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14 RV Parks near Northridge, Ohio
We did however find 14 campgrounds within 25 miles of Northridge. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Northridge in the left hand column.
Jun 2019 - $38.00
This is our second time at this Ohio state park. Beautiful park wrapped around a reservoir. Made a reservation through Reserve America the day before we arrived and got the last electric site for the night, not surprising since it is a Friday night. Easy quick check in, friendly staff. Long drive to campground but roads are paved and well marked. Our site was large enough to just back in and not unhook. Pad is black top and level. Sites seem to vary in length. Back end our trailer had a great view of the boats in the reservoir. One nice size tree shaded our picnic table. Staff came by and cleaned up our fire pit which had greasy aluminum foil left over it. Bathrooms are cinder block style, concrete floor. Reasonably clean as nearly 70 campsites have to share this facility. I had good Verizon service and we got several ota channels. Campground was fully booked but by 9:00 it was quiet. I would say this is well run for a state campground. - Trainspotter
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
Mar 2019 - $43.00
Traveling across the country you have a lot of experiences. This campground will always win as the the WORST! I know it's a long review, but heed the warning. I first called to confirm they had spots available, full hook ups/30 amp and they did. When we arrived nobody was in the office so I called the number on the door and was told where to park, but it had no water. Confused as to why that was not mentioned on the phone, I asked where we could get water since we thought we would have hook-ups. The woman said we could wait for them to return or take water from the laundry room, it was cleaner. Cleaner!? I wish that we would've taken that as a sign to keep driving! Warning #2 After the hassle of getting water from the laundry room faucet, we found our spot. The electrical box tower had reversed polarity, per our surge protector. So we moved over a spot. Once the manager was in, I went to check in and explained the electrical issue but they didn't seem too concerned about it. Warning #3 We woke up to the sound of men talking and a tree branch falling right outside our bedroom window. I called the manager about the fact that these men were cutting down an entire tree and pulling towards our RV! The, arrogant, manager came over to tell them not to cut the tree towards any RVs or electrical boxes. After a few laughs with the tree trimming owner, the manger said, "I'm the boss, cut it however you want." So, yes, they continued and the tree fell inches away from us! Complete disregard for property and lacked any sensitivity to our serious concern that this tree would land on us. Warning #4 After looking over our bill, we were charged summer rates, that start in April, full hook-ups, we were partial and for 50 amp, which we were 30. Overcharged - MRue
Jul 2018 - $34.00
Very convenient to 70. The park, staff and residents are wonderful. Everyone was so friendly and helpful and the park was very well maintained - except the bathrooms. They were clean, but in desperate need of maintenance and overall repairs. The other issue is the strong iron smell from the water- it's almost overwhelming. The laundry room is also exceptionally small for such a large park. Most of the park is made up of permanents - however there's not a trashy site around. The pool was well maintained, there are plenty of activities and the dog park was pretty nice. - Rjjjbrown
May 2018 - $34.00
If coming North on I-70, take exit 62 and turn right at top of the ramp. Park is a few hundred yards on the left. Gravel roads and pads. Pads were long enough and level. Some noise from the interstate. There is a sewer smell near the storage area due to holding ponds. Huge pavilion. This is a family oriented park. Lots of kids around. Playground and basketball courts were being used. Two fenced dog parks, plus several acres of mowed fields to walk your dog, fly a kite, etc. Big pool which was very clean. Golf carts are used to get around since its a big park. Most sites are seasonal or permanent, with only a few for overnighters, so reservations needed. Staff was friendly. Although not gated, there is on site security. Roads were dirt and some gravel, but looks like they may be getting ready to asphalt the roads. Most long terms sites are in shade, with overnight sites in sun and partial shade. Long terms sites were all very neat. We would stay here again. - okdiver
Sites: 258 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 15 Reviews
Sep 2012 - $28.00
This is an older park but well kept and the volunteer staff are very eager to please. Family, pet and big rig friendly. Great swimming pool, lots of trees and many activities. Only one rest room/shower room/laundry, but is adequate and clean. Near interstate 70, which creates a little noise but not that noticeable. Will stay here again soon. - digger2280
Sep 2012 - $28.00
We camped in a pull-through spot with full hookups in a grassy field. The spot was not particularly level. The water connection was located quite far from our rig and we did not bother to hook up. The park is listed as a resort and has many facilities (at least 40 years old) which are in severe disrepair. We used the laundry which was in OK condition. Two of the restrooms located near the laundry were not clean. The one good point was the camp host was very polite and helpful. We would probably not return. - Altoflyfisher
May 2012 - $15.00
We arrived late and had not checked reviews. Poor access to the overnight site assigned. We asked for power and sewer and got neither in a gravel site. Gravel and dirt narrow road winding to end of the sites is difficult for big rig. Site was right next to the highway. The power box was blown and we could not use, too dangerous. Dogs were loose in the road and the sites. There was no sewer hookup. We left. Would never return there. - Pat and Jerry
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
Aug 2017 - $42.00
This campground is way overpriced for what you get, but there are hardly any other choices if you want to tour the Air Force Museum. (It's about 30 minutes away.) We called ahead and asked for two sites. Our friends needed a pull-through since they are having car trouble and couldn't unhook. The campground is located down some long country roads, but they are OK. The main entrance has a narrow gate that's kind of scary for a big coach, but if you go past that entrance, there's another one without a gate. You have to go to the 5th-wheel where the owner lives, and she was pretty disorganized. She had let someone else park on the pull-through site she had planned on letting our friends use, so they had to roam around the grassy area looking for a level place. She had given us a site with a nice concrete pad, but there was no way to get level on it, so we also had to try several grassy sites before we could find a level spot. Fortunately, there were no other campers in this area, so we just kept trying different ones. The large grassy area LOOKS level, but it's not! (My husband was just about to drive away!) And, none of those sites have sewer. We asked if the price was the same without sewer and she said we still had access to it by pulling up to a site with sewer, so the price is the same! (Of course, those are all taken, so there's no place to dump!) There is NO bathroom and no WiFi. I had a good enough Verizon signal to use data. It is a pretty campground with some small lakes surrounded by grass, and the other campers (mostly permanent) were friendly. Then there was the guy who came home from work and let his two big dogs poop in the grass near us without picking it up. I guess if he lives here, he thinks he doesn't have to! - mom2wildlife
Apr 2016 - $13.00
We've stayed for both 2014 and 2015 summers as seasonal campers. It is a beautiful park. We loved the grass and the lake access for our Weims to swim. The owners, who also manage, and the help are very friendly and courteous. The problem is there's so much mismanagement and avoidance of uncomfortable situations with rowdy, drunk, weekend or holiday campers, makes this place a real problem for responsible campers.
But in 2016, they changed the deal on fishing in the stocked lakes. It used to be free fishing to all monthly/seasonal campers. No longer. $10 dollars for 12 hours. $300 for seasonal pass. In both cases, per person, not per site.
We absolutely loved this place until the changes in fishing, and the lack of authority by the owners/management. With proper management and more aggressive enforcement of rules, that is, quiet hours and rowdy, noisy, drunk parties, this place is a gold mine.
Nightly rate based on $400 monthly rate, including electricity. Price bumped up to $425 in 2016, with electricity. Very fair deal. - R_R PRanger
Apr 2015 - $40.00
This park is like you are camping in someone's back yard. There are many full time residents here. The road to the park is a narrow farm road and is hard for big rigs. - Ba-01_
Jun 2019 - $41.00
Many full time residents in run down, unkept trailers and sites. Numerous stored old trailers. Back area is very run down. Numerous trains throughout the night and a busy interstate. Nice and helpful host. Nice pond with swimming area. Rec room with limited activities or games. - Terry Custer
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 2019 - $80.00
This is not a family place and the owner let me know that herself with the remark "next time you stay you should find a baby sitter". I stayed at the resort for a few days and it was horrible. We had to pay to go swimming even though we payed 300+ dollars to stay 4 days. You have to pay to take a cooler to the swimming area. Our cabin was by the road and the first night we stayed their son was hot rodding his vehicle down the road. The male owner was very hateful. We couldn't have the shelter lights on, the kids couldn't play with the water toy they bought and even though it rained for 5 days straight he wanted to keep the mud to a minimal which meant the kids could not run and play outside. The cabin was small but cute. The playground was very outdated. The bathroom water reeks of rotten eggs and only one shower worked in the ladies room. The best part of this trip was leaving. I would not recommend this place to anyone!!! - Smith-family09
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 - $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
Aug 2018 - $10.00
This is a very nice campground, although it is mainly set up for tent campers. There are not many RV sites with electric. The site surface is not extremely long. We were able to get our 31-ft 5th wheel in the site having it all the way back and the back end over grass. The truck fit in front at an angle. There are no shower facilities, and the toilets are pit toilets. They are clean and really do not smell, but lots of flies. Most of the RV sites with electric are in the sun. TV reception was very good. There was a camp host, but we did not see them the entire time we were there. There were RVs coming in and out all week and the sites with electric were full most of the time. The first road going to the RV site is narrow and should be made a one-way road. The park is very nice and the area is exceptional (we live in this area). - Dagma
Aug 2017 - $20.00
If you are looking for a camp ground, here is one. I still think it is a little high priced at 20$, for a dry camp with pit toilets and no showers, but the setting is great. It was well kept, but there were cans in the fire ring. It was pretty convenient to the museum at Dayton. If you are approaching with an RV, force your GPS to make the approach from SR343 at Meredith and not from Grinnell. The very limited number of electric sites are usually not available as they are the first to go by reservation. - Matt_C
Jul 2016 - $22.00
We stayed in an electric site in a travel trailer and took in the beauty of the park. It is one of the older state parks and does have pit toilets with no showers but potable water. Dump station has non potable water and camp host were on site 24-7 . Has a lot of hiking trails and historical value of the 1900's . Only 10 electric sites and the rest is primitive. Would like to see showers and flushe bathrooms installed as well as camp spots with more electric sites an accurate numbers for sites. It is a quiet and quaint park . Will return again. - Edith Park
Sites: 54 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 25 Reviews
Jul 2018 - $21.00
Long long ride from gate to Fam Camp. Very helpful hosts on site. Utilities worked well. One jack sunk into to site. This campground was build before the 45 footer, so site just barely long enough and turns are a bit tight. Also with slides very close to neighbor. Not complaining at 21 per night just commenting. Would stay again! - hug448844
Jun 2018 - $25.00
We spent a weekend here while visiting the USAF museum. The location is excellent, and surprisingly quiet for an active duty air force base. Due to changes in security, the gate information you see on line may not be accurate. We were only able to access the main gate as the closest gate is now permanently closed. I recommend you call for directions. The campground is easy to access. Our pull through site easily accommodated our 40' rig and tow. The hostess was a complete joy. We will be returning to this excellent FamCamp! - Cyclist922
Oct 2017 - $25.00
Great MWR campground. Located back by the Reserve Squadron. Peaceful, quiet and well worth it. Hosts are awesome. Extremely helpful and courteous. One of them, a retired FE, got us in to our spot without any problems. No issues with Satellite reception. Water and electricity were fine. Do yourself a huge favor. Make note of the 24 hour gate in your GPS. The north gate closes as do most gates on this base. If you don't know the base it becomes an unwelcome adventure to find your way off. - KodiTzu