Family owned campground. Located just 4 miles off I-70, exit 186 then north on Wintergreen Road (OH 285) large sign at drive way.
Non aggressive pets permitted. Pets must be under control at all times, on leash if necessary.
Clean up after your pet unless you are well away from any area that may have foot traffic.
You can NOT drive up to our dump station, use your waste water tote for free or hire our "Honey Wagon".
Generator? Depends on how much noise it makes.
We do NOT have a set "quiet time", please be considerate of others.
Children must be supervised, especially when using the swing set or other camp ground equipment. All equipment is used at your own risk. Please alert us to any required maintenance!
Please do not climb our trees (we have a lot of fruit trees).
Fire wood available, payment via honor system.
Please leave your site clean...especially no cigarette butts.
- your stay is free (if you don't need hookups). We hope you'll consider staying longer or return to enjoy our campground at our regular rates.
We are located on a state highway. We have a gravel drive. Turning around would involve backing up unless the ground is hard enough to support your vehicle (we don't want ruts). You would have to back into or out of the site. Our property is mostly level, the site itself has a slight grade as you pull off the driveway but then levels out some.
If you choose to unhitch, the tow vehicle can be parked either across the front of the site or in front of our detached garage, about 75' away.
We are open year round, however, we close the shower house and shut off our water system to prevent freeze damage in the winter.
Salt Fork State Park entrance is approx 5 miles. Restaurant, swimming, boating, golf, hiking and other activities available.
Closest restaurant is 1.5 miles. Many others within 13 miles.
Horseback riding available nearby.
Tour Mosser Glass factory.
Seneca Lake approx. 15 miles with restaurant, swimming, boating and other activities. Tour the fish hatchery.
Attractions less than an hour away include The Wilds, John and Annie Glenn Historical Museum, National Road - Zane Grey Museum, Warther Carving Museum and many more.