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17 RV Parks near Beach City, Ohio
We did however find 17 campgrounds within 25 miles of Beach City. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Beach City in the left hand column.
Sep 2017 - $40.00
Stayed here in a 40' MH - site was really long and easily held the MH and tow car. Thankfully we there after the water park closed for the season, otherwise we would have been somewhere else. - denvercats
Aug 2017 - $35.00
This is a large water park. The number of things for children to do is amazing. I looked at the park calendar to find a time when the water park was closed because of school yet the campground was open. The gravel site was level. Local OTA channels were poor. Water and electric was good. Picnic table and fire pit. There are easily accessible two dump stations. Several pipeline workers staying temporarily. FHU sites are placed right next to busy road. W&E area very quiet when water park closed. Very nice walking path in the woods. Gravel interior roads easy to navigate. Park staff (owner?) lives onsite and were very pleasant and helpful. I would stay here again if the water park was closed as I do not travel with children. - SunStar203
Sep 2016 - $40.00
We picked up our new 5th wheel nearby and they gave us a huge pull through site so that we had room for our rig, truck and U-Haul. We stayed for 3 days. Sites on the hill (50 and up) are best for big rigs, but all sites are nice, graveled, level with large area of grass in between. The water park and campground close the last week of August which was perfect for us. We rode our bikes all over the farm, ran our dogs and enjoyed the company of only a few other rigs. All buildings and grounds were clean and well kept. It is on the edge of the Amish country so be careful to share the road with the carriages and people walking. - Traveler Anne
Apr 2018 - $29.00
Nothing special about this CG. Several construction workers stayed on site, but they really didn't other campers. The RR were clean, however, the construction workers left their shower equipment in the stalls. Road noise during the day, but quiet after dark. We visited the entire county, so CG was centrally located. Shady site, but weather was not a factor. - Dennis D
Aug 2017 - $29.00
I have camped here several times over ten or so years. The owners are wonderful, but the overall "feel" of the campground has changed for the worse. The grass in many areas has not been mowed and you can really tell it around some of the many long-term campers. Lots of trucks parked in areas by construction workers make navigating the already tight roads difficult. I am sorry to see this change, but this will probably be my last visit to this campground. - BuckeyeTravels
Jun 2017 - $29.00
As others have said owners are very nice and campground is clean. If you have a smaller rig this place will work for you. If your RV is more than about 27 feet, I do not recommend it. There are a couple longer sites but those were always filled. Even with a 27 ft RV, most sited have no place for your tow vehicle to park. The down sides here are the small sites that are close to each other. Almost no real place to even sit outside in a chair. There are many long term folks here that use the open "gray water" drains. Judging by the odor and closeness of the drains, I surmise they are draining more than gray water. Yes, there is free fire wood and raised fire rings but they are so close to other campers it would be a risk and very inconsiderate to have a fire as smoke would be all over your neighbor and probably you too. The driveway in and out is steep and only wide enough for one vehicle to go thru at a time. If someone is coming out you will have to back out onto a busy state route to let them out. Also, seasonal campers are allowed to park their tow vehicles face in towards their RV in the main drive where the dump station, again, creating a one lane situation. If someone is dumping, no one can go in or out because of this. It didn't rain during our stay but if it did, part of your site will be muddy. I would stay elsewhere next time we are in the area. - Wyoming Wanderers
Aug 2019 - $56.00
We camp here several times a year. Close to Ohio's Amish country, nice walking track added this year and golf-putting area. Pet friendly, paved roads, nice pool and gorgeous rock Jacuzzi. Always friendly and the grandkids love this place! - Jan from Ohio
Aug 2019 - $56.00
We stayed for 5 days. Location is easy to find and it's easy to navigate a big rig in the park. The park is very clean and well manicured, but for being in the country the sites are too close together. Cable was very good. Utilities are uphill from your RV which is not ideal for emptying you tanks. I found the WiFi to be worthless. Weekends are very noisy with children running wild and dogs barking. I do not recommend Evergreen if you intend to have guests visit you. They charge $4 a day for simply having someone visit you in your RV. I won't stay again. - FSUWizard
Jul 2019 - $55.00
Very nice campground. Gated community with a nice pool that is indoor but roof and doors open for beeeze making it partially outdoor. The sites are nice and fairly spacious. Not a lot of trees or shade in the campground. Nice amenities and plenty to do for the kids. I will say there is an Amish Lady in blue dress driving around on golf cart that may be a little over the top with rules. Our carpet was 6 inches in grass and she made us move it and I saw here enforcing some small silly stuff. I appreciate keeping a place nice but chill a little. But It's close to home for us but we will return. - wesmac68
Sep 2019 - $48.00
Lovely park and very nice place to overnight! We stayed an extra day to relax. Lots of amenities and very nice staff. - DeanaB
Jul 2017 - $48.00
Older park, mostly uphill, not easy to park, problematic during rains. Deluxe patio site next to sewer field!! Pool not close to campground but clean. Restrooms next to pool terrible. Restrooms and washer/dryer next to office dated. - Roadkraut
Jul 2016 - $83.00
I guess when you are the only game in town, you can soak folks. On top of the pricey rate they charge extra for kids. $93.00 a night in the sticks is criminal. And for that you can tote your own rubbish, as they don't pick it up. They don't escort you to your site and the "store" is the most dismal excuse for a camp store. It's even dusty.
On the plus side they have good directional signage off I-77.
We had a lovely site. But as the case, a little too close. These patio sites are nice, but have a grand view of A HUGE regional landfill. The buzzards circled several times. There had to be 50 to 100 buzzards in the air.
Then there is the air. Don't know if it's there septic system or the landfill. It stunk so bad we could not enjoy the outside facilities.
The design separates seasonal and over night guest. It a pretty good design. The mini golf looks (we did not play) among the best.
A nice KOA. But the Keep on Adding on, kills the deal. - wdw
Sites: 66 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 21 Reviews
Sep 2019 - $38.00
They started with us in a tent space because of availability and they said that there was plenty of room. We squeezed in but that was all the room that we had. Thankfully they had a cancelation and we moved to the regular spaces. There is a nice trail to walk the dog and enjoy the countryside. Small play set for the kids but not much else to do on site. Central location to Amish Country. We would definitely stay again. - CowboyLyon
Oct 2018 - $36.00
Park was very full and had to settle for a back-in site which was very adequate. Nice and helpful young woman at check-in. Our "faithful" GPS took us on a wonderful, if a bit convoluted, route to get there through the Amish countryside. The only complaint about the park was the not so great (to put it mildly) water. Unfortunately, we took on a full tank of it and suffered through drinking it for the next few days (even using it for tea didn't cover up the taste). Maybe it's just a matter of us being used to a different type of water at home (in Colorado). That said, it was a great experience and we'd gladly stay here again. - LatLongJohn
Jun 2018 - $38.00
This is a great, up & coming cg. Very clean and well maintained. While very basic right now, the new owner is seeing his second season and has plans to plant trees, install a pool, and other amenities. This cg is located in the heart of Amish country so you need to be very careful on the road for buggies, bikes, and farm equipment. The ladies that checked us in were baking cookies and graciously gave us 2. That set this visit off on the right foot!! One M&M and the other peanut butter. Yum! Great walking around the cg and out to the main road which is about a half mile down a gravel road. Would definitely stay again. - FT Travelers3
Oct 2019 - $35.00
Our go to place since mid 2000 as we enjoy visiting the Holmes County Amish area. Owners live on site, park well maintained. - Stephi
Sep 2019 - $34.00
Very nice large spaces, fire pit and wood provided at each lot, great location for Amish Country shopping, very nice people, they gave us some good recommendation for places to eat and visit in the area. - LTC & MS
Aug 2019 - $35.00
One of the nicest parks that we have experienced. We will try to stay here every time we are in OH Amish country. Very clean. All sites are full hook up--no bath facilities are provided. Very well maintained grass with enough space between sites for fires. They provide free hardwood scraps for fires. There is one area with no grass, but two others with nice grass between site. - LenR
Oct 2018 - $42.00
Clay's resort was the only RV park in the Canton area that we could find a parking site for the full month we planned to stay. All the other parks we checked had no sites over the weekends, which are booked all the way through when they close after Halloween. Clay's Park was the most expensive ($41.66 per night, no discounts)), did not include sewer, WiFi or cable TV. The addition of sewer would have been an additional $1000!! But pump outs twice a week were only $165 a week. We pulled into the park using the OH 93 entrance. When we arrived, we were met at the entrance gate by the staff that rudely told us to pull forward but not to block anyone. With a 61-foot long combination (Trailer and truck) and no place to pull off the road, that was impossible, but the young lady did not understand. When we checked in, the same young lady handed us the package from the mail forwarding service that we had arrange to be sent ahead and told him this one was a special case and that they would not accept any more packages. There is no such restriction explained on the website, nor was anything said during the reservation call. She suggested we should go down the road and get a PO box, any packages received would be sent back. Not a very friendly reception. We received plastic bracelets we were told we had to wear whenever we were in the park! We also found out that any visitors we had, even though they were just coming to visit us and not use any of the parks other attractions, would be charged $17 for a day!!! They did not provide an escort to our site. The park is huge and the sites are not marked very clearly. Once off the main entrance/exit roads, the roads are gravel or broken pavement, lots of potholes, washed out and very narrow with many speed bumps. - BBGuy
Mar 2018 - $50.00
Huge park with high percentage of permanent residents. Local schools, businesses and organizations bus kids for picnics and day use of park's water park, which is very nice but crowded. Escorted to site, which is necessary if you've never been here before. Due to size and use of park by non-campers it is noisy and rules are not consistently enforced. Site had drainage ruts, severe incline made it impossible to get level. We stayed so our grands could enjoy the swimming pools and water park. Snack bar was large and expensive. - Movgfwd
Jul 2017 - $70.00
When we reserved we were told that the rate would be $51/night for a primative site (no electricity, no water, no table). Since there was no other camping nearby, we agreed. Upon arrival we were charged $70/night for two nights (two night minimum apparently). After being escorted to our site (which was nice, by the way) we discovered that although we had been told that no electric sites were available, there were a bunch on the other side of the roar. A campground host agreed to let us move to an electric site on the other side of the road. Anyway long story short-- massively overpriced if only camping and not using the waterpark but good customer service. - Vanman
Aug 2019 - $40.00
We use this Campground as a hub for traveling/shopping the the world's largest concentration of Amish folks! Really nice people. Grounds are clean and trimmed. Pets are strictly monitored! Volleyball, basketball, corn hole, dog path on the end of park, easy to maneuver even a longer rig, quiet (mostly). - oldtrojan66
Aug 2019 - $23.00
Spent a month here (monthly rate) and found it to be the nicest park I have found in a year of full timing across 13 states. Pristine park in picturesque setting in largest Amish area in the US. in addition to immaculately clean restroom facilities, the showers are actually several shower rooms, complete with locking doors, and separate dressing areas with vanities. The WIFI is the best I have encountered anywhere, enabling both constant internet and TV streaming. And the management (owner) is accommodating, accessible, and very nice. Plan to make this a regular summer destination. - Mike Gross
Jun 2019 - $34.00
fairly new park, yet most sites are not level. The first site we were in had 15" of slope. The second site had 8" and we found a sweet spot that got us to 4.5" of slope. They also put drainage ditches at an angle across the row roads which shakes any RV at any speed. The utilities worked well. For motorhomes the flatter sites are at the bottom of the park, nearest highway 62. The highway tends to quiet down at night. Satellite worked well but if you get near top of park you might have an issue. Great area for exploring Amish country and rail trails. - sheltieRV
Aug 2016 - $39.00
There is no selection for my camper. It is an A-liner popup.
This park is very uphill. This means a fantastic view of the lake and surrounding hills. The flip side of this is a lot of exercise, some strenuous if you don't have some kind of transportation outside of your TV. There are of course gulf carts available for a fee.
If you don't want to cook you can go to the concession stand. Decent food reasonable prices. Loud music to go with that. Friendly staff too.
You may have noticed the comments about the tight turns. They are true, the camp provides assistance. We were guided by one of the staff who said he was one of the owners and he was very helpful.
One thing don't forget;
Silly me forgot to mention to the check in girl that we were G.S. card holders which would have reduced the cost of the campsite cost 10% This was the only thing that I would wish they might instruct their staff to ask as a small courtesy. - NanCas
Aug 2016 - $38.00
This is a well run park with many activities available. The main downfall for larger units are the narrow roads and steep hills. Much of this park is built on the side of a hill and the narrow roads and tight turns make for a harrowing experience. Once at our site we had a lovely, large and paved pull-thru with a beautiful view. We were in a 39ft motorhome and towing. We had just inches to spare on the turns and we would not recommend any thing larger. In fact, we would not try it again. Our other complaint was the wi-fi, which is offered through an outside vendor for a fee. We were never able to get connected and finally received our money back. For those with smaller units, this is a very nice park. Because of the turns and steep hills, we would not stay here again. - atwig
Jul 2016 - $40.00
BAD experience. We entered the park and our first thought was beautiful place. We went to register and that's when the good thoughts stopped. They informed us we would have to unload our car before going up to our "PULL-THRU" spot because we couldn't fit it around the corners even though our RV was only 34 feet long towing a mini cooper on a dolly. Something that might have been mentioned when we booked our site. They didn't have a spot to pull over and unhook the car so there we were doing it in the main thoroughfare while other cars were trying to come in. Then they escorted us up to our "PULL-THRU" and made us pull up to the far side so that a tent camper could use the back portion of the site the next day. Now the hose wouldn't reach the hook-up. We let their management know this and said that the spigot was to be shared with the tent they sent someone up with an extension hose so it could reach the back of our RV. As he hands it to us, he tells us we should probably be storing water in our tanks because often on the weekends when they have a lot of people, they run out of water (LOVELY). We looked on the internet at reviews of this place and sure enough people had complained about them running out of water. Can you imagine? We then turned on our water and the pressure was almost nonexistent. We took our dogs for a short walk and there was hardly anywhere we could walk them. Not a dog friendly place at all. We started adding up the negatives about this place and decided to leave early especially because a Volley Ball tournament was scheduled on Saturday, our departure date, and the manager said we would be hard pressed to find a spot to hook the car up again because of the traffic jams foreseen. We told them about the problems and they just shrugged their shoulders and said: "Sorry." Totally not concerned we were unhappy in the slightest and wouldn't give us our money back. - HurricanTraveler