Very nice park. You can circumvent the $3/day entrance fee by entering and exiting from Sharon Rd instead of from Winton Rd.
Well kept. Daily entry fee of $3 was annoying, cost them a star. Just roll it into the price! Otherwise, well kept park, clean with ample spacing.
A county park with a lot of activities. Good hiking and biking. A large lake with boating. Reasonably priced. Yes, daily entry fee is a pain but, if you are staying for few days, the $10 seasonal pass is ok. Nice sites. Big rig friendly. No wi fi. Will put this at the top of my list to stay when in the Cincinnati area.
My neighbor told me about how good it is to csmp there, but after I tried many of the local locations, I was able to see the difference. it is really clean and balls of
Since this is a Hamilton County park, there's a $3 daily entrance fee. My advice is buy an annual pass for $10. It will give you access to all Hamilton County parks, not just Winton Woods!
Really nice secure RV park near both I-75 & I-71, stores and restaurants. If you have time also visit both Parkys kids play park & Glenwood Gardens, 2 miles away, beautiful day park for walking and kids play
Overnight stop on our way South. Nice park, but no facilities open. Did have power, so good enough deal for the price. Not many here, so very quiet evening.
Stayed here in February and it was just what we were looking for. No water, we did have sewer and electric. The park office was closed so it was the honor system, just register and leave your money. Only a couple of other campers so it was very quiet.
I love this place. It's clean and quiet, the staff is friendly and helpful. There's a keycard system so only campers and guests can enter. And it's set in a very nice park. I've stayed here multiple times.
$46.30 with senior discount! Would have been over $50. No sewer just a dump station. Just stayed 1 night on the road to Michigan.
This is a great place to stay if you want to be really close to Cincinnati. (You pay for the convenience; that's for sure!) This campground is often full. It is well-maintained, but the attraction here isn't the campground itself: it is the proximity to the city.
We lucked out. Many sites are not fully paved. All the pull through sites are, but that's not a deal breaker either way. There's plenty of room between each site and our backin site had plenty of room for our 42' fifth wheel and had full hookup.
Ok camp ground lake floods easy had a lake view lot but the weeds to get to the lake was impossible go thru left early because of flood what with Ohio camp grounds not having sewer and water at the sites or at lease water got what you pay not really pretty camp area
We were in the Cincinnati area to watch a baseball game between the Reds and Rockies. Perfect location. Nice cg, Looked like a good place to spend a few days.
Nice facilities, very quiet. Easy access to sites (both backing and pull theoughs) Decent WiFi. Only disappointing part...low water pressure. Otherwise, very nice. Already stayed here twice this year.