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10 RV Parks near West Milton, Ohio
We did however find 10 campgrounds within 25 miles of West Milton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near West Milton in the left hand column.
Oct 2019 - $222.00
Cabin 701-we were very unhappy with the cleanliness, smelled of rotten food, rotten food in the fridge and in the sink. There was food, like popcorn which is very visible, on the table and window ledges. Nothing has been wiped down and there was dog hair all over the floors. In addition the plates and cups were filthy as well. It's very apparent the cabin had not really been cleaned all year based off the amount of dirt stuck along the base boards and on the cabinets. For $240 a night I do expect that the the rotten food be removed from fridge and sink and the surfaces be wiped down and the floor swept. In addition the door did not stay shut and after working on it I was able to resolve that issue. **Update - I received a blanket statement from corporate saying I'd have to work out my concerns with local KOA, Local KOA was contacted first and have never heard back from them. - jb2015
Sep 2019 - $55.00
We wanted to like this park because it was convenient to I70 and it’s in a pleasant setting. We requested a satellite available site in the online reservation and when we checked in. It wasn’t busy and there were plenty of open sites. They put us in a site with trees totally blocking the satellite. Cable only had a few local analog channels. We could have requested to move as the site two down from us was open without trees but we were hot and tired and just didn‘t feel like moving. Owners should know which sites are satellite friendly for roof satellites. We paid the 4.00 up charge for 50 amps. We’d rather it was just included in the site price than be an extra charge. No Wifi available. After spending time trying to connect to 5 different sites to no avail, we asked one of the fellows going by, who I think was an owner, who said it was down. The parts had come but they hadn’t a chance to repair it. Would have been nice to know this when we checked in. Wifi is essential when one is on the road for planning or working. Yes, there is road noise but you know that from the location. No surprise there. The CG has potential but perhaps the owners need a little more knowledge of what’s important to their customers. We’d stay again in hope that these problems would be solved. Didn’t notice anything bad about the water as noted in some previous reviews. The sites are close as are typical in KOAs that were built in the 70s. - Team Asphalt
Jul 2019 - $40.00
Usually, KOAs have lots of signs on the roads that help you find the park but this one, not so much. It was a little hard to find. The site was gravel and fairly level but we were close to our neighbors and their hook-up. Here's a first: we get a KOA discount but then I was charged an extra $4 "up-charge" for 50 amp. So the total charge/discount came to a wash. I have never heard of an "up-charge" for anything at any park. Strange. - Linda dlm
Sep 2017 - $25.00
We camp here every year to attend the Southern Ohio Forge & Anvil (SOFA) Blacksmith convention. This is a large county fairground with an active horse training facility and trotter track. It's a historic property and fairly well maintained. Camping with electric-only service is offered in the front and back fields. The front area has some road noise, the back section is quieter. Both areas are big rig accessible. A few paved sites with shared water connections are also adjacent to the grandstand, but those spots are not offered through the SOFA conference. Camping during SOFA is quite crowded. Shared electric service for 4 sites is provided on poles placed throughout open grassy areas, so everybody crams around the poles and you're right on top of each other. Tent campers also take up precious electric sites making the front area a real jumble, even though there's plenty of other fields to set up a tent. If you need electric service, there's more room to spread out in the back section than in the front. For a big gathering like SOFA, we're glad to have camping provided, even if it's a tight squeeze. And plan to come early if you want an electric site at SOFA-most spots are filled by noon on Friday! - Flying Mantis
Aug 2019 - $28.00
We were visiting Piqua on business and this was the closest campground I could find. As another reviewer stated, it is smack-dab in the middle of a cornfield, but it is a nice place to stay. There are a lot of permanent campers in this park, but we found a nice back-in site and stayed for the weekend. Many of the sites are just on grass, but the ground was firm and there hadn't been any recent rain so it was no problem at all. Power and water hookups were within easy reach, although there are no sewer hookups. From what I could see to get to the dump station required traveling over this short narrow bridge that didn't look like it would support a car, although there were motorhomes on the other side so obviously it's safe, just not something I wanted to navigate. Over-the-air TV worked pretty well, but no cable was available and cell-phone service (AT&T) was weak, but it worked (depending on which side of the motorhome I sat on lol). Office staff was super friendly and accomodating. While we were there, they were having a golf cart show & shine, figure 8 races and all sorts of golf cart events. It looked fun. - sixtires58
Jun 2018 - $28.00
This campground is literally in the middle of a cornfield, however, there is plenty to see and do both in camp and the surrounding area for the entire family. The Camp is very relaxing and straddles a meandering creek ending in a pond that offers fishing. There is a full service RV dealership and store on site. Most of the campers are long term tenants. - T E Barnhizer
Apr 2017 - $28.00
Nice campground. No full hookup sites. Quiet campground. You get to pick what site you want. There is a nice creek running through the campground. Good campground for group camping or family reunion camp out. - onetwin
Sites: 54 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 26 Reviews
Jul 2019 - $25.00
A military FamCamp that requires full access to a military installation to use. Well utilized so reservation is a necessity. Only 54 spaces, all 30/50 amp and water (decent pressure), 40 FHU but good dump station on-site for the other 14 sites. All sites asphalt with concrete patio and nice table. PT and BI all easily handle 41-45 foot rig plus toad. Separate parking area for trailer/tow dolly. Well maintained, nice grassy area, good space between sites. Peaceful if you don't mind reveille at 0730 and colors at 1700. Next to Bass Lake for water access. - We Two III
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
May 2017 - $20.00
For a fairground this place is pretty good. They have some full hookups, some with electric and water, and some with only electric that are more in the center of what I would assume is the fair activity, like the midway or near the animal barns. We had water and 50-amp electric, and pulled through to take up two spots with our 45' fifth wheel and HDT. Not a problem the way they're laid out. I spoke with the ladies in the office at the grandstand the next morning and they said that taking up two spots wasn't an issue. There wasn't anyone else around, and with 600 total spots.... it's self-service, pick your spot and leave the money in an envelope. The showers are in the campground/Speed building. They were pretty awful. They looked clean and had really good water flow, but the water didn't drain so even if you shut it off when you weren't rinsing you were still standing in 2-3 inches of water. Fortunately the cement rim kept it from overflowing into the rest of the bathroom, which was fairly clean considering it's near a horse barn. We think there might be another bathhouse with showers, but with the park empty the only one open was the one closest to the horse barns, where people were pretty active with the trotters. It was fun to see them working the horses. The sites would be very close together (and are designed for much smaller trailers) if they were all full, but the only time that happens is during the fair. We had the whole area to ourselves, and it was wonderful with all the green grass and huge shade trees. Plenty of room to pick a site with or without trees, as you choose. There's no non-fair camping during the month of August. No reservations, just come on in. You can ride your bike around the fairgrounds, lots of paved roads, and of course there are the horses. Rustic accomodations, no picnic tables or fire pits, but it rained most of the time we were here anyway. We would stay here again if we're in the area. - Denise and Glenn
Jun 2011 - $15.00
Keep in mind this is a Fairground, but large area for walking or riding your bike. Grass Sites, some full hook-up, some with just electric. Close to grocery and fast food. Great Steakhouse across the street "Fairlawn Steakhouse". We stayed for a month. Eldora Speedway is maybe 30 minutes away. Dayton, Ohio is about 30 minutes away also. There is a "Kitchen Aid" store downtown where they sell mixers & small appliances. If ever around the area I would stay here again. - RVman3252
Aug 2019 - $41.00
Rate is with 1% charge for using my credit card which I was told about AFTER the fact. Railroad sounds like it's in our living area. Lots of trailers scattered willy-nilly, trash lying around. Office was a mess to put it mildly! - Texascheetah
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
Aug 2018 - $50.00
Sites narrow and close. Interior roads narrow! Long way off of I-70 - not really conducive for an overnighter! No wifi. No TV. Very clean. Nicely groomed. Lots of seasonals with well maintained sites. - CSM Carolyn
Sep 2017 - $54.00
This out-of-the-way campground is way over-priced compared to most parks in America for what you receive. The price quoted was a weekly rate with discount. For that, we got a gravel site with concrete patio pull thru, picnic table and fire ring. What we did not get was any cable TV, low water pressure, and very poor wifi (owner hot spot) along with gravelly, uneven roads that were very tight for a 42 foot 5th wheel. Most of the people staying here were seasonal with only a handful of overnight sites available. This part of Ohio (near Dayton) has a lack of nice RV parks in convenient areas. - DIXIEDUALLY2013
Jun 2017 - $50.00
Arrowhead Campground is exceptionally clean and beautiful. It is well-maintained by the owners who are personally involved in the upkeep and maintenance. I don't think anyone can find a campground as meticulous as Arrowhead. Our only negative as reflected by the rating I gave as being "Satisfactory" is that if you are looking for a one-night, in-and-out type of campground while traveling on I-70, this is not the place. We passed by other campgrounds which were much closer to the highway on our 10 mile journey to find Arrowhead. It's not even in the same county as the others, so don't be fooled by the New Paris designation for it's locale. However, I'm very glad we found it and stayed overnight. It's a superior, but pricey, campground for the casual traveler. - rvrose
Jun 2019 - $28.00
Nice Park across the road from a Lake. Difficult to access and poor signage directing you to campground. Registration office is difficult to access with trailer in tow. - Ironmikey72
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 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