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Ron Gurth

Very nice, clean campground run by the Village of Plain City. There are 60 sites total, including 4 primitive/tent sites. All sites have tables and fire rings, and (except for tentsites) water and electric hookups. Most are 20-30-50 amp, but some are 20-30 only. Restrooms and showers are very clean. The grass sites (1-38) are a tad snug, and careful parking/set up is important so you don’t infringe on a neighbor. And some of these sites may not be usable during spring rains. The remaining sites (39-56) are spacious with long gravel pads, and plenty of space between sites. All these have 20-30-50 amp service. One (40) has a sewer connection. (There is a good dump station on site, and if needed, a local service that pumps out your gray and black tanks for a reasonable fee). There are large mature trees throughout the park, providing great shade. The park is located close to Columbus area and it’s easy to find lots of activities.

Posted Sep 12, 2019 by Ron Gurth from Ohio. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.

Mary Lynn M

Quiet and well-maintained, though we don’t use the restrooms or showers. New this year, they have quite a few gravel sites where you shouldn’t get stuck if there’s s lot of rain. The Parks and Rec director for Plain City manages this park (and the pool, etc.), and is friendly and very helpful! Municipal water and electric connections are standard.

Posted Aug 26, 2019 by Mary Lynn M from Ohio. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.

Moonrover

This is a laid back city owned park. Since it is connected with the fairgrounds, you should call ahead to see if the entire park has been reserved for some group activity. The yearly steam power show is a big deal, and floods the area with tourists. However when there are no fairgrounds activities, this park is very quiet. Parking is on grass under huge oak trees. It is probably best to drop a towed car at the entry pavilion if you have one, then drive the car around to select a parking spot. Some sites may be pull-through, but are not easily noticed as such. Lush grass conceals them. Avoid this park in soggy, rainy weather! Not all parking areas have a firm gravel base, and you won't know until you pull into a site.

Posted Apr 30, 2014 by Moonrover from Dublin, OH. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.



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