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8 RV Parks near Washington Court House, Ohio
We did however find 8 campgrounds within 25 miles of Washington Court House. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Washington Court House in the left hand column.
Oct 2018 - $37.00
One night stay while driving though OH on I-70. The state campground that we wanted to stay at was booked and this one was pretty far off our route but turned out OK. The camp was nearly full but seemed to have multiple items for families to do, disk golf, mini golf, basketball, playgrounds, short BMX course, etc. Our site had two stumps on the sunny side of the space so it was in the sun on a hot day. The asphalt site was close enough to level we did not use blocks Multiple shower houses made access easy. Would stay again if we lived in the vicinity. - tfemaker
Jul 2017 - $28.00
Showers and bathrooms are in rough shape. They smell and are not cleaned nearly often enough. Also their website is misleading. There is a pool at the state park, but it is not included with the camping fees and you must purchase a day pass for each member of your family. A family of 4 is approx. $38 per day and even then you can only access the pool if the Lodge is not crowded. The Lodge's guest get first come first serve for the pool. The campground is clean and well groomed. Everything is paved to include sites and roads. Be careful when selecting a site. If it's by the restrooms, there is no dedicated path to them so people walk right through the campsite that sits in front of the restrooms. We can not review the lake or the trails due to a recent flood that had everything shutdown. From what we hear it is beautiful though. - Burgoons
Jun 2015 - $12.00
A typical State Park with dated Shower & rest room facilities which I did not use. However the campsites are some of the best I have seen in a Ohio State Park. 30 and 50 amp electric but no water or sewer hookups. All sites are level or very close to being level, paved, table & fire pit. Many are fully shaded, large, and spaced apart for a feeling of privacy. I stayed 3 days which it rained every day and some of the sites became filled with water. The parking pads are slightly above ground and stayed water free but the area where the fire pit & table are located was under water and not good for tenters. Not all all sites suffered but quite a few did so be aware. Had there been no rain just about any site in the park would be great. There is a State Run golf course nearby that is a great bargain ( The reason I went there) Even with all the rain the course was playable. The beach is locate 4- 5 miles away & I did not use it. The "Play Ground" in the Campground has old dilapidated equipment and was unkempt . I'll return ( because of the Golf Course) but be glad I'm self contained. About 20 sites are " walk-in" sites (first come, first serve), all others can be reserved. - cecerecreek
May 2018 - $29.00
We stayed here May 25 & 26, 2018. First time here. We were supposed to leave on May 28th but left early. First, let me say the woman owner we dealt with was very nice and helpful once we found her. When we arrived we had problems finding anyone to check us in along with another person who had arrived. There is a shack at the entrance we thought was were you checked in, but a sign on the door saying to "go to the round house". This house was up on a hill and if you are in an RV you have to walk up a steep gravel road to get to it. If you are handicapped, good luck. But once we found her she was very nice. Our campsite was #1, pictured below. It looks deceiving but it isn't good. The road to it is gravel, and in my opinion, in bad shape with holes and ruts in it. Our site was between a "bunk house" on the left and a seasonal spot on the right. The seasonal spot is junky. Whoever is staying there apparently hasn't been there in awhile because it if filthy and junky. I find it unbelievable the owners are putting up with it. Very difficult to take a walk around the campground because of the road conditions and with it being so hilly in some spots it is actually dangerous because the asphalt in part of the steep road is eroded and has come apart. That mixed with the gravel makes walking up or down it dangerous. My wife slipped and stumbled and slid and fell. I found the campground in a run down condition. They charge you to take showers there. You have to put a quarter in a metered box for each 3 minutes! I read they did this because people were leaving the showers running but they could have put push buttons in to stop that instead of coin machines. Twice I found no toilet paper in stalls. Hey, the internet was good! We won't return. This is hard to write because the woman was so nice. But I think it has been let run down and it looks junky, especially where we were camped at site 1. We left a day early just to get out of there. - Mike4625
May 2018 - $31.00
Owners are very nice. The park is very prettily situated on a hillside. However, there is no water diversion system, so when it rains - and it did - water flows down through the park, through the campsites, making them muddy, and also washes the interior roads. - finally Free
Aug 2017 - $24.00
The roads and spots are gravel. Most are fairly level but a few are not. The first spot we were given was too small to get level so we asked for another one. The owners are really sweet and gave us the option of 3 other spots. We selected a bigger site and leveled easily. All the utilities worked great. It is a very quiet camp with a playground and lake for swimming. There are several cabins to rent. It is on a hill and lots of woods all around. The price represents a weekly rate. - esta34950
Aug 2018 - $25.00
Stayed 8-15-thru 8-17 We come to this campground several times a year. Very nice setting lots of trees we stayed at the deluxe sites with a deck. Have stayed at the other as well , we have never had a bad time at this campground. - Gary Warwick
Jul 2017 - $26.00
Nice park with decent room and fairly level spots. - dbng
Jul 2016 - $26.00
We stayed for 1 week. The sites are level but some sites off the pad can be steep. Many of the heavily treed areas could be reseeded. Lots of mud to deal with. Very clean park and bathroom shower water pressure is excellent. We use this park often, as it is fairly close for our weekend getaways. - Tom De
Oct 2018 - $40.00
We stayed just one night, on an early-October trip from the Midwest out to the Carolinas. The office staff (probably the owner) was friendly and helpful, but that's the only real positive thing I can say. The campground was mostly empty (very late season) and quite a few run-down seasonal residents were still hanging on. Quite a few of them were up at 6:00am to start up their old pickups and go off to work. There is a large -- several acre -- fishing pond in the middle of the campground, which was smelling pretty swampy. The camping fee was $27 for two adults. The total bill came to $40 -- water is $2, electric is $2, an A/C unit is $2, and so on. I'm not sure how she got to $40. Use of the picnic table was free. Beware, our GPS (Waze) guidance to the campground based on street address was incorrect, leading us to a site about a mile further West. We were just passing the driveway when we figured that out. - DigitalNomadCoffeeShop
Jul 2018 - $30.00
Circumstances beyond our control caused us to need to find a place to stay at the last minute, and this campground was very accommodating. The owner was very friendly. The campground is beautiful and well maintained. There is a lake across the road. We got two pull through sites (we were two rv's traveling together) which had gravel pads and plenty of green grass between. I don't remember the exact rate we paid with a military discount but I believe it was close to $30. - Juniper94
Jun 2018 - $36.00
This is a nice, quiet park. The staff was very accommodating with our unexpectedly late arrival. We stayed for just one night as we passed through the area, and appreciated the easy access pull-thru spot we were given. The park also has a great little playground for kids. We were traveling with our 6 & 8 year olds who both enjoyed the play equipment. Be mindful that this is a cash only park. - KTandFamily
Sep 2015 - $34.00
This is not a destination campsite. This is somewhere to go if you plan on boating and need a place to stay overnight. There's a decent "backyard" to the sites but to the front and sides, it's sardine city. Big campers are backed up against a tree to the rear and your truck has to go somewhere else, there's no room onsite and less than five "guest parking" spaces.
You need to be darn good at maneuvering your rig to make it into the tiny spaces. If it wasn't for my husband driving tractor trailers for the past 15 years, there's no way we could've gotten in with a 36' camper and dually. Even he had to wiggle and twist for a good 10 minutes before nailing it, and we're really not sure at this point how to ever make it out. The people beside us came in later with a much smaller fifth wheel camper and a regular sized truck. Getting in was nearly impossible for them too. They had to cut the wheel hard, bringing the truck two inches from the shower house, to make it happen. This involved two people guiding the driver and a whole lot of adjustments and corrections.
Unleashed large dogs roam the campsite freely, owners trailing behind at a distance. I haven't noticed any owners trailing behind with cleanup bags either.
There's free wifi but no one offered up a password to access it.
Bring a pallet if you come here. Everyone else has them. If it rains, you'll quickly find out why you needed it. - malik0976
Aug 2010 - $25.00
The motorhome and travel trailer sites are level with gravel parking and grass in between sites. Facilities were clean. The staff were very friendly and accommodating to the campers. They walked the grounds every day and talked to the campers to make sure everything was OK. Easy access to Rock Fork Park and lake. We would stay here again. - Wayne Magill
May 2019 - $32.00
Stayed on full hook up, May 6th--7th & 8th. We really like this campground. Have been coming here for years, always clean & well maintained. - Gary Warwick
May 2019 - $36.00
Very nice. Used as an overnight stop. Lots of open green spaces and lovely lake. Stayed in the lower section directly on the water - no shade but good views. Sites in the 300 section have a margin of grass between, so while they are close together it doesn't feel too crowded. Lack of signage at the turn on North Shore Rd, or maybe we didn't see it in the pouring rain. - Flying Mantis
Oct 2018 - $38.00
The Lakeside loop has full hookups and is very big-rig friendly. There is decent distance between sites. There are no trees or other vegetation separating sites. The sites are paved and level. The upper campground is more crowded with some sites close together. There is a mixture of full hookups, electric only, and primitive. Many sites are shaded. Some of the sites are big-rig friendly, but many are not. There is a nice playground for the youngsters and disc golf and putt-putt available for the rest of us. There is also a good boat launch. A problem we noted was the camphosts would move the tables onto the middle of the site. When you arrived you had to get out and move the table. this could be a problem in bad weather or if you had physical limitations. There was no logical reason for this when we asked. - winnie1
Jun 2019 - $25.00
This is a county fairgrounds near Chillicothe. Beautiful grassy grounds with electric and water hookups. We were one of only two folks in the whole place - they have over 1400 sites! Imagine at fair time it is packed but we were here at the right time. Very quiet spot and not far from the interstate so very convenient. They have had so much rain we were concerned we'd sink in the grass, but we had no problems. - kks
Apr 2015 - $25.00
Easy access, many sites in various areas of the fairgrounds. Power is very good with 20/30/50 available in many areas. Good stopping off point when traveling US35 from Indiana to West Virginia. - Teacher's Pet
Sep 2014 - $25.00
We stayed here for an overnight. Its 5 or 6 miles from the interstate, but is easy to get to. This is a large field divided into lots of sites, and is part of the fairgrounds. Most are level, but not all. We had our pick, since there were only 2 other campers, and effectively had a pull through. Each site has 30amp power and water. Satellite was great. Verizon and ATT both very strong with good Verizon 4G. This was great for an overnight and would be great for the fair. I doubt that it gets very full when the fair is not on. We would stay here again if passing through. - CharlieS