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9 RV Parks near Williamsburg, Ohio
We did however find 9 campgrounds within 25 miles of Williamsburg. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Williamsburg in the left hand column.
Sep 2018 - $49.00
Used address on website and ended up on windy roads to the admin office. After we finally arrived at campground on tiny little roads we discovered it is right off a state highway 32. Close to shopping and restaurants. Large campground with lots of things to do. Paved roads to ride bikes. Adequately Clean bathroom/shower. Lots of trees and shade. Our site was easy to back in and had a level asphalt pad. Not many full hook up sites. Campground map is NOT to scale. - Jan Orlando
Jul 2018 - $31.00
The site map is misleading so when you reserve in advance, you will not know how close or distant you are from the next site or other features. We were just above another site, so we suffered from their constant campfire smoke which went straight into our AC. Their firepit was actually closer to us than to them. (Not their fault). We were able to move to another site the next day. - Sue S
May 2018 - $30.00
Very busy campground on the weekend. There are 416 sites and of that 23 are full hookup. Site was clean and level. All sites are back in. Shower/restrooms are clean however very old with peeling paint. Being a very nice sunny warm weekend the campground was full of families with happy children all out and having a great time. Our loop C was quiet. No wifi but good cell service. We did not get any OTA TV but only have a small antenna. Our site was shady and sites in our loop were a nice distance apart. We believe the sites are only about 35 feet long so many had to park their tow vehicle on the grass beside their site. - Trainspotter
Jul 2018 - $25.00
We stayed at this park before, but wanted to update the review since our recent stay. The shower house and restrooms have been updated. New tile and all new fixtures at the central shower house. Well kept and clean with hot water. There aren't full hook-up sites and the dump station was partially closed. The park staff said the dump station was on its last leg and was going to be updated (hope so). Otherwise, this is a very nice state park. Since it is in our home state, we will definitely return. Sites are spacious and level. - IBpraisingGod
Aug 2017 - $24.00
We camped here for a long weekend and loved it. Driving to the actual park is a bit nerve wracking, as we have a 38ft camper and the park is accessed through narrow back roads. When you arrive at the park, follow signs for camping. Stay to the right, and when you think you have missed it, keep driving and you will dead end at the campground. The campground is deep in the park.
This campground is tucked back into the park a few miles along the lake. Sites are well spaced apart, and all sites a paved and easy to navigate to once inside the park. The attendant student at both the check in desk and the convenience store were very friendly and knowledgeable.
No water hookups at the sites, but various potable water sources throughout the campground. The park is very family friendly and offers a playground that was in decent shape, but could use a little TLC.
We had excellent cell, Verizon, and 4G service. Bath houses were very dated, but clean and stocked. All electric hookups appear to be very close to parking pads; outs was less than 6ft away. We enjoy hiking and this park has one 2 mile trail that needs some maintenance and not much else. Overall we were very pleased and will be back in the same site next time- site 68. - WeisnerFamily4
Aug 2016 - $30.00
A nice state park. It is a small state park, but with mainly spacious and level sites (except ones on hill which are numbers 32-41). Showers could use updating, but we're hot and clean. Trails could also use some pruning back, but the sites were well mowed and clean. Overall, a very nice place to stay. There were some seasonal sites, but things were kept fairly clean and picked up on these sites as well. - IBpraisingGod
Sep 2016 - $20.00
The rate reflects weekly rate divided by 7. This is a long-term park and not really meant for a weekend outing. That being said, when one wants to visit the area for 3 or more nights, the weekly cost of $135/week becomes equal or better than 3 nights at a normal commercial campground at $45/night. We were greeted by the park host on a golf cart as soon as we pulled in. He escorted us to our site, helped me move the picnic table, and then gave me advice on getting into the site. The sites are state park-ish. Electric and water hookup. Some sites are more spacious and typically have long-term residents on them. Riverside sites are all taken, so don't expect one of those for a weekend. There are some really long term units there, but they are are few. No shady characters. Most campers are full timers up north for the summer. There is a dump station near the exit of the park. There is a picnic table and a fire ring at each site. Downtown Cincinnati is about a 15 minute drive from the park. - WineStream
May 2016 - $34.00
We rented a space for the month for $410. The driveway is gravel, the camp site is grass/mud, and you are required to mow your own grass. There is no bathhouse or sewer. The sites on the side that we stayed apparently have a known electrical problem, especially when the camp is busy. We were never told this and we could only run the refrigerator. Our son is disabled and we need full electrical services at all times because he is ventilator dependent and you aren't allowed to run a generator during quiet hours. We had leave our RV and come home during the holiday weekend due to insufficient electricity services. The grounds are very wet due to rain and lack of gravel or paved sites. If you are traveling with an elderly or disabled individual I would not recommend this camping experience. The parks employees are not honest about what sites have adequate hookups. Another couple was moved an hour before we were told our electricity would be an issue for the entire weekend despite prepaying for the month. Only rents by the week or month and no chance of being directly on the river. Those sites have been reserved for years. So what small amount of time we actually were there we spent looking at the back of 5th wheels. People also park in your designated campsite and that seems to be allowed. - charliepom
Sep 2015 - $35.00
We spent five days on a full hookup 50 amp site with a concrete patio. The site had ample room for our 35' and tow. The utilities were convenient and there was a reasonable amount of space between sites. This section of the park looks newer as there were only small trees at the site. Trees line the back of the sites though permitting evening shade. The center road offers concrete pull thrus. We paid $41 for an hour pontoon boat rental and rode around the lake. It was VERY convenient to all things Cincinnati as it was 3 miles S of I275 inside the loop. For a park inside a huge city, this park felt like you were in the country. One complaint: There is an older 30 amp section too. We moved to this area during the weekend. The sites were closer and we had a rude neighbor that had eight cars spend the weekend. Half of these visitors parked on our site.Next time I will tell the VIP about excessive neighbors who don't respect other peoples space. - Tammy7
Sep 2018 - $20.00
Stayed 3 nights in a 43' motorhome. FMCA members only. Great facility. Easy access from I-275- follow web directions. Make reservations online. Check-in, check-out online. Extra day billed directly to CC. Site 11 is level (all sites are level), back-in concrete FHU at rear. Easy to navigate w/BIG Rig. Electric sites are asphalt, side-by-side in front across from dump station. Nice landscaping plenty of room to walk your dog. Walking trail around lake. Close to shopping/restaurants. Good choice when going thru Cincinnati. - RTM
May 2018 - $20.00
FMCA members only. Be aware park is now RESERVATION ONLY, no longer first come first served. You must make reservations by accessing FMCA webpage and choosing campground option and then option for reservation page. You check in and out using this method also. No one at campground to explain or help with new confusing process. Completely full and some people turned away. FMCA recently admitted all RV's, not just motorhomes, to membership so more demand. Water pressure low. Progressive Unit detected low voltage several times and shut down electricity. (Hot and high demand however) Full hook up area and electricity only area. No facilities. Restaurants, shopping, golf, biking and walking trails nearby. - cincychic
May 2018 - $20.00
We stopped here to dump and check out the park. Very very clean, easy to find using the written directions on FMCA page, level sites, lovely landscaping. Excellent overnight stop, or a long weekend. No facilities for children, but if you need a stop in Cincinnati, this is the best of the choices. 4 miles east on US 32, there is a huge shopping complex, Try either Skyline or Gold Star Chili. There is also Holman Buick/RV in that area, excellent RV service area, and Colerain RV is across town as well. Don't miss Jungle Jim's Grocery store in the Eastgate shopping area... it's one of a kind! - DebbieT in Alabama
Jun 2018 - $25.00
Absolutely beautiful setting for this large recreational park on the lake. It depends on what you are going there for (fishing, riding, camping) but our experience as a CAMPER was not our favorite. Rolling hills make it very difficult to find a spot on level ground; even many tents looked tilted on the slope. A majority of the narrow paved pads are sloped and are placed at challenging-to-access angles. The (only) "bathhouse" is located up on the hill, and was a good 4-5 minute walk from our campsite, and we were at one of the closest "improved" sites. Most people drove their cars to get there. Relatively clean, but only tolerable, as far as facilities are concerned: 3 toilets, 2 sinks, and one large ugly shower with a broken handicapped seat and water that drained poorly on an uneven floor. AJ Jolly is a beautiful place, but for camping itself, it was not much more than adequate. - LooziAnna
Nov 2014 - $35.00
Stayed in the equestrian campground due to size of camper (35 ft.) but did not have horse. Large level gravel space with water and electric. Lake was short distance from site so easy access with kayaks. Road bikes around park without any issues. Very peaceful and quiet setting. Fishing, golf course and wonderful environmental education center on site. Local winery very short distance away. - NKyCampers
May 2014 - $20.00
This was our first trip in our RV. This park is very poor. The park is not clean, They have 26 "Improved electric" sites available. The sites are very small - almost too small for a pop-up camper. They are basically small uneven pads on a hill close to the lake. Would be good for a tent but not for any type of camper. The park is gate controlled and if you have visitors they must pay for the vehicle to be on the grounds. There was a boat race on the lake the weekend that we camped. It was very loud and could be dangerous. I made reservations but was not notified of this high speed boat race. The boats started very early and went on into the evening. Park was staffed with what appeared to be high school kids that did not care. - depguy
Sep 2017 - $45.00
We stayed in a pull through site. The employees/owner were very nice. The park itself was nice. As has been noted, it is tight. We tow a Jayco A-Frame type fold down with an extension on the front to carry things, so it is 22 feet long. There are some spots given my skill level at towing, I would not have wanted to try. The sites are small. Having done a lot of camping at state parks this year we got kind of spoiled with larger sites. The pool was very nice and still open past labor day. What surprised me most was the showers were pay showers. .25 cents for 2.5 minutes. I have never seen that before. While clean both the bathrooms and showers were in need of updating. Very old. Overall a nice place. We would return. - npdchief7
Jun 2017 - $47.00
The park was clean and the service was friendly. The office was closed when we showed up on Sunday afternoon but one of owners opened up the store so we could check in and buy firewood. Then pointed out our spot. - Bull205
Jul 2016 - $60.00
We stayed on their premium site which is site 80. It has a poured patio, which is nice, a charcoal grill, patio furniture, and fire pit.
This is not a full hook up campground. They have a gray water drain which is only a 1 1/2 inch drain pipe, so you can't use your regular sewer hose to dump your gray water. Owners/operators were friendly, pool was nice, and most of the folks we met around the campground were friendly as well. Smaller campground, so I believe they can only accommodated a few big rigs. Most interior roads are gravel, but in good shape. - jmcmanama
Sites: 27 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 1 Reviews
Nov 2018 - $18.00
The rate quoted above is the monthly rate of $550 divided by the 30 days we stayed. We made reservations here to spend time in the area with family. The managers are very nice and accommodating and we communicated with them several times before arrival. The park itself is not very nice at all. It's mostly old mobile homes and some semi-permanent RVs (ranging from 25-year-old trailers with junk around to a half-million dollar tag axle diesel pusher). We were originally assigned to one site, but "... someone moved in to that site" before we arrived. I can only assume that it was preferable to the site where we ended up (anything would be, though). We are full-timers and I'm pretty good at backing our 36' fifth wheel with a crew cab, long bed, dual rear wheel truck into tight spaces - but this is the tightest space I've ever had to deal with. With the trailer on one side of us having a slide extended a two feet over our pad to a work van parked at the very edge of our extremely narrow space on the other, I had to rock back and forth in the narrow roadway and put the truck and trailer at almost a 90 degree able to get in... but we got it done. The tiny spaces and dumpy environment aren't the things we dislike the most, though. Directly across the fence behind us (the back of the rig is 4 - 5 feet from the fence - not counting the bike rack) is a furniture factory. The noise pollution is TERRIBLE! The low frequency droning noises I can handle, but the high frequency constant squeal and a very noisy compressor that cycles about every minute has caused me to get out my earplugs to sleep at night. We didn't see much of the other park residents, but those we did see were very nice. There aren't many RVing options in the Cincinnati area. The county parks are seasonal, have stay limitations and and have poor availability. To get something else, one has to go 45 minutes out of town and pay $40/night. - Second Chance
Jun 2018 - $33.00
Pleasant stay. Lots of short trails. Small swimming beach. Good lake for sailing. - GregAndKatie
Jun 2017 - $28.00
Nice park. No one-day reservations on weekends. Old bathroom but clean. Lots of families at campground. Lake has American Lotus, a type of water lily. - GregAndKatie
May 2017 - $28.00
Electric good, well keep grounds, campground nearly empty, lots of lakefront though sites are not near water. Small beach but pleasant stay. Road to state park is quite twisty and not much to do nearby unless you are a boater or first-person at the lake. - Jitime40