Campground itself is very well taken care of although some of the sites were not very clear as to where you needed to pull in (note sites 190-194). The bathrooms and shower houses were somewhat clean, but not taken care of from a maintenance standpoint and not heated. We chose not to shower at this facility, so therefore have no idea if the water was hot. The showers were poorly lit and a few had walls covered in mold and mildew, as well as no heat making taking a shower when it was below 50 degrees, not a pleasant thought. The staff was friendly, but we didn't see them much because it was still off season. At one point we were the only camper in the entire park. The roads are gravel and although they were well taken care of, they had not trimmed the trees. We have a very large camper making it impossible not to hit the branches and put scratches down our rig.
We have stayed her 2 times and would return. We are season pass holders to Kings Island and this is a perfect place to stay while we visit the park. There is a small pool and a small playground. This park is pretty quiet and we feel comfortable letting our kids ride around on their bikes and playing at the playground. Sites and roads are gravel. Some have a paved patio pad. Most sites are shaded. Showers and bathrooms were very clean. There is a separate area in the women's bath, separate from the sinks and with extra outlets and a large mirror and shelf to utilize. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They provide an escort to take you to your site and help you back in. We only give this a 9 because the playground could be much better.
This is a member's only park, but you are allowed to camp here 3 times at a nightly rate to try it out. We did get a great deal, we just had to listen to a sales pitch which wasn't that bad. We camped here in early April so the indoor pool was well worth the trip for our kids. Play ground and mini-golf was okay, nothing spectacular. Campsites were level and gravel and spaced far enough from your neighbor. Staff was very helpful and friendly. We were the only people there at the time so it was extremely quiet. Their trails are fun and there is a couple of waterfalls to explore off the beaten path. This resort has much to offer if you are willing to pay the membership fees.
Only 49 RV sites, but at least 100 or more primitive tent sites available. Our site was electric/RV only. Basically a parking lot with campers parallel parked. Not easy an easy set up. There are only 4, very dirty showers for the entire camp ground and located in the full hook-up section. Water would be cold, then scalding, then cold and only stay on for about 15 seconds at a time. This is a very poorly planned park. The only dump station is located in the full hook up section, not near the exit, and it was full when we got there. Also, only two small dumpsters, which were also full and not conveniently located. There is a camp store in the check-in station with very little to offer. All in all, we will not return or recommend this campground.