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Booked a cabin for Labor Day weekend with the family. First time visit at Dillon State Park for us. Enjoyed the hiking trails and fishing. Surprised how quiet it was for a holiday weekend. We stayed i... more »
Nice place to camp! Sites are above average size so you are not on top of your neighbors. We camped over Labor Day weekend and had a blast! A few of us bought the discs for frisbee-disc golf and had a... more »
This is a great place to stop if you like to fish or just hang out outdoors. There are many new tables, benches, and the restroom facilities look brand new. There are many areas to walk downstream fro... more »
Dillon state park gives lots of oppertunity for recreation. There are many trails to hike, bridal trails and mountian bike trails. There are kyak and canoe rentals as well. Dont forget to try to make the winter hike and participate in the naturalist programs. Are you into looking at the stars..... try the star deck out. It has a great veiw for star gazing and information posted so you know what you are looking at.
We camped there on a Saturday. Almost every site was occupied and sites are very close. It seemed like everyone had four vehicles. Cars and trucks parked everywhere. Might be better during the week.
Wonderful place to take the family. Very pretty views.
Beautiful park, with kept up hiking, biking and bridle trails. Bathrooms are dated but clean and private. Great disc course and many playgrounds-one for each loop. My reason for 3 to 4 stars(normally I'd give this place 5 stars) is that we were visited by the park rangers because they said they couldn't find our self-registration envelope. The ranger said it wasn't in the kiosk, but I can tell you it's in there right now collecting dust probably under something or on something as my wife really knocked the envelope into the drop box slot. If we were allowed to access the kiosk we would likely find our self-registration envelope. The park rangers, I believe, didn't search the cluttered kiosk thoroughly as it is pilled to the ceiling with all kinds of bins and other stuff. The envelope likely slid on the floor under something or flew between some boxes or bins. The rangers assumed we didn't pay and were NOT convinced by our word. -...I'd love to search that kiosk...- In the meantime we have a check floating around that may or may not be seen again, and would cost 30 bucks to cancel. I just hope when they find it they give us a call. But other than that, this is a great park to stay at with plenty of park ranger patrols unlike East Fork State Park where I hardly saw a park ranger, just once a week. Also the young girl working at the park office wasn't overly friendly-but just doing her job. The other older park registration employees were very customer service friendly. We did not find any ticks while hiking the several trails or completing the 18 hole disc course. 4g Verizon 4 to 5bars signal at various sites that have line-of-site with the cell tower. Nearly 20meg/sec download speeds! Stores, restaurants, and big box retailers 5 to 10 mins away which was a huge convenience. We will stay here again. **edit** check was found months later and cashed. Still trying to resolve the issue with very slow communication. Paid double for our site. Never have dealt with this kind of confusion at any other Ohio state park from Maumee Bay east to Pymatuning south to Hocking Hills and back west to East fork, and points in between. Maybe an anomaly. Minus the money issue the park is decent and kept up.
Awesome park with nice facilities, clean restrooms. Last weekend with our neighbors we went and it become memorable trip . Lots of area for kids to play, Nice beach only pool was too small but kids enjoyed a lot. I recommend for camping its best park. Thanks
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