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11 RV Parks near Dunlap, Ohio
We did however find 11 campgrounds within 25 miles of Dunlap. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Dunlap in the left hand column.
Oct 2019 - $40.00
Stayed in full hookup site twice this year. Nice park easy to access and a great playground for the kids. We didn’t use showers or bathrooms but friends of ours did and said they were nice and very clean. I’d recommend this park. - OhioMike
Sep 2019 - $49.00
Beautiful county park with many activities. Wonderful campground - looks brand new. Concrete pads, full hook-ups, LOTS of room for our motorcoach and tow, and easy maneuverability. We were here midweek in September so not crowded. Looks like plenty of room even if it were full. No privacy between sites. Had clear sky for satellite TV. Terrific wifi connection. - Traveling Gnomes
Aug 2019 - $58.00
We have stayed at this county park twice. Entry in to the the park requires the purchase of either a day pass or annual pass. There is one loop with full hookup sites including a dozen or so pull-through sites. The sites are level and the pull-through are concrete. The park roads are paved as well. There is a small playground, a lake, and a few other amenities available at an additional costs within the park. - Stranded_In_Ohio
Sep 2018 - $27.00
Miami Whitewater Forest Campground is located in the largest park in the county park system. The campground is clean and the new shower/restroom facility was also clean. The park is great and there are plenty of things to do outside the campground. While there, the campground was completely full. I camped in a tent, but agree that the campground is not the best for large campers and motor homes. The spaces are small and packed close together and many are hilly. My main complaint was what was already stated in a previous review. The campsites were all overloaded. 2-4 campers or tents per site with large groups staying in them in addition to having "visitors" come by in the evening. Both Friday and Saturday night, the campground did not quiet down until after 1 am. Saturday I walked by one site that had at least 30 chairs with adults in them and a hoard of children as well. Bright lights, loud music and loud conversation. Not peaceful, not quiet. - Willajean112
Jun 2017 - $35.00
Getting to this park requires good advanced mapping and intuition; there could be more directional signage. This park is not suitable for long 5th wheels and motor homes. The park map does not show the steep grades and very tight curves with large trees close to the narrow one-way road. Very few sites are level. Bring plenty of blocks. It was very difficult to back into my site due to the trees and the location of the electric post. Plan to drive your rig to the water station to tank up before backing in and setting up. Heavily wooded. Only electric hook-up. Camping is a long way from the rest of the park which has no place for swimming. The bath house is new, very clean and free. - Osita5
Jul 2016 - $27.00
The campground is in a nice park facility with a great play area for the kids located down by the lake. It is not real close to the campground though.
We also had to purchase an annual county park pass to be able to get in ($10.00).
The reason for the average rating is very few of the sites are level. Many of them are slanting downhill so it is hard to get level.
They could use a little better signage directing those who do not live here to the campground and check in. We drove past it the first time and had to call to find out where to go.
Also, even though they have a maximum camper limit of 6 people and two tents (or one camper unit and one tent) per site there were several that had many more than that, one having at least 18 people in it and one with 4 tents.
Their dump station is also located on a hill making it hard to get completely empty.
It is a very busy park on the weekends with lots of tent campers - 3 to 6 tents per site.
I would recommend this campground in certain areas only and during the week if possible. - prstlkid
Sites: 27 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 1 Reviews
Nov 2018 - $18.00
The rate quoted above is the monthly rate of $550 divided by the 30 days we stayed. We made reservations here to spend time in the area with family. The managers are very nice and accommodating and we communicated with them several times before arrival. The park itself is not very nice at all. It's mostly old mobile homes and some semi-permanent RVs (ranging from 25-year-old trailers with junk around to a half-million dollar tag axle diesel pusher). We were originally assigned to one site, but "... someone moved in to that site" before we arrived. I can only assume that it was preferable to the site where we ended up (anything would be, though). We are full-timers and I'm pretty good at backing our 36' fifth wheel with a crew cab, long bed, dual rear wheel truck into tight spaces - but this is the tightest space I've ever had to deal with. With the trailer on one side of us having a slide extended a two feet over our pad to a work van parked at the very edge of our extremely narrow space on the other, I had to rock back and forth in the narrow roadway and put the truck and trailer at almost a 90 degree able to get in... but we got it done. The tiny spaces and dumpy environment aren't the things we dislike the most, though. Directly across the fence behind us (the back of the rig is 4 - 5 feet from the fence - not counting the bike rack) is a furniture factory. The noise pollution is TERRIBLE! The low frequency droning noises I can handle, but the high frequency constant squeal and a very noisy compressor that cycles about every minute has caused me to get out my earplugs to sleep at night. We didn't see much of the other park residents, but those we did see were very nice. There aren't many RVing options in the Cincinnati area. The county parks are seasonal, have stay limitations and and have poor availability. To get something else, one has to go 45 minutes out of town and pay $40/night. - Second Chance
Sep 2019 - $45.00
There are 12 pull through sites and 41 lake sites. Lake sites are "back in sites" We thought sites 28, 29 and 30 were nice sites. If you have small kids, site 31 is next to the playground (however right by the lake). The lake is catch/release an they have paddle boats. This is a nice place to make a stop if you are passing through. Its very clean and the staff are very friendly. Although it is near a highway, surprisingly it's not too noisy. - 3 dog night
Aug 2019 - $19.00
I stayed here over the summer and have to say the staff could not do a better job. My only complaint is the freeway noise and the WI-FI needs improvement. - AZ Jeanne
Jul 2019 - $43.00
This is our fourth time staying here over the last several years and with each stay the campground keeps improving. Just recently they resurfaced the main inner roads and they look and ride great. Very friendly staff. Very clean restrooms/showers. A little out of the way off the Interstate but all things considered it's worth it. Will continue to stay here again on our north/south/north trips. - OSUbob
Oct 2019 - $5.00
This park is an awesome benefit for FMCA members. They have updated the reservation process and now you can reserve online. Members get 2 free nights a month if there is availability. Sites are long and level and hookups are easy to access. This is very convenient to Cincinnati and easy access to I-275. At service was good and they also provide wifi. No bathroom as sites are full hookup. No cable but tons of OTA from Cincinnati. - jeffs
Oct 2019 - $20.00
a parking lot around their offices, can be tight depending on which space you get. Convenient to a lot of things in Cincy. - Rick Rowland
Sep 2019 - $1.00
If you are a FMCA member you can stay here once a month for FREE. You need to reserve your site in advance. When the FHU sites are full you have to camp on the asphalt where you only have power available. Other than that it's a real nice place. Next time in the area I'll plan further in advance. - Merritt Island Mike
Oct 2019 - $30.00
This is a nice state park with lots to do and see around the park. We enjoyed visiting the nature center and biking around. - HaRV the Traveller
May 2019 - $37.00
Stayed Memorial weekend. It was jam packed. Mostly tents and pop ups. No water on any sites. No sewer on RV sites. If you tent camp and like really roughing it, this place is for you. To be fair, we we not there to use the state park amenities. Lake, creek, etc. staff was helpful, it not friendly. Probably pretty stressed. - Caveman54
Jun 2018 - $24.00
Wonderful park! Stayed a couple of days mid-week and the crowds were sparse. Great swimming beach, large shaded dog park, and a rare dedicated dog beach! The lodge was well kept and we enjoyed a great meal at their restaurant. A small nature center also serves as a raptor rehab home. Acton Lake is quite large and the park roads wind around it. You'll need a car to get from the campground to the lodge or beach, as it's too far to walk and would be a heck of a long bike ride. We found the campground to be tidy with good grass margins between sites. Didn't feel cramped at all. The B Loop has mostly pull-thru sites with good length, long enough for a rig and tow. Electric only sites with water spigot stations located throughout. Dump station is large, two-sided, and has new concrete. Really swell state park that offers lots of activities like golf, boat rentals, hike/bike and horse trails. Glad we stayed here and will return again! - Flying Mantis
Aug 2005 - $28.00
This campground was so bad, we did not want to stay. The electrical looked so bad we were afraid to plug into it. The grass was real high and we could see only one other camper and they looked like they lived there. Buildings were very old. This was under ACN and Passport America yet it is not worth any cost unless you really like very primative camping at a premium cost. - oldtiogatraveler
Aug 2019 - $40.00
This is our go-to park for weekends & holidays. C-loop is full hookup but difficult to get reservations. Most sites are a little difficult to back into with a 40' fifth wheel & full size truck. - Duane Denlinger
Jul 2019 - $30.00
Campsites are spacious and pretty level with a fair amount of shade in our loop. We stayed at this campground for two nights, Thursday to Saturday. There were virtually no people camping through the week which seemed strange. More rolled in Friday night, but the lake still didn't seem very busy. Brookville Lake has had a problem with toxic blue green algae (there was an advisory during our stay), so it is worth checking into if you plan to swim while visiting. - KyKampers
Jun 2018 - $40.00
One of the largest state park campgrounds in Indiana, this park has it all. Hiking, boating, swimming beach and lots of wildlife. I counted 7 red birds in a tree at out campsite one morning. Our site was nice but a tree had been removed and the stump ground out so that part of the site was uneven and had no grass. Full hook up sites go fast for weekends and Holidays so book early all other sites are electric only. AT&T was 2bars and OTA TV was adequate. Visitor center is managed by the Army Corp of Engineers and has an overlook of the Dam and lake. I was told the fishing is very good. - Psi500
Oct 2019 - $53.00
This park is from an 8.1 rating! It really isn't big rig friendly...some sites might be long enough, but not level. We didn't use facilities, but, park grounds are more dirt than gravel. Entry is terrible! Narrow driveway with drop-offs on both sides! Location and staff are only good parts of the park! If coming in from the south, do not follow GPS as it will take you through downtown Lebanon on narrow streets. - D&JV
Oct 2019 - $62.00
Very nice KOA. As others have commented, this is not your typical parking lot campground. Sites are not in rows, but rather, they are angled in different directions to give some space and a feeling of more privacy. The staff couldn't have been nicer and more helpful. We were there on a Saturday and Sunday night. It was typically packed on Saturday night and virtually empty on Sunday night. The only complaint that we have is that the entrance is not well marked, and it is difficult to see the entrance sign until it too late to make the turn into the campground without risking a traffic accident. Otherwise, this is one of the nicer KOA's we have stayed at. Highly recommend! - WA4TG
Sep 2019 - $50.00
All was in great shape, bath houses were some of the nicer ones seen - Fred76
Sep 2016 - $20.00
The rate reflects weekly rate divided by 7. This is a long-term park and not really meant for a weekend outing. That being said, when one wants to visit the area for 3 or more nights, the weekly cost of $135/week becomes equal or better than 3 nights at a normal commercial campground at $45/night. We were greeted by the park host on a golf cart as soon as we pulled in. He escorted us to our site, helped me move the picnic table, and then gave me advice on getting into the site. The sites are state park-ish. Electric and water hookup. Some sites are more spacious and typically have long-term residents on them. Riverside sites are all taken, so don't expect one of those for a weekend. There are some really long term units there, but they are are few. No shady characters. Most campers are full timers up north for the summer. There is a dump station near the exit of the park. There is a picnic table and a fire ring at each site. Downtown Cincinnati is about a 15 minute drive from the park. - WineStream
May 2016 - $34.00
We rented a space for the month for $410. The driveway is gravel, the camp site is grass/mud, and you are required to mow your own grass. There is no bathhouse or sewer. The sites on the side that we stayed apparently have a known electrical problem, especially when the camp is busy. We were never told this and we could only run the refrigerator. Our son is disabled and we need full electrical services at all times because he is ventilator dependent and you aren't allowed to run a generator during quiet hours. We had leave our RV and come home during the holiday weekend due to insufficient electricity services. The grounds are very wet due to rain and lack of gravel or paved sites. If you are traveling with an elderly or disabled individual I would not recommend this camping experience. The parks employees are not honest about what sites have adequate hookups. Another couple was moved an hour before we were told our electricity would be an issue for the entire weekend despite prepaying for the month. Only rents by the week or month and no chance of being directly on the river. Those sites have been reserved for years. So what small amount of time we actually were there we spent looking at the back of 5th wheels. People also park in your designated campsite and that seems to be allowed. - charliepom
Sep 2015 - $35.00
We spent five days on a full hookup 50 amp site with a concrete patio. The site had ample room for our 35' and tow. The utilities were convenient and there was a reasonable amount of space between sites. This section of the park looks newer as there were only small trees at the site. Trees line the back of the sites though permitting evening shade. The center road offers concrete pull thrus. We paid $41 for an hour pontoon boat rental and rode around the lake. It was VERY convenient to all things Cincinnati as it was 3 miles S of I275 inside the loop. For a park inside a huge city, this park felt like you were in the country. One complaint: There is an older 30 amp section too. We moved to this area during the weekend. The sites were closer and we had a rude neighbor that had eight cars spend the weekend. Half of these visitors parked on our site.Next time I will tell the VIP about excessive neighbors who don't respect other peoples space. - Tammy7