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26 RV Parks near Fredericktown, Ohio
Jun 2014 - $40.00
We have been camping for years, all around Ohio and Mohican. WORST EXPERIENCE EVER! Rude owner and staff. Owners favorite word starts with "F", even around our children! Park was swamped with recent rains and staff wouldn't help make the situation better. They said they had bales of straw available to cover the mud but it was $5 a bale! Price gouging instead of helping the campers that were trying to make the best of the weekend. We will continue to camp on the river but it will be anywhere but Mohican Reservation. Beware! - User3518
Aug 2010 - $30.00
We have stayed here many times over the past 2 years in a pop up and rented river cottages, and we always have a blast. The staff is very friendly, the owner drives through several times a day, and the staff enforces the rules. Between cleanings the bathrooms get messy because campers make a mess but they do their best to keep it clean for all to enjoy. We've stayed at all the campgrounds on Wally and always come back here. 2011 new bathrooms will be built. River sites are best. - Javaboxer
Jul 2010 - $30.00
Enjoyed the campground and will return next year. Spent 2 weeks at this campground on a lot overlooking the river which resulted in a lot of entertainment. Difficult entrance way and exit for a 40ft 5th wheel and the lack of a sewer hookup was a problem. Low hanging power lines is trouble for a big rig and we had to have a spotter walking beside the rig to make sure we could clear them with only a couple of inches to spare. - dilligaf1
Aug 2018 - $40.00
We recently rented two sites at Toodiks. We took our hybrid camper and the kids used tents on the second site. We enjoyed our stay. We were near the pool which was small but clean. We kayaked while staying here. This worked well for us because they would haul our privately owned kayaks along with the ones we rented. The part of the river they use is not busy which is hard to find in this area. We found the bathrooms were somewhat outdated but clean. The playground is also outdated but probably would be enjoyable for younger children. We did not stay on the river sites but the road down to them is pretty treacherous. I would not suggest those sites unless you have a good tow vehicle. - Laura D
Jul 2015 - $41.00
First the good: They have a pool, and it appeared fairly clean. And now the bad: 1) Roads, or lack thereof. They sent me to a site down along the river. This camping area, although it was not disclosed to me, appears to be designed for only tent camping or small popup campers. The path there was an extremely steep dirt road that is washed out in several spots with 6 inch deep ruts. I was pulling a 30 ft trailer and no one said a thing about this! If I didn't have 400 HP and 4x4, I'd have never made it back up. And thankfully it wasn't pouring rain at the time. I'm still worried that I may have damaged my trailer bearings. 2) Signage, or lack thereof. Apparently "toodik" is native for "lost in the woods" because you will be hard pressed to find any sort of signs, and the map provided was drawn by a 5 year old and looks nothing like the actual grounds once there. 3) If you like mosquitoes, you're in luck. I've never in my life seen so many congregated in one area. They were so thick you could see dark clouds of them swarming. Judging by our many welts, they don't mind Deep Woods Off. 4) Watch out for extra fees! Things like bringing children or just arriving a little early. Also, cancellation fees are STEEP. A min of $25 for > 7 days, or $40 if less. For no shows, you lose the $40 AND they bill you the balance too. They are bloodsucking vampires not unlike their mosquitoes. 5) When I asked if they accepted Passport America, the lady's response was, "what's that?". 6) If you plan to go canoeing, be sure you bring a LOT of money. I grew up around this area and use to canoe as a kid all the time for almost nothing. American greed at it's best, a family of 4 will now set you back well over $100.
But don't let all of this deter you, they DID have a pool. - hojo70
Jun 2013 - $30.00
This campground was average. Their pool was small but it was as warm as bath water which we really enjoyed. They have a lot of activities. They even had a chocolate slip and slide for the kids; that was really awesome. Some people had really loud music playing behind us all night which was annoying. We would return again. - Ilove2camp
Aug 2018 - $35.00
Lots of seasonal campers with some really nice seasonal set-ups. There are 3 campgrounds , I stayed at Eagle Point that had some nice lake views. Some spots could be challenging to get level, and in some cases arriving after dark could be a challenge. - Cdr Bob
Oct 2016 - $20.00
Stayed a Eagle Point which is separate from the main campground. Showers and restrooms were nice and clean. Only 30 amp available. Water at several points and at the entrance. No sewers, however dump station is available. Sites are somewhat tight. Upper part of campground has seasonal campers and lower part can be reserved. If not reserved, first come fist served. Well patrolled by park rangers.
Reservations are made online and there is an $8.00 charge. - Wi1dBi11
Sep 2015 - $20.00
We stayed at the Main Camp which was very clean and spacious. The campsites were mostly seasonal, but they were well maintained. We really enjoyed the Main Camp and found it to be peaceful and quiet. The roads are easy to traverse and the site was level. We had 30 amp service but no other hookups, but for $20.00 a night it was fine.
The campsites down the road at Eagle Point, which is still part of this campground, were another story all together. There were a lot of older campers packed closely and most of the lots were not well maintained. There were many children and it was louder with more activity. - RNRVtravler
Sep 2011 - $30.00
What a great hidden gem. The friendliest campground we have visited. Lots to do. They had a potluck/soup lunch with a huge screen showing the OSU football game the weekend we were there. This was an inside pavilion. They also have a large outdoor shelter house which is used often. My only complaint is that this is not really big rig ready. We reserved a pull through for our 42 ft couch with a pull vehicle, only to arrive and 2 small campers were already there. The site they finally found for us was very level but a bit of a twist and turn to get the RV into. Very open with trails for golt carts. Now that I know what to expect, I would visit again but see if a better spot could be found first. - LifeIsShort
Apr 2008 - $23.00
Roads are tight. Spaces are narrow and small. Electric is 25' away, water is 30' away. We sank about 6" into pad and about 12" in grass. If we didn't have to be in the area for 4 days we wouldn't be here. If you need to stay in area for 1 night use Wal-Mart. - cat3126B
Oct 2018 - $52.00
Nicest campground in the area with plenty of amenities and fun things to do with family - very much like a resort. Our site was very good with plenty of room. I do recommend bringing your own drinking water as the water tastes like well water. Other than that, we liked everything about this park. - GsmithNJ
Aug 2017 - $40.00
This is a great campground if you are traveling with kids, which we weren't. There is alot to do and keep kids entertained. The camp sites were a bit close to one another but they were reasonably level and it was a pull through site. We were visiting family in the area so we didn't spend too much time in the park but when we were there it was quiet and pleasant. We had to wear little paper bracelets to identify ourselves as registered campers and I found that annoying, felt like a hospital patient! We have stayed there in the past and would stay there again. - LeoTraveler
Apr 2017 - $53.00
We stayed Easter weekend on a Friday. Road in and out is two lane rural. Staff was excellent and always helpful. Campsites offer a mix of trees and open area. Lots of activities for young and old at this campground. Could be more easily labeled a "Funground". Some amenities cost extra. We paid $10 each to do zip line on Saturday morning. The stream is free and our 10 year old had a blast wading out. I found multiple Indian artifacts along the rocky banks. Our pull through site didn't offer a pad or patio but they allowed us to put down our mat in front door area. Cell reception with AT&T was good. Digital TV not so much but we didn't care as there was plenty to do. Lots of activities are planned by the park. We filled our propane tank as we were leaving and staff was very helpful and cost was minimal. We only stayed the night as we had other places to be but we could definitely come back to Lazy River and recommend it highly to campers with kids. - Sinjin79
Oct 2017 - $35.00
A tale of two personalities. We are seasonal campers and have paid for a premium lot for the last few years at Long Lake Park Campground. We were at the campground a total of eight years. The campground is clean and facilities are better than most. The lot sizes average unless your willing to fork out $2,600 a year for a premium lot as we did. The people in our area of the campground were nice. We did not use any of the campgrounds facilities but they are better than most. The lake was nice but we only occasionally used this as well. They have occasional entertainment which again was not in our interest but seemed to be enjoyed. As others have mentioned if you have pets - this is definitely not a pet friendly campground. We had dogs and paid extra fees for them. New rules are published via a private Facebook Group - then distributed via paper, at least that is our experience. The owners have a dictatorial management style which they can do since they own the campground. The general rule is your pet is not allowed off your campsite. You may not walk a pet in the campground, at all. Pets are also not allowed in golf carts. They must stay on your campsite. Of course pets must be on a leash at all times. We personally observed that of course rules are not applied evenly to everyone. If the owners liked you then rules could be and would be overlooked. There are many rules and additional fees but likely not that much different from most campgrounds. My synopsis of Long Lake Park Campground is this. A beautiful campground in a nice setting with nice sized lots. The Camp Ground itself is better than most. However, because of the owners it is not worth the price at any cost. - Jim & Vicki Gordon
Sep 2014 - $40.00
We camped mid-week for one night and were the only campers besides the seasonal occupants. Only a few spots available to overnighters--almost all seasonal in a very large campground. Many units have obviously been there a long time, and condition of seasonal rigs and sites was variable--some beautiful, many not so much. However, we had a nice view of the lake, the location was convenient for sightseeing in Amish country, and campground is very clean. Bathrooms are clean, showers are good. We thought campground was hard to find, and the access road almost discouraged us from entering. We would probably stay at the State Park when returning to this area. - Ftcollinscamper
Sep 2009 - $35.00
Finishing up our first year here as seasonal campers. We have one teenager and two young children. It is the first campground that we have ever stayed, where we feel our children are safe. The owners have been more than helpful during our stay and constantly watch out for the safety of our children. Showerhouse is always cleaned twice a day. Pool is fantastic. Although some may complain that there are to many rules, we feel that without rules, there is chaos. We highly recommend this campground for families with children. - maryfanta