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4460 Walnut Rd Buckeye Lake, OH 43008
4460 Walnut RoadUSOhioBuckeye Lake43008
(740) 928-0706koa.com
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Boaters, water-skiers and anglers converge for fun on 3,000-acre Buckeye Lake, east of the capital city.
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Colette Christiansen
in the last week
One of our favorites! This place has everything. Tents, cabins, deluxe cabins, pull through for up to 52 feet. Pet walk, places for children to play, everything. No restaurant though. Great place for groups and reunions. Cable. Free Wifi. Wifi codes are for one device only however. Very level sites. Mature trees, very nice sites. Staff is excellent. We stop here at least 4 times a year.
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Gary Walters
a year ago
I have camped here on numerous occasions. Rest Room facilities by the Office were upgraded in early 2009, which my companion thought was outstanding, compared to other campgrounds she had been to. A little pricey, but for what is available for a family, worth the extra price for a clean site. Have used a tent on most visits, but took a cabin in 2011, and worth the cost, as it had A/C which made it great for sleeping at night. Town is nearby for light dinners, and pizza delivers onsite. Wi-Fi access available if desired. There is also a fenced in dog run to let your pooch get a little bit of exercise. Ownership has been very nice to over the years, and the Staff has been nice also. Only slight issue is the 'Quiet Time' at night, which is too early for the adults, who want to visit us at campgrounds.
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A Google User
3 years ago
Talk about being treated so disrespectfull! This was our first KOA camping experience. We are a huge camping family with 5 children and we were so excited about our little get-a-way. I must say, the young girl at the front desk was the nicest young lady, the other clerks could use a lesson from her when it comes to courtesy! We checked in and not more than 30 minutes later a big storm rolled in. That ment all the activities were closed down. I had asked the young lady if we were able to use the wrist bands tomorrow and she had said no problem and even gave me a 1pm checkout. I brought the key in the next day and was told by another clerk that I was going to be charged $1 per hour per person (7) for staying past 11am. I told her that there was no mention of charge from the young lady when we spoke the day prior and she told me I would have to speak to the owner. He was already busy mind you tearing another lady apart for wanting a early check in which was told by a manager that there was no problem doing that. This "man" called the owner was a complete jerk. The stinking campground was more than half empty and the other half was flooded. He ruined it for us. To change our whole opinion over $30.00. He was rude, nasty and had no concept of having good customer service. He even said he was tired of people trying to get something for nothing! He did let the fee go but not before he gave us a piece of his mind. He had the gull to belittle that lady to me after she left crying. Not knowing her husband was in the store he jumped the owner for disrespecting his wife and being so rude. I will give other KOA's a chance but as for going back to this one, forget it!
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A Google User
6 years ago
Campground has a lot of activities. On the downside, there is hardly any room between yourself and the camper next to you or the road. The sewer for the trailer next to you is right next to your table where you eat your meals. If you are there during the weekend, watch out for loud music Saturday evening that you can hear throughout the whole campground until 10:30 at night, Sunday we had to put up with people watching a race on the large screen TV until 11:00 pm. If you have small children that can't stay up that late, I don't recommend staying here.
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Kristie Ackerman
9 months ago
Our camping experience was less than satisfying. The sites are incredibly small -- and to make it worse we were unknowingly put in a "buddy" site. Luckily for our neighbors they got there first and took up the majority of the site. Not so lucky for us. We were told there were no other sites available, yet over the weekend we saw several open. This is the most we have ever paid for a site. While there were many activities for kids and the restrooms/showers were clean, we would NOT return.
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Ben Stone
a year ago
This is a pricy, but nice park. This is not a quiet, out of the way, remote, secluded location; which is what it seems other commenter want. This is a great destination for a car show, or a convention, or some other activity. Big common areas, big roofed seating area, nice fenced dog area, easy in-out for big rigs. Lots of cabins and tent camping. Lots of high end pluses. Nice pool, nice children's area, close to the lake, close to stores. On the down side, the internet sucks. One device connection that barely works. If you have more than one device, don't bother paying for the extra. We had to rely on our Verizon connection to post this review.
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A Google User
4 years ago
I arrived late in the evening, about 5 minutes prior to the font desk closing. They were prompt and efficient and they had a staffer guide me to my campsite. He was helpful in getting me hooked up and made sure I was fine before he left. I thought the price was expensive, I paid about $50 with my KOA membership, and I felt the campsites were cramped and uninteresting (mostly gravel). The bathrooms were not very clean in my one encounter with them and they looked like they needed some reconditioning.
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Will Miracle
2 years ago