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Date of Stay:
June, 2016 -
The park is very clean and manicured, but the buildings are in pretty rough shape.
Maybe I got spoiled by the parks I camped in down south, but I was really surprised at how small and close the spots were, and how little seclusion they had. My spot was so short I *had* to unhitch and park the truck sideways at the mouth of the pad (and my trailer is under 28').
The pad itself is *very* narrow and, sloped steeply to the back and a little to the right. I'm lucky my wheel chocks finally grabbed because the trailer slid back almost two inches after I unhitched.
You can tell they tried to renovate the buildings a decade or so ago, but the maintenance since then has been sloppy at best. In the bathroom the metal doors are rusted and missing handles, and the concrete at the showers is starting to fall apart. When they repainted they didn't care if they slopped paint all over the place.
I got 30 amp service, and they had dump stations, but there is no obvious source of drinkable water. Cell service was fine, but there is no wifi or other amenities.
The campground wasn't expensive, so I can't complain too much. There is plenty to do at Caesar Creek, and lots of attractions are nearby, so maybe you won't be spending a lot of time at the campground. We camped at Caesar Creek State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Wilmington is just a couple of miles away. Yellow Springs is in driving distance, and that is a very interesting place (like time traveling back to my hippy days)