Hartville RV Recommended Campgrounds

While we love to sell our Jayco and KZ campers, we love nothing more than taking our families out to enjoy them. We have a few spots that we have personally visited and recommend for you to enjoy with your family. Check out our top campgrounds below.


Dennis recommends Camp Toodik

Camp Toodik is in the Loudonville-Mohican area, close to Amish country. Dennis and his family have stayed there several times. They have found it to be one of the cleanest, quietest, and largest campgrounds in the area. There are several different price ranges to choose from, and you can even stay right on the Mohican River! All sites have plenty of large trees and natural surroundings. Camp Toodik also offers a small (free) putt-putt, crystal clean swimming pool, nature hiking trails, horseshoe pit, volleyball court, large playground, fishing pond, laundry room, camp store, small arcade, picnic table, fire ring, and more! If you take the 10 mile canoe trip, you will be on a private stretch of river separate from all other campgrounds...an awesome trip! Highly recommended! You can learn more at www.camptoodik.com.                      


Eric recommends Lock 30 Woodlands RV Campground Resort

Lock 30 is in beautiful Lisbon, Ohio. Eric and his wife have camped there many times. It is one of their favorite places, not only for the natural beauty of the area, but also because you don't feel crowded since no one camps in front or behind you. Lock 30 offers a large swimming pool, volleyball court, game room, hiking trails, biking trails, year-round sites, playground, toddler playground, bocce court, large pavilion, recreation center, outstanding (no license) fishing on Beaver Creek, and more! You can learn more at www.ohiorvcamp.com.


Bob & Adele Pastore recommend Hungry Mother State Park

Hungry Mother State Park is in Marion, Virginia. It is just off Route 81, about 40 minutes from Bristol Motor Speedway...just far enough away from all of the "hustle & bustle"! Bob & Adele really enjoyed this camp site because it was very secluded and had a creek running behind it. Hungry Mother State Park, known for its biking & hiking trails, also offers boat launching, boat rentals, lake swimming, fishing (Virginia license required), cable TV hook-ups, picnic table, grills, and more. The campground offers sites from full hook-up to very primitive. You can learn more by calling (276)781-7400 or (276)783-2046 or at http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state_parks/hun.shtml.

Published: Mar 15, 2013