This has been our favorite park, and still is, but with some reservations. Park no longer enforces 10MPH within the park. Parents allow kids to run without much supervision, especially during halloween 2 month camping. After labor day campers come in and park until halloween week-end. Park was packed. Teenagers almost ran down child and adults while "cruising." LOTS of traffic during week-end. Halloween decorations are something else! Management seems afraid to enforce rules for fear of making someone mad. They don't seem to realize having and enforcing good rules makes for a safer and more enjoyable camping experience. People did not pick up after pets. Soda cans and candy paper not placed in trash cans. It all comes down to "pride" in campers attitude. Some got it, some don't. Even with all this, we will return(just not during halloween).
We stayed overnight at this campground in route to Michigan. The grounds were well manicured and very green. The showers were very small and not real clean and poorly lit. There were only two in the ladies room. There was a shower for the handicapped but it was out of order. Couldn't use the pool because it turned off very cold. All sites were back in on asphalt with a gravel patio area where you also parked your car. The water hookup was strange. There were dual connections at the door side of our RV. I had never seen that before. We did see the buffalo herd and saw where Lewis and Clark dug up prehistoric bones. This park is way off the beaten path!
We stayed at this campground while at a bowling tournament. Site we were given was in the woods and had not grass, gravel nor pad. Rained everyday we were there. As with all KOAs there was a charge for everything but the playground. There was a large field for walking the dog, however, not everyone picked up after their pet. The staff was friendly. If you have to be in the area it's a good base camp.
Called for reservation while in route. Gentleman on phone said reservations not necessary. Wrong! Upon arrival staff was apologetic and very nice and tried very hard to find a space large enough for us (38') for the 4 nights. Found one for 3 nights and then had to move to a different site (didn't mind). We had car trouble and were unsure if we would be able to leave on time and campground reserved our site for one extra night just in case we had to stay. Staff was very helpful and friendly. We would definitely stay here again and again.
If touring Amish Country (Holmes County) this is a very good base camp. Two acre spring fed water park included. Grounds well kept. Did not use bathhouse so can't comment. Has about 9 pull thrus with sewer. We would stay here again.