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17 RV Parks near Conover, Ohio
We did however find 17 campgrounds within 25 miles of Conover. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Conover in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $24.00
Been a couple years I think since I last posted about this campground. This year they added 10 paved 50 amp Pull throughs. Most of these are 100' long sites with plenty of room for rv and toad or Pull vehicle. These 10 electric sites were added over the 2017 winter and were available for use this year. So in total there are now 20 electric sites. The other 10 electric sites are older and tighter and short. The lake is still plagued by lily pads around the edges but dredging is suppose to be on the schedule. The naturalist does a great job with the kids with all kinds of projects. If you are from out of state, there is no access fees like many states charge. If you are from Ohio and have a golden buckeye card for being 60 you can get 50% off during the week if you reserve on line. - knightab
Aug 2016 - $23.00
There are only 10 hookup sites, all pull through. All have 50 amp, no water, no sewer available. They fill up quick in the summer months so you need to reserve as soon as you know you are coming.
Lake is within walking distance at about 150 yards but there are lots of lily pads along the east shore. Limited ranger patrol as this is a small lake and they work out of Springfield. The local Game Warden does patrol as well. Now the Watercraft division is seen pretty regular.
Pit toilets only no showers. Dump station with potable water is available.
Good clean power.
Fishing is popular but can be tough fishing, large strippers have been caught here. Osprey are often seen diving for fish along with lots of deer and Blue Heron.
There are no motors: electric or gas allowed on the lake. It is a nice scenic lake to canoe, kayak or take a row boat out on, along with sail boats. Boats are available for rent at the marina and bait store. Lake is 2.5 miles long. You can leisurely kayak around the shore in about 3 hours. - knightab
Sep 2014 - $22.00
Super nice campground, so quiet. Only has ten electric sites. In off season not many of the non electric were full. I really liked that the campground was on the water and that the lake was a no motor boat lake. Helped contribute to the quiet. All bathrooms were pit toilets, no shower facilities. Very nice for a few days visit. - naner
Jun 2018 - $28.00
This campground is literally in the middle of a cornfield, however, there is plenty to see and do both in camp and the surrounding area for the entire family. The Camp is very relaxing and straddles a meandering creek ending in a pond that offers fishing. There is a full service RV dealership and store on site. Most of the campers are long term tenants. - T E Barnhizer
Apr 2017 - $28.00
Nice campground. No full hookup sites. Quiet campground. You get to pick what site you want. There is a nice creek running through the campground. Good campground for group camping or family reunion camp out. - onetwin
Jun 2016 - $25.00
This park is only a few miles from the highway, but as stated you feel like you are out in the country. There are back-in sites around the edges of the large, grassy well mowed campground with a curved slightly sloping layout. There is a section of pull-through sites that are laid out on slight slope. The sites are well kept, but full hookups are only available on a small number of sites. The positive side was the bathrooms are air conditioned, almost too cold in fact, but they needed the floor painted and spruced up. Hubby said his shower floor was bare concrete, not spic and span but the toilets and sink were clean. This was a nice one night stop on our way home. - Maga04
Sep 2015 - $36.00
It wasn't a bad view but there was way too many hidden cost that you didn't expect. Example: Even though we were camping there, it cost to swim and if you have more then 4 people in your family it will cost more for the rest. I hate to say it but it did cut down on the fun because you had to keep an eye on your wallet all the time. All the hidden charges made it not so good of a time and will be on the bottom of my list next time I'm looking for a place to stay. - trip2347
Sep 2013 - $42.00
The current part owners have owned it for two seasons. They are very nice and helpful and are working hard for improvements. They have a very nice beach and water slide area to a lake. We were there for a sporting event in a nearby town and it was pretty quiet that weekend. The set up would be really great for a group especially in their "Meadow" area. The Meadow did not have sewer and they did charge to use the dump station on the way out. Overall if we were in that area we would stay there again. It was pretty far off the beaten track but as said earlier it would be a great trip for a group. The rest were clean but old. - Novi MI
Jul 2018 - $12.00
I love quirky campgrounds and this was no exception. The last mile was a dusty dirt road through a cornfield. When we arrived, they were celebrating Christmas in July. Lights and decorations were in abundance. Check-in was informal. They didn't even ask me to sing any paperwork. Our site was an open grassy area with a power nap and hose bib. Plenty of seasonals. A narrow river runs there, with another campground on the other side. The restroom was quite a walk up the hill. Power was good, as was water pressure and quality. The lady in the office was very nice. The roads are dirt and dust. - Kvw613
Aug 2017 - $15.00
We did not have the issues the Last person had. The entrance is a long drive through a corn field but the office is marked well. Mostly small old seasonal units. The lady in the office was nice and helpful. We did not get any tv and it is a dead spot for AT&T. The few temporary spaces are along the river and very level. There is no sewer and the bath house is quite a hike. The ladies side of the bathhouse was clean but needed updating. Hubby said the mens side needs more than renovation. It is a quiet campground but not worth more than the passport rate of $15 per night. - esta34950
Aug 2012 - $14.00
This campground is at the end of approximately a one mile narrow gravel road choked with trees. The trees raked the sides of the motorhome continuously. The campground, while appearing spacious and with the grass trimmed, was populated predominantly with very old and inoperative rigs. The office was not marked and could not be identified. Since not a single person could be located, we did not stay. The roads in the campground could not accommodate a 36ft motorhome with toad. I was forced to unhitch the toad in order to exit the park. Since we did not stay we cannot rate the facilities. However, the difficulty driving the park's roads and the damage to the RV from the trees garners an unsuitable rating for nearly any size RV. Cutting down numerous trees on the entrance road and those trees obstructing the park roads would raise the park to an "acceptable" rating. Amazingly the park is a Passport America park. - rjohnso3a
Aug 2012 - $30.00
Very clean quiet rural park. Grassy and spacious full hookup sites (water, sewer, 30amp & electric) with good mix of shade trees and open sites. Cellular signal was Ok (e.g., Verizon). Staff was friendly and helpful. Unfortunately no discounts for club memberships. Fairly large number of seasonals. However, all long-term units seem to be well maintained with clean sites and grass nicely trimmed. We would stay again with lack of camping club discounts being the only major negative. - rjohnso3a
Jun 2012 - $36.00
The Park is well managed. They are very friendly and always willing to assist in any way possible. Park could use some improvements and site leveling, but is well maintained otherwise. We would stay here again when in the area. Management has plans for improvements. - Mem503
Aug 2007 - $20.00
This is an older park with new owners who over and above will to try to serve you. The restrooms were spotless. Lots of seasonal campers with kids but they seemed to be well behaved. Noise was not a problem. This would be a nice campground for a family. - dfriesner
Sep 2017 - $25.00
We camp here every year to attend the Southern Ohio Forge & Anvil (SOFA) Blacksmith convention. This is a large county fairground with an active horse training facility and trotter track. It's a historic property and fairly well maintained. Camping with electric-only service is offered in the front and back fields. The front area has some road noise, the back section is quieter. Both areas are big rig accessible. A few paved sites with shared water connections are also adjacent to the grandstand, but those spots are not offered through the SOFA conference. Camping during SOFA is quite crowded. Shared electric service for 4 sites is provided on poles placed throughout open grassy areas, so everybody crams around the poles and you're right on top of each other. Tent campers also take up precious electric sites making the front area a real jumble, even though there's plenty of other fields to set up a tent. If you need electric service, there's more room to spread out in the back section than in the front. For a big gathering like SOFA, we're glad to have camping provided, even if it's a tight squeeze. And plan to come early if you want an electric site at SOFA-most spots are filled by noon on Friday! - Flying Mantis
Jul 2018 - $10.00
You do not have to own an Airstream to stay here. Their Terraport has full hook-ups for $10. You can't beat the price. Limited shade. Yes most of the people staying here are there for service but that is not required. Super nice hosts/guides. Highly recommend the fun tour. Those with trailers and trucks had to take trailer off truck and park truck next to trailer. - gasolinebutt
Sep 2017 - $10.00
Free spot since we had an Airstream appointment. Spots are level and short. Most have to unhook. They come by and pick up your unit via fork lift. The waiting room is very pleasant. One can also stay here for $10 a night. Not much to do here, but makes a good overnight spot 12 miles or so east of I 75. - exceltraveler
Sep 2017 - $10.00
We planned to camp here before dropping the trailer for service the next day. When we got there it was evident that our sewer hose would not be long enough and we wanted to rinse the black tank before dropping it. There is a dump station nearby if it doesn't matter to you. - Woosch
Sep 2011 - $30.00
We stayed here in a brand new Bounder. Staff was very nice. Campers were very friendly. Fantastic fenced double dog run. Lovely setting. Shaded spots. Some traffic noise but we didn't hear it inside our RV. - Cherie in Ohio
May 2011 - $25.00
An older campground that is small and plain, but is a really pretty setting. Campsites are gravel and/or grass and larger than most campgrounds we've been to. It's nothing fancy but we will go back. People are friendly and camping and fishing are relaxing. - Bippie D
Sep 2010 - $25.00
This campground is truly a dump. Interior roads are gravel and full of pot holes making them unsafe for driving. Broken down motorhomes everywhere. The office is on top of a hill very difficult walk. Once there your met by a pit bull. The whole place is very scary looking. We couldn't get out of there fast enough. - derbycatz
Sep 2018 - $32.00
Very dirty and run down. Close to highway, but also very close to an active railroad track and trains seemed to pass through our RV at least 3 times during the night. Power pedestal old and sketchy, worried about quality of power. I would avoid this CG if at all possible. - FMICLON
Jun 2018 - $38.00
I enjoy it. The lake is truly a large pond but the water is clean. The restrooms were clean, yes a little out of date but it's a campground not the Hilton. The staff were friendly even willing to shutdown the pond so i could S.C.U.B.A. dive. The sites were close just like Deer Creek State Park. If you are coming from the city and you don't want to hear traffic - sorry, its here. Also the train (you get used to the noises). Instead of buildings and sidewalks you get trees and grass, birds singing (you know, nature). I saw all the bad reviews and I'm glad I didn't listen to them. - Levi Wazoski
Jun 2017 - $34.00
Internet information post lies about this campground, restrooms are so bad I wouldn't let my dog walk in them. The staff appearances could have been better, sitting at picnic table smoking without a pleasant welcome even. IF WE could get our money back we would leave. Had hook up on wrong side. The permanent resident campers were old, junky, dirty, stuff piled up all around camper. Good Sam Club shouldn't let their good name be represented at this campground. We have always had faith in Good Sam's campground until now. Never be back! - Linda-71_precious
Dec 2018 - $25.00
This is a nice older state park - perhaps designed for a simpler time and smaller rigs. Our site was a short back in - one of the few that had a driver side back in (as opposed to a blind-side) and we had to park on the grass beside the camper. Campers must fill their tanks before parking. We did have electric on site. We were visiting friends nearby so did not take advantage of the recreational facilities, but the park does have a nice lake and marina and public beaches. There were some nice short trails where we walked the dog. Upon leaving, the dump station was convenient. - Dahna
Jul 2018 - $28.00
Scenic, nice lake, trail, and forest. We watched a doe with her twins. Would have liked staying longer but couldn't. - Sue S
Jul 2018 - $14.00
Sites are back in. There was barely enough room for our 31 foot 5th wheel and tow vehicle. The picnic tables at the sites really need to be updated; ours was in very bad shape. Some sites are very spacious and some are nearby. There are many tent sites and there were a lot of tents there when we stayed. There is only one bath house/restroom facility for each side of the campground. We were parked near the back of the first area and it was quite a walk to the restrooms, especially when you need one quickly. They could definitely use additional restroom facilities. There is a playground, but there isn't much there. The camp hosts didn't seem to do anything like some of the other state parks we've used. There is a decent camp store, but kind of expensive. We got 3 ice cream bars and it was $8.50. A camper's beach in the campground is a nice touch. We stayed here during the week when we get a 50% Golden Buckeye (senior) discount weekdays and 10% weekends. They also give military discounts. - Dagma