at a campground.

Lots of shade and mosquitoes

We stayed in site 174 on the farthest loop from the entrance. This site provided full shade all day long. The pad was pretty even so not a lot of leveling to do for our a-frame camper. The pad was easy to back in to and we had plenty of room to pull our truck forward. The site has 30 amp and 50 amp and our 30 amp was not working. We notified the park staff and they responded quickly to come out and fix it. The site had a great fire ring and lots of space for chairs, an ez-up, pop-up bathroom tent off to the side and it probably could have held 1-2 tents. There were trees close enough to set up 1-2 hammocks as well. The park staff came out it seemed to be every 3 hours to spray the water fountain in the middle of the turn around. There is a showerhouse in the middle of the loop, not a far walk or you could drive as there were a few parking spots nearby. The showerhouse had plenty of flush toilets and sinks. There were three showers that had doors, but it was just one space and no bench inside your stall. There were plenty of hooks, but you could get your items wet if you weren't careful. There is a bench outside of your stall and there is a curtain that separates you from the toilets and sinks. Not the greatest changing area if you are shy. You could tell it was the weekend as the bathrooms were a little messy, but I've seen way worse. There are also two dumpsters outside the showerhouse for trash. Watch out for the masked bandits (raccoons). They were not shy at all and we had to chase them off from our campsite. Do not leave out any food or trash, they will get into it. There are lots of trails (we found a lot of mushrooms!), a beach, playgrounds and a frisbee golf course. The mosquitoes were really bad this weekend, but we had been there last year and didn't have any issues.

Wooded Sites

Lots of hiking here and the trails are nice and marked well. The sites are large but can be damp if it’s rained. Beach, marina, disc golf course are all really nice. We always stop for ice cream in the marina office!

Great Family Campground

There is a lot of campsites & very family-friendly. They’ve been upgrading the bathrooms. Open throughout the winter. There are a lot of trails nearby and the lake. A lot of trash around our campsite the first time we went. It seemed a lot cleaner the next time. Great fishing pond on the campground as well. Beach for swimming. Plenty of areas to kayak/canoe. A lot of public hunting areas near there as well. During the winter only a select amount of sites are available. This place fills up fast during the summer months.

Love this park

Great state park to camp in to get away but still be near Columbus and some great things to do in central Ohio. We've camped here a couple of times and the campsite are always clean and the showers are spotless. Yes in the summer it can fill up pretty quick but during the week there are plenty of sites open. As have been mentioned boating opportunities, a free archery range, and plenty of trails to hike. The staff has always been great and helpful to answer questions. We'll be back, this is one of our go to parks.

Surrounded by trees

We stayed at site 175. It had a great long pad that sat back in trees. The sitting area was behind our camper also surrounded by trees. We saw a ton of birds and took a 7-mile hike around the park. Bathrooms were flush and the showers were okay in our area. I noticed another area had updated family bathrooms for the whole area. Included in this park is a tornado shelter. We also saw the naturalist driving around and stopping to talk with kids and did a small craft with them. Some sites are better than others and noticed some flooded. We loved it and plan on going back.

Very clean and spaced apart

Awesome very pretty nature scenery

Hidden treasure

This campsite is the destination for a relaxing weekend of camping with friends and family. There are hundreds of sites (RV and tent camping). The facilities were clean and well maintained. It’s an added bonus to have a frisbee golf course in the park!

March trip

Lots of down trees throughout the park. Right now they’re available for anyone to come take & use. Some trash around the RV site. Otherwise a pretty quiet spot.

Good hunting areas for pheasants.

Great pheasant hunting.