Yes. There is a daily admission fee to come into the park. Visiting the campground is included as well as swimming and picnic grounds. There is an additional fee to use the Water Park.
Can we come to the park just for the day and use the amenities of the beach, picnic grounds and Water Park?
Yes. The beach is open daily during the season and is included with any campsite, cabin and also daily guests.
No. Each member of the party can get these if height and age restrictions are met. Passes can be purchased for one or two days.
No. The lake is privately owned and fishing licenses are not required.
The lake supports many natural Ohio species such as Large & Small Mouth Bass,Yellow Perch, Crappie, Silver and Channel catfish, and many Blue Gill. Fish are stocked each year or two to increase the fish population. White Amur (grass eating carp) are also stocked to combat seaweed in the lake.
Yes. There is a daily fee or a yearly pass available.This helps to offset lake expenses of stocking. Fish may be kept if size requirement is met. There is no charge to fish in the fish ponds but they are all catch and release. Ponds are also stocked.
Yes. Dogs are welcome but must be non-vicious, kept on a leash, under control and quiet.
All campsites are pet friendly. Some cabins are pet friendly but not all of them. Dogs cannot go on the sand at the beach but there is a Bowser Swimming Area by the boat launch. Dogs are allowed to go on rental pontoons and golf carts.
Yes. We will need a paper copy of your golf cart insurance. Licensed drivers only are allowed to drive. The cart can be gas or electric and there is a fee for your stay. The cart cannot be a side by side or other recreational vehicle. It must be a true golf cart.
Yes. We have a primitive area, Keyhole Run, for tents where several tents may camp together. There are no designated sites so you can pick your own spot.
Yes. You will not need the sewer but the site will have electric, water, picnic table, fire ring and most have cement patios.
No. Only one RV unit or tent per site. The second unit will have to get their own site and sign up separately.
Yes and no. There is no cell signal that reaches into our valley. Some people are able to make calls or text on the WIFI.
Yes. The road coming off of St Rt 152 is a township road and is pretty steep and curvy. However, many large RVs have no problem navigating the road and return often. Tractor trailers, cement trucks and school buses use the road almost daily. Put your tow vehicle in low gear and take your time coming down the hill.
No. Cabins are available for short term only, 2 nights to a week.
Yes, seasonal sites are rented for 12 months if returning the next year. Campers may stay on their site when a fall deposit is made for the next year. Call the office for seasonal availability.
Memorial Day is the traditional time for water activities to begin in Ohio. These include: swimming, the water park, kayaks, paddle boats, paddle boards and bumper boats.
Labor Day is the traditional time for these activities to close for the fall and winter. The water park will be open including Labor Day. When school starts the last few weeks of August, the water area may not be available on weekdays due to staffing. Most employees have gone back to school, but we will be open on weekends.