This campground is located in Mt Gilead Ohio off route 61. It is very clean and well kept. There are tons of activities for children and a very nice camp store. They have a small swimming pool and a lake with water slides, wibit, and paddle boats. They offer crafts and other daily activities.
This is a quiet campground near Lake Erie. The campground seems like it’s mainly seasonal but they did have some transient camping and tent sites. We stayed at site 156. The site was large with a large grassy area right on the lagoon. There was a large flock of geese that stayed near the lagoon which meant goose poop around our site. It was also very buggy in the evenings. The electric is 50 amp. They have connectors you can use for a $25 deposit and then get your money back when you return the cord. They accept check and cash, no credit cards. The roads are paved and they have a nice outdoor pool, small playground, and small miniature golf course.
This campground was previously known as the Stagecoach. It recently became a Jellystone. It is clean with friendly staff. We stayed during the week so it wasn’t as busy and they didn’t have as many activities. It is gravel and has an outdoor pool. They also have a stocked pond, gem mining, and Gaga ball. The camp store is nice and they also have a snack bar.
We stayed here the week after Memorial Day so there were empty sites. Our site was shaded with a large grassy area behind it. My kids enjoyed riding their bikes and liked the camp store which served ice cream. Some sections of sites have no shade. We stayed in the B section and those sites had nice shade. The shower house was nice.
We camped here off season and really enjoyed it. Our site was on a cul de sac and was close to the pool. The sites and road were gravel. They have an indoor pool, stocked fishing pond, and an indoor clubhouse with a pool table. The sites next to us were empty but the way it was set up, the site next to us would have had an rv angled right behind us. Our site was wooded with nice shade.
We camped here off season and had the place to ourselves. We had a pull through site which was gravel. The staff is friendly and the indoor pool and shower houses were amazing. The sites seemed a little small so it might feel crowded during peak season.
My husband and I camped here last week without kids. We stayed at site 10. The campground was quiet and peaceful. Our site was a concrete pad and our grassy area was on a hill. It is dog friendly and the shower house was clean. They also have laundry available. Our kids would have been bored but if you’re looking for quiet, this is a great place.