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Le site de camping est ouvert de 01 April jusqu'à 31 October
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Buckeye Lake/Columbus East KOA

4460 Walnut Road
43008, Buckeye Lake
Ohio, États-Unis

Come and relax in our park-like setting with lots of trees and open space. We are an easy on and off from Interstate 70 (1.5 miles from interstate), but we don't have highway noise. Enjoy our long, level shady pull through sites, ideal for big rigs or smaller campers. We have fifteen cozy, sleeping Camping Cabins or Four full service Deluxe Cabins complete with kitchen and bathroom waiting for you and your family. If you prefer being out with nature, we have a large, shaded primitive tent area. All sites have easy access to 3 bathroom/shower facilities. Camp with all the amenities in our Deluxe big rig sites complete with patio furniture, fire ring, patio light, swing, large stamped concrete patio, grill, WiFi, cable or satellite accessible. This is a beautiful family campground situated on 40 acres. Let Fido take you for a walk in our "Bark Park". This is an enclosed area for our 4-legged campers complete with agility structures for those pets that want to exercise more than walking. Also, we have professionally structured mini golf, shuffleboard courts, and playground equipment. We also have a jumping pillow, basketball goal, horseshoes, pedal carts, swimming pool, large game room, Gem Mine, and Sand Volleyball court. Look at our Events to see our themed weekends and what we have planned for you. We are the closest KOA to Columbus, Ohio's state capital, state fairgrounds, Ohio State University, Denison University, German Village and National Trails/NHRA race track. Easy day trips to Ohio's Amish country, AMA Museum, Longaberger Baskets, Columbus Zoo and more. Our entire staff is ready to greet and meet you. Come create some memories in Central Ohio at our President's & Founders Award Winning KOA.

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Anglais (US)
We selected this KOA so our grandkids could enjoy the activities - except there weren't any. We stayed 9 nights and they only had 2 activities the entire time, on Sat.--with a "schedule" for Saturday unavailable until Saturday morning. Very unusual based on our experience at other KOAs, disappointing. Pros: Nice office and store, great people in the office--especially Thomas, some lovely wooded sites, easy to navigate in motorhome, fire ring, firewood delivered to site (and if unopened, can return for refund), trash pickup at each site. Comfortable pool with clean cement deck. Cons: Grounds and sites are neglected. Though we saw at least 4 staffed golf carts every day--often resting near office to guide to sites, none seemed to be cleaning up. Poles knocked down, lots of junk stacked around buildings. Our site was littered with scraps of paper, popsicle stick, dog poop when we arrived. On grass-cutting day no one blew/swept the grass off our patio or the steps to the motorhome--it was carpeted everywhere. The bounce pad for the kids was often unavailable (not open, not staffed) and it was filthy. Our girls white socks were black after one session. One day we got a message that the game room was closed due to being vandalized the evening before; twice we got messages that the water was shut off for repairs. Cable TV down for season (though not mentioned in advance). Crater-sized pothole at the campground exit. We camped at Buckeye Lake / Columbus East KOA Holiday in a Motorhome
1 an depuis

Anglais (US)
Heading out for the first time this year my first stop was at this campground. When parking my camper I noticed several incompatibilities with my campsite. First, the electric and sewer hookups were located some distance apart and the small concrete pad (patio?) made it impossible for me to park my camper with the front door over the patio without an additional sewer line and an additional electrical line. The fire ring was located next to the driveway (like a foot). So if I parked my camper where I would step out onto the concrete pad, I would need an additional 10' of electric, 10' of sewer hose and I couldn't use the fire pit without burning up my camper. This park has several permanent sites. I met a couple of the permanent folks. Nice friendly types. KOA employees were polite. Even with the Covid restrictions placed on the parks checking in was smooth and seamless. The campground was clean. Roadways were in good condition. 40# of water pressure and seemed to be city water. They do have cable. I did hook it up however it was next to useless, having poor quality. Your neighbors will be close. The park is well wooded. Overall OK.
3 ans depuis