Buckeye Lake / Columbus East Koa

Buckeye Lake, Ohio

Book through our partner KOA Kampgrounds

Imagine having the center of Ohio at your doorstep: the Ohio Statehouse, Ohio State University, German Village, Longaberger Homestead, Amish Country, Columbus Zoo and Aquarium and the COSI Center of Science and Industry - and then returning to this serene campground with its wooded natural beauty. A 300-seat pavilion, club room and kitchen are perfect for groups. A gem mine, sand volleyball, gaga ball, giant checkers/chess, shuffleboard, a heated pool, games, crafts and antique fire truck rides entertain kids. Enjoy a full breakfast on summer weekends and activities such as the Super Soaker Weekend in July, chocolate slippery slide in August and pumpkin painting in October Book a full-hookup Patio RV Site. Check out the Jumping Pillow, mini golf, pedal karts and K9 Bark Park. The laundry is open 24 hours. Golf cart rentals available. KOA's store offers hand-dipped ice cream, waffle cones, milk shakes and gifts. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 95 feet. Your hosts: Mike & Shirley Groseclose and Rhonda Rees.


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