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27 RV Parks near Lexington, Ohio
We did however find 27 campgrounds within 25 miles of Lexington. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Lexington in the left hand column.
Sep 2011 - $38.00
A very nice campground that we spent 2 nights and very quiet. The only concern was where they had us park, the site was not level at all...our front wheels were a front up in the air to get level...don't really like that. Everything else was fine. - CMcgirr
Oct 2010 - $25.00
This park is not convenient for the overnighter, but I suppose could be a nice destination park for families. That said, however, while the grounds seem well taken care of, the shabbiness of the many seasonal trailers was far from welcoming; certainly wouldn't want to be parked next to one of these. Thankfully, we were only here overnight, and will not be returning. The only reason I rated it at a "2" is because it does have water and electricity, but that's the best one could say about this place. - Stella's Mama
Aug 2009 - $30.00
This is no longer a Jellystone. Some sites are muddy and many sewer connections are unaccesible. The park needs a lot of work. Probably will not camp here again. - Main Spark
Aug 2018 - $16.00
We were just looking for a decent, overnight stay on a 5 week journey and we found it at River Trail Crossing. The sites are level, and mostly grass. The power was good and clean. No issue with water pressure. There is an awesome paved 'trail' just beyond the end of the campground. The campground is beside a field of crops, back from the highway. - RVhappyHere
Jul 2018 - $38.00
A small park, no cable, no local over the air TV stations and good luck getting satellite. No WiFi. Good utilities and no issues. Level pull through sites, but there are only a couple of them. The park is quiet and lots of mature trees. If you want to get away from it all this is the place. Pricey for what you get. But the park is beautiful, remote and quiet. - Vicki K
Jun 2018 - $28.00
A small park by a river and a walking/bike path very near by. Grass sites, mature trees, mine was level. I had an electrical issue at the main plug, solved the same day. Owners are friendly and cooperative. The park is located between two small towns. Seasonal campers must mow their own grass (mower is provided). I like it here and will return if I am in the area again. - Pazahora
Aug 2018 - $26.00
While I did not stay at the park, I came to visit family that was staying. This park could be awesome, but the only good thing about the park is the lake. The smell outside the restrooms is worse than a Porta Potty - dried mess on the pit toilets, bathrooms were filthy and no toilet paper. They haven't been sanitized in a long time. The showers were disgusting, same filth in them for 2 weeks. Was advised they only clean bathrooms on Fridays. 1 - unsanitary 2 - that's just gross. The park is not mowed regularly, and some of the people staying there are very sketchy. When you are advised to lock up because you have homeless staying there, that's a problem. It should be more like 5 bucks a night. There is no running water and the electric is not up to par. If you need a 50 amp, I advise you to go down the road. Or if you expect cleanliness, keep going. - Kittykate35
Sep 2016 - $20.00
This is one of the quietest little parks I have ever camped at! The view from our campsite (right on the water) was amazing! My kids had a blast at their playground area. This is one of the smallest campgrounds I have been to, yet my father-in-law had no trouble maneuvering the 40' 5th wheel around the lot. There were a lot of seasonal campers here and they had a camp wide yard sale while we were there. The lake water was very nice and the 10hp restriction on boats made it nice for those who were kayaking. - Permacamp
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
Aug 2010 - $30.00
This is a good place to camp. It's plenty big enough if you have a large group that want to go camping together. If you don't have a boat, it can be difficult finding things to do here. It is predominantly lake involved. The lake has no hp limit, so you see all kinds of boats. The shower facilities are OK. They are older, but have always been clean. If you have horses, they have a huge area for campers and horse trailers. They have a lot of horse trails. Not our favorite place to go, but we will definitely go back. - asnodgra
Aug 2008 - $15.00
The rate of $15/night was a special rate for this particular weekend. The campground and the setting is beautiful. The roads are all paved, the sites are well marked. We had a back-in site and it was difficult to back in due to the amount of kids on bikes and adults just walking beside the trailer as we were trying to back it up. A little unnerving, and inconsiderate. Our area of the campground was very noisy. I thought it might be because of the low rate, but other people who have camped there have told us that the campground is always noisy. We like the park and campground, and will camp again, but during the week or in off-season. - Jeff & Diane
May 2008 - $25.00
Pleasant Hill is a place that I have mixed feelings about. If we feel like letting loose and having a few adult beverages, then it's fun. If we feel like relaxing in the peace and quiet and not exposing the kids to too much partying, then it's not the place to go. My parents have a seasonal site at Pleasant Hill, so we go there a couple of times a summer on our own and camp near their site. We always have a good time, but don't necessarily sit much while we're there, which can be good or bad. There's a lot of socializing and events. The roads are all paved, which is great for the kids riding their bikes. We always are there on holiday weekends and the place is packed. The park rangers are always driving around, so don't even think about breaking any rules. In section B, there are mostly seasonal sites, so you may feel like you're invading someone else's party if you camp there without knowing someone already. Stick to C or D if you're not wanting to feel like an outsider. The lake is beautiful with lots of speed boats and water skiing, which is fun to watch. If you're not into partying and socializing, maybe Pleasant Hill isn't the place for you. If you enjoy letting loose, then check it out. - atwelch
Sites: 223 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 18 Reviews
Sep 2016 - $41.00
We stayed here the third week of September. Because we were staying for 8 days we got 1 night free. The park is fantastic whether you have children or are seniors like us. We had a beautiful sight over looking the lake and the beach. The owners and staff are very attentive, and friendly.
We arrived on a Sunday, and the park was quiet and very few daily spot were full, mostly seasonal trailer, and their owners were gone home for the week. They told us that come the weekend it would fill up, and it sure did. The grounds are well kept as we observed the maintenance crews during the weeks taking care of every thing. Every site has a camp fire ring . The camp store ( called the Ranger Station) not only has everything you need it also has a great porch with tables and chairs and rockers where you can sit and watch big screen TV while you enjoy your ice cream you just purchased. You can sit on the porch and get free Wi-Fi. The owners are very friendly and when we were checking out my husband was having a great conversation with the husband and I was having a conversation with the wife, we left an hour later than we planned. I don't think you will find a better place in the area. We had a full hook-up site which included cable. We had 60 available stations and the picture on out TV was crystal clear.
Make sure you have full direction. If you are coming in during the evening hours like we were, you can miss Township Road 99. This is a small two lane road and the only lights are your headlights. - The Islanders
Aug 2015 - $60.00
This park is very well run. The owners are active and they have continuous activities for the kids. There is a clean pool and 2 well run water slides. The bathrooms near our loop were new and always spotless. There were no separate activity fees, kayak and paddle boats are included in your stay, and there is a honey wagon that will come and pump you out. The lake is Beautiful and there is a Sandy swimming beach. this is truly a great place to unwind and we will be back. - Trinket
Jul 2015 - $73.00
This is a nice campground but the sites were more dirt than grass and the overnight rate was a little expensive with the extra kids. The water slide was nice but we didn't like the swimming pool set up. They had fun activities for the kids, nice store and swimming pond. We didn't hike but the woods looked nice. - Joe K
Jul 2017 - $39.00
We were traveling along I-71 and needed to break the journey for 1 night. While this KOA is nice, it was quite a distance from the interstate, along small roads, and not as convenient as we had hoped, but that is certainly our fault! The campground is set in a beautifully forested area, and we enjoyed walking the camping loops. I would love to return and spend longer exploring the area. - dands
Jul 2017 - $41.00
Nice campground if you want an in the woods experience, it is a rural area. No cable tv or over the air channels. Bathrooms and showers were clean, the pool was nice, not much in the store but there is a Family Dollar store about 10 minutes away. Had good internet service from my Sprint phone. Owner was very friendly. When we arrived, our site had full sun. My wife asked to be moved and the owner put us in a shadier site. - Jtroop
Jun 2016 - $44.00
Camped in a 35 foot fifth wheel on site 112. Led to site. Site long enough for rig & truck. Across lane from woods & non-awning side of site is distant from neighbor, & grassy. Some well trimmed trees provide shade. Required one board to level. Site is large, clean stone with grass, nice picnic table. No AT&T cell coverage (outside park & up road got coverage), slow WiFi, six antenna TV channels. Very quiet & dark at night. Restrooms well maintained. Did not use pool, but looked clean. Nice walking areas in woods & around large campground. Large playground, basketball & volleyball courts, horseshoes, miniature golf, fishing ponds. Ohio route 97 from Interstate 71 is rather narrow & is well marked. Watch for Bunker Hill street sign past Butler village. Campground is on the right if coming from route 97. - Scottsdale RVers
Aug 2005 - $25.00
This place use to be a KOA until 2003. I'm not sure if the owner or KOA decided to take the name off. Right off of U.S. 71. Narrow entrance road. Restrooms need a serious cleaning or two. 3/4 of the campground is seasonal. Sites were narrow or they could have a tree in the way so your awning would not extend. We stayed the weekend. They were not busy at all so you might be able to pick a respectable site. The playground is an insurance agent's nightmare. If you wanted to tent camp and fish the two ponds, this is the place. - coorslight
Oct 2018 - $32.00
This a small, quiet campground easily accessible from I71. We stayed during the Apple Butter festival and had a wonderful time. The park is family friendly, clean, and there a several areas that have been updated. The playground is not actually in the campground, neither are the basketball courts. New concrete full hook-up sites, new bath and shower houses, and a new dump station. The sites are a bit close together and backing our 38ft TT into our site was a bit challenging were our two main critiques. There is a large group of very dedicated volunteers who work tirelessly to plan and put on wonderful events, crafts, and the WONDERFUL country breakfast! We highly recommend and we will be back! - WeisnerFamily4
May 2018 - $31.00
We stayed the two weeks allowed in this quaint little campground in order to visit with family 13 minutes away. The park was recently refurbished with a brand new bathhouse and laundry facilities. I like the way it was set up with private individual unisex showers on one side of the building and restrooms on the other. The laundry room had 2 brand new commercial size washers and dryers that cost $1.00 each. I used them several times and was quite pleased. We stayed in the upper section which has full hook ups. The sites are cement pads and what I would consider to be short. We had no trouble getting in because the park was empty when we arrived. However, two others had to back up all the way down the road to get out as there was no way to turn around when the sites were full. Parking of your vehicle had to be perpendicular and in front of your coach. The park was extremely quiet. There is a beautiful picnic and pavilion area where a wedding also took place. They have a breakfast fundraiser one Saturday a month which we missed. There's a horseshoe pit and other games the office has for use. The beautiful office/small store was also brand new. The lower section has electric only and waste water dump areas which we had never seen before. It consists of a big door on the ground that you lift and find a dirt pile where you would dump your gray water. The lower lake area was closed as they had just finished rebuilding of the new dam. We drove to the dam which also is beautiful. We were in a 30 foot travel trailer with a long bed truck. We fit OK, but would have had trouble had we had a larger unit. Sites on the left in the upper section were short and some very short. The sites in the lower section were larger and more private and more primitive without water or sewer hook up but beautiful. Buckeye pass will give Ohio residents a discount. Disappointed there was no discount for seniors. We will definitely stay here again. - Mamag76
Sep 2017 - $31.00
Nice small state park campground! The full hook up sites were a little close together but we had a pretty deep site by the bathrooms and older playground. There is a small new playground up by the office which was nice. We would stay here again. - Greenmomof2