This is a working farm with a cow, calf and donkey you can pet. You can park your RV in front of the fence or text for gate code. 110 electricity is at the concrete circle. You can roast marshmallows on the firepit. Nearby attractions include The Scioto River, Alum Creek State Park, Delaware State Park, Tanger Outlet Stores.
- Check in: After 8AM
- Check out: Before 8PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 33% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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It has good potential but it needs to be kept mowed. I had to battle weeds taller than me to get to the 110 electric outlet. There was a car with the back window broken out, a fallen down tent and bags of trash around the campsite area. It wouldn't take much to make it a nice area to camp in. I had work to do so just got that done while there.
It's an old farm, but a safe cheap
There are things in the listing that I did not find. The common areas are high with weeds, I did not find the out house not did I see any animals, all of which do not matter to me. However, there was no water on in the barn so that kind of ticked me off or maybe you have to wait for it but it seemed a long wait.
It is a cheap place to park, if you have a nice rig you might want to stay on the corner next to the road, my needs were met, and I would stop again .
Some of the really nice things about this place is it is fairly quiet even being so close to the road. There are a ton of parks along the river coming up from Columbus.
The zoo is close by.
We left upon arrival
We left upon arrival. It is on a busy road and we couldn’t access the electric without disturbing what appeared to be a long-term tenant (ac was running in a very small camper on a 70 degree day-with no vehicles in sight, so we couldn’t have asked them to move the camper in order to access electric). Every structure on the property was in some stage of collapse so I’m not sure where the cow and donkey could safely be residing, but we didn’t see them. We had asked Vera in advance about the horseback riding which was advertised as being nearby, and she gave us the name of a horse boarder. It didn’t appear from their website that they provided riding to the general public, but we emailed them to inquire and got no response after a week. If you’re traveling through the state and on a very strict budget, you may consider staying here. Otherwise, this is not a place of peace and solitude to go camping and/or relax. You get what you pay for, as they say.
I added an extra night to my trip and needed a place to pitch my tent halfway through. This site worked perfectly for what I needed. It was raining when we arrived, so ended up going into Columbus to explore and eat. So I didn’t spend much time other than sleeping there. But it was a perfect in between spot. Thank you!
Worst camp experience !!!
This was the worst camping stay I’ve experienced.
The camp site was not as advertised, an overgrown patch of grass behind a barn, both filled and surrounded with junk and trash.
Despite being advertised, there was no shower or toilet and definitely no hot water. When asked about it, I was told that the shower was “under construction”. If I wanted hot water, I could “heat some water and do a Milk Jug shower. There's a water spigot in the stables and a gas grill in the far cow barn"...
Upon arrival, we spoke to a couple who was tasked with taking care of the animals. They laughed at the suggestion that there might be a toilet— pointing to a poorly constructed and feces covered toilet lid over a wooden frame. (They made it clear that the camp owner had a habit of exaggerating and over-selling the location and amenities.)
The owner had no intention of greeting guests or making the camp location welcoming at all.
I would not suggest anyone stay here, especially without being fully and truthfully informed on what to expect...