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15 RV Parks near Newcomerstown, Ohio
We did however find 15 campgrounds within 25 miles of Newcomerstown. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Newcomerstown in the left hand column.
Aug 2017 - $10.00
Very nice park with lots to do. Pond to fish in with paddle boats. Rodeo and horse rides. Indoor pool with hot tub and outdoor pool. Very spread out. 50 amp sites are very short and close together. Sewer only on limited sites. Do not follow the GPS directions to get there. - Djesky
Jul 2016 - $0.00
This is a private membership park from Travel Resorts of America. We are members so it doesn't cost us. The park has so much to do, an indoor pool, stables, archery, and many other things for a family. We didn't do much but rest during our visit which it was a very quiet park and allowed us to do. - Dkkirkland
Sep 2014 - $1.00
Very nice, very large private membership resort campground. Some sites leased or seasonal and high occupancy during summer. Rental cabins. Level gravel sites and many large trees. Park well maintained. Park scattered over several hills for different use areas. No Wi-Fi signal at sites, only in clubhouse. Partial and FHU sites, good Verizon cell and 4G signal. Weak TV antenna signals and no cable TV. Large trees block satellite signal in almost all sites. Family, kids and pet friendly. Outdoor and heated indoor pool, several playgrounds, large rec center, mini-golf and snack bar. Lots of social events during summer. Horse riding stable and rodeos several times in summer. Trap shooting range and events monthly. Large fishing pond and free boat use. Mini golf and paint ball area. On site Sunday services. 10 miles to town. Staff very friendly and helpful. Accepts ROD. Would stay there again. - Pepper Dan
May 2012 - $30.00
Forest Hills is located in Coshocton County. It is a wonderful family campground. They have a nice swimming lake with slides, diving boards, a raft and rings for the kids. I was surprised that my teenagers liked it as much as they did. Forest Hills also has paddle boats and fishing. We stayed over Memorial Day weekend. They did not require a 3 day stay so Friday night had a lot of campers but then the rest of the weekend did not. Restrooms are clean but a little dated. They are also a walk because they are located with the swimming. Overall, this is a wonderful Ohio getaway and a nice place to spend some family time. - Darylynn
May 2011 - $10.00
A long way off the road but a very nice park. Difficult hill going up to the campground. Wonderful heated indoor pool and hot tub. Beautiful club house, library, game rooms, pool tables. Lots and lots of amenities: tennis courts, ATV rentals, horseback riding, miniature golf, lots of things for kids to do. Large spaces, heavily wooded however I was able to get TV satellite find in section C. Dogs have to have vaccination certificates and be on leash, even though I was the only person in the park the week I was here. It rained all week and there was absolutely no one else here. Very quiet and peaceful. - NancyW
Aug 2010 - $10.00
Long drive off the freeway to get to anywhere and last few miles are very hilly and narrow but OK for big rigs. Road was just repaved, so that was good. We went here for all the activities but found out that many are only available on the weekend. Nice recreation room with adult lounge and nice pools. Check in staff not knowledgeable about campground. It would seem they had never even seen it. I asked about satellite reception & they looked at the map & pointed to the trees on the perimeter & said we'd be OK. We found the entire campground is forested. OK Verizon cell & Internet connection but not great. We stayed here on our Coast to Coast membership. - Danni
Aug 2018 - $45.00
Went for the sunflower festival. Great time, I highly recommend it. Park is small but I had no problem with a 36 footer. Very quiet and friendly folks there. The pool looked awesome but I didn't have time for a swim. - GraySeal
Sep 2017 - $30.00
Staff is very welcoming, cheerful and helpful. Sites are very adequate, long, level gravel, quiet, nice picnic tables, large pool, clean BA's & laundry. Nice picnic shelters. Would be nice to have shade in the heat of the summer, however, this campground has most everything else we needed. It is a nice clean campground. Well done and apparently well maintained. We highly recommend and will visit again. - twotimes
Jul 2017 - $31.00
The staff was great! Friendliest and most helpful we have encountered in our 4 years of travelling half-time. And unlike too many KOAs, the daily rate was very reasonable. However, like every KOA we have used, the spaces were tiny and the neighbours very close. Most sites were not pull-thru, and since the sites are mostly small, manoeuvring to back in was challenging. - JackSchmotzer
Sep 2018 - $37.00
We stayed 2 nights at this campground on recommendations from a friend. Our site was pretty convenient to get to, back in and set up. It was also fairly level right to left. All hookups were easy and convenient, with 20/30/50 amp service. Our site was C 08. It was a pretty nice site, but was pretty wet. We had a six inch rainfall in two days earlier in the week. I can only guess that our site was the low point for our side of the "C" Loop. Our site never dried, even with 3 days in the mid 80 degree mark. Our site was one of about 7 or 8 that had full hookups. Loops F and g also have full hookups. We took a hike to both loops and found our C Loop the nicest. It is smaller, but much more shade available. Bathhouse was clean but dated. Hot water was plentiful. This park is huge. Getting to any point other than the bathhouse will require hiking boots or a vehicle. The dog park and the beaches were awesome. We never made it to the Lodge for food, but friends said it was pretty good. Hiking trails could have been better marked and maintained. Overall. we had a good experience and will go back next year. My lower rating was for the wet condition of the campsite. The park really is awesome. - Steverino
Jul 2018 - $29.00
We stayed in A loop (sites 21 and 22). Both of these sites had decent shade. Several (I would say most) sites throughout the park have no shade. Sites were concrete and level. Our site only had electric. The bathrooms appear to be very old and could definitely use an update. Sinks were rusty. Only peeked in at the shower house, but they looked okay. Also, there was only one restroom in each loop so some sites were quite a ways from them. - Betsykr
Jun 2018 - $34.00
Big campground with lots to do, kid friendly, had a beach, trails, swimming pools(cost) playground, etc some sites were better (level) than others.
Please verify if your site has water and/or sewer. We had to extend our stay due to personal issues and the staff worked hard to accommodate us. - P-Albert
Sep 2017 - $26.00
I stayed here last year also. Since last year they built a new shower house it is one of the nicest I've seen. - go00nascar
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Nice friendly campground. Roscoe Village is a short walk from the campground. Bike and hiking trails are not real long. 30 amp electric. no full hookup sites. shower and restrooms need updated and cleaning. - go00nascar
Jun 2016 - $27.00
Nice campground and a great water park for kids. Very close to Roscoe Village. - JJnLilly
Jan 2011 - $28.00
Looks like they put in the campground in an old drive in theater. There's nothing pretty or scenic here. All night long all I heard was the sounds of traffic because I was right next to the highway. It's a dump. We camped here overnight when the bathrooms were closed, out-of-order. I won't go back. - spendbigbucks
Sep 2009 - $22.00
There is only 1 shower house for this large 80 acre camp layout. The shower house was very dirty and not well kept at all: it smelled like sewage the whole weekend. There is a very angry campground owner. Just check out the rules list, count the number of ! and !! and you will see the attitude you will receive. When we pulled into Hillview Acres Campground late on a Friday night, we were greeted with a smile and quick service to get us to our site. We purchased a gator load of firewood and that was going to be delivered right to our site. What a great start. We were warned to be sure to follow the posted 10 MPH speed limit. We cautiously worked our way to our campsite only to find there was no empty site where we thought ours was to be (few sites were actually marked). We wandered around in the dark trying to figure out where we were to be, a campground host drove up asking if we needed assistance and we shared our confusion. We learned then that a pop-up was situated on our site. We were told to just take the site next to it. As we proceed to do so, a camper at a neighboring site walked over and said oh, that’s our site for tomorrow night so you’ll have to take the next one. Moving down to the next site on a considerably less flat level site makes finding decent location for our tent a challenge, especially in the dark. At this point, the campground owner approaches. He has no idea why these folks are on our site but gives no insight as to how to solve the situation. We told him where we were going to place our tent and the camp owner says, “Oh no, that’s too close. You’re actually in the other site.” So here we are on our lowering elevation in a site that is 7 yards by 15 yards hoping to house a tent, a full size pickup truck, a fire ring and a table. We suggest we just set up for the night and re-evaluate come morning when we can all see what’s going on. Mr. Camp Owner snaps, “You can either take this site or take your money now and leave. If you stay, it’s a three night minimum.” We state: “We can see better in the morning.” He says, “Nope. And I loaded this wood and brought it to you. You need to take it. I have work to do!” (Remember it’s 11:00 at night). Finally, we find a place to pitch our tent (mostly on our own site). We wake up and find that our placement isn’t so bad, sleeping on relative flat, with a great view of the playground and the port-a-john. As long as the wind didn’t kick up, we shouldn’t burn our tent down. The neighbor did comment on what a nice song we sang as we tucked into bed at night. (See the proximity of our next door neighbors?) The closest flushing toilet and hot water availability is a 15 minute walk (by an adult) and the shower house is deplorable. The port-a-john was less than desirable after a long holiday weekend and no attention. At the playground, my children were faced with a ladder to the slide with a broken top rung with very rough edges and a slide that slid into the gravel covered ground. Throughout the weekend we felt like we were observed as real trouble makers. For instance, as we pulled out Saturday morning to go to the state park, we were behind another vehicle and Mr. Camp Owner was smiling and waved at them, obviously pleased to have them at his facility. As we passed, he created his power stance, feet apart, arms crossed, and watched us pull away. He then stepped into the driveway behind us and watched us leave. We watched him walkie-talkie someone and we figure he thought we were leaving. Wasn’t he probably disappointed when his camp host radioed back that we were nested for the weekend. On a positive note, we learned the work he had to do. He sat on his gator at various spots around the park with his radar gun making sure everyone was going under 10 mph so our little ones were safe. He was proud of his mission, letting us know he had purchased 4 of them. We would have suggested he use that money on updating his restroom facilities: but at least our dirty little ones were safe from speeders. - cjtoth
Jul 2009 - $24.00
Never again will we camp here. The "rest rooms" are port-a-pots, the showers old and dirty. Very primitive conditions. The roads are steep and the sites are not level or well-marked. The staff was rude and belligerent. The pool was not open as promised when we made the reservation. Nor was it anywhere near being ready to open. A guest was thrown out shortly after arrival for "driving too fast and throwing stones" at less than 10 mph. He was also threatened with legal action. We left within the hour. There is a much nicer state park (Salt Fork State Park) down the road about 2 miles. Stay there instead. - jpep
Jul 2018 - $34.00
The staff were very friendly and the park was clean. It's too bad we didn't arrive earlier because there seemed to be lots to do around the park. It looks like they have a nice hiking/biking trail and a nice pool. All the utilities worked fine at our site, and we found the park to be quiet and peaceful. Good value for the money. We would definitely come again. - John A Guderian
May 2018 - $38.00
Big park. Lots of sites, plenty of residents, but plenty of room for transients up front. It adjoins a really big park with a lake, pavillions, big meadows and more --- we didn't even walk through it all. Utilities, wifi, satellite, cell coverage all worked well. Sites were gravel and level. Minuses: lots of potholes in the roads but fine if you go slow, neighbors are closer than we prefer, although spaces weren't too tight. The folks in the office were friendly, they had some RV supplies, and they were just getting the pool ready for the season. - darwinmoore
Apr 2018 - $38.00
One night stay and ample room in pull through site. Only problem was rough roads getting to site. Need a little stone put in the potholes. - Rmpbap
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