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14 RV Parks near Yorkville, Ohio
We did however find 14 campgrounds within 25 miles of Yorkville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Yorkville in the left hand column.
Aug 2015 - $32.00
This is by far the worst campground there is. I have been camping many years and have never seen anything like this. The roads (ditches) to get to the sites are potholed, rutted and no RV should ever go on them. I was taken to two sites that it was totally impossible to get my 35ft Winney into, then taken to a third site that was flooded because of a water leak some where. I parked on the wrong side of the patio, as I sure could not have gotten into the other side. Then when I tried to hook into water and sewer, there was none. Was asked if I could not go one night without water and sewer. I said no and demanded a refund of my $32. Was told no refunds. I talked to the owner and she told me they would put the money back on my card. Which as of 3 1/2 weeks later they still have not. Please if you are traveling this way, STAY AWAY from this "campground".
By far one if not the worst campground in the USA. - earlhop
Jul 2015 - $32.00
I am currently still staying here and will be here until November. My boyfriend and our two children ( 2 year old and 4 month old) in lot 1 we like it here and have no complaints we are actually helping fix the place up so that way the negative comments can stop! It's not that bad here honestly if it was we wouldn't still be here. The owner is an excellent person to get along with and so are the employees! I haven't had rides to get to point a to point b and they have offered anytime i needed to go somewhere! They are not rude at all like most comments say! Yes I think this is a great place to stay if you are wanting a one night stay or monthly! Lots are nice some lots wooded some concrete electric trash water sewage and cable included very nice place
Thanks. - Ashley1215
Jul 2009 - $32.00
This is off Exit 11 on Interstate 70. They have a permanent section and a temporary section. The front permanent section looks easy to get into and is close to the office. The temporary section is up the hill and very cumbersome to drive to, rutted road. Let's say, I held my breath. The manager was very nice and led in front of me to show me which spots I could choose from. The temporary area is quite rustic, despite having full hookups. Lots of trees, and great shade. Sites are far from being level. The sites were so out of level, I didn't even bother putting down my stabilizers. I had trouble with my cable connection, it wouldn't work. So, the owner and someone in the next spot over helped to get it working. Let's just say, you don't want to know how they got it working. The manager knew I was traveling alone and didn't have a tow car and said if I needed anything, they would get it for me. The manager is willing to do anything to help you out. I thought that $32 was a bit pricey, but this may be average for this area, and since it was July 4th time, beggars can't be choosers. The manager told me that a shopping area was about half a mile away, but I didn't check this out. I just stayed put in my RV for three days, after holding my breath to get up the rutted road. The manager said it's ok to unhook and go in and out if needed. This is ok for an overnight, but wouldn't use if for a destination. It was pretty quiet during my stay. - DXSMac
Aug 2019 - $20.00
This campground is new, primarily built to provide temporary housing for oil and gas workers but will take short-time travelers. Sites are short and close, many require levelers. Electricity was good, water pressure low. No cable or OTA channels. Verizon cell phones worked well. Longer term residents were friendly, tidy and quiet. We were in one of the sites on the lowest row, practically hanging over I-70. Road noise was a problem for me, even with my normally perfect sound machine. No onsite office, reservations are handled over the phone with a leasing agent. - Mom_of_Two
Nov 2019 - $2.00
I came here knowing there were no hookups or even potable water anywhere in the area. Knowing that going in it was enjoyable. Small quiet campground and it’s free. Paved roads and pads. - Mjulf01
Jul 2007 - $16.00
This campground is divided into 4 different areas. 3 of the 4 areas are permanent sites, the other area is one large field, and this is for the weekenders. No designated sites, everyone just sets up wherever they wish, muddy sites, and no one runs this place. Also, you have to pay $5 for a key to the bathroom, and they are filthy. Never stay here again!!!! - darjen
May 2005 - $16.00
This is a very nice park that has 300 level sites and a couple of fishing lakes. Interior roads were gravel. We camped in the 5A section which was a wide open grassy field with very wide sites. This section was on a hill top and the lakes were at the bottom of the hill. If walking to lakes be prepared for a trek up hill back to your campsite. Several permanent sites and most people had golf carts to get around. Only 30 amp service available and no sewage but they do have a dump station. No reservations required. A great place to get away and relax. Very people friendly park. We will return for another visit. - cleo1948
Sep 2019 - $30.00
A lovely state park not far off I70. Paved interior roads with easy maneuvering. We stayed in Campground A with full 50 amp hookup. Most sites are short so check the length on line before booking. The description also indentifies which sites are not level. Heavily treed so satellite not available. Could only receive 4 OTA channels with the antenna. Paved level site with concrete pad with picnic table and a concrete pad for the electric, water and sewer hookup. AT&T was weak but workable. Going south on Rt 149 there is a sign for the campground. The first building encountered is the administrative office where they told us how to get to the check in office in an old rustic cabin. Don’t know if there’s another entrance that goes directly to the checkin cabin. Many electric only sites in this large campground. The State plans on installing more FHU sites in the near future. - Team Asphalt
Jun 2019 - $38.00
Camped in a 35" motorhome. We are self-contained so cannot comment on restrooms/shower facilities. Stayed in site #14 - full hookup Pros- - Lots of trees - Pretty spacious site - Very nice playground - It had rained pretty hard the day prior to our arrival and our site was muddy - standing water and mud. We went to the office and they quickly had someone bring bales of straw and spread it all over the site. We were very appreciative as there were no other sites available that weekend. Cons - - Will pick a different site next time. - Gina A
Sep 2018 - $30.00
We stayed overnight on our way to MN to visit family. Very clean park. Large sites but be careful if you have a longer rig. Ours is 36 ft and we would have some issues with some sites. - Karen Fredrickson
Jul 2017 - $1.00
Can't complain too much about a free campground. The campground is small, just seven sites, all small and paved, but none are level. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring, and there are trash cans and gray water dumps place every few sites, but no full service dump station. Weak Verizon service, but it was there. Just pit toilets, well stocked, but not the best. On a Saturday night in July I was all alone in this campground, it was very dark and very quiet. Local sheriff rolled through the campground once in the evening, but that was it. Nice stay and chance to get away from it all, I will return. - Cyclonic