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Findley State Park, Wellington
(3.9/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • A surprisingly nice park. Very clean campground with nice tree buffers between the rows. Lots of trails and a disc golf course that looked challenging. The mountain bike trail is surprisingly challeng...  more »
  • On our saturday night there were loud trail whistles very late, and then some loud campers after that, we did not experience the quiet that I had read about in other reviews prior to our trip. If ther...  more »
  • Went went back for vacation. We used to camp here all the time before moving 10 years ago. They now have RV full hook up sites and electric sites. They still have some primitive camping sites. But bec...  more »
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  • Awesome trail! It's a bit short on elevation but makes up for that with a great mix of flow and tight twisty sections. I will definitely be back. Note that riding direction alternates.
  • We love Findley State Park and camp there often. We love the area and the cleanliness of the park. The staff (usually volunteer after August) is always very helpful. The downfall for us is the reservation system. The online system charges you an $8.00 "Convenience Fee" but if you are lucky enough to find someone in the office you can rent a campsite without the $8.00 extra fee. The problem is there is never anyone in the office. It's always closed. There are several volunteers riding golf carts, cleaning up sites after someone leaves, but they have no authority to rent camp sites. The camp store is open when someone feels like opening it I guess...because it's always hit and miss. We went there this weekend. We rented a site with electric because they had no full hookups available. We stayed two nights, Saturday and Sunday. On Sunday morning there were some full hookups that came available and we wanted to move to a full hookup site (we have a trailer) so we could take showers etc. for our last trip of the season. Nobody in the office. Nobody in the store. A volunteer told us that we would need to call the reservation phone number so we did. We were told that since we were already at the campground and had already paid for a site for the two days, the computer would not allow her to change anything. She told us we would have to go to the campground office and see someone in person in order to change the campsites. So, where is the convenience that the $8.00 fee got us? I understand budget cuts, but let's not pass down a ridicules $8.00 fee (almost 50% of a non-electric site) to the customers simply because the State doesn't want to staff the place for customers to conduct normal business. The park is full. Has been for the last month every weekend. There is seldom anyone staffing anything while the campground is full up. It seems that the priority for the State of Ohio has nothing to do with delivering fairness to the customer...paid employees are cut out, volunteers are brought in and we, the customer have to absorb the cost even though we cannot get the service. Very impersonal and not the way to run any business, much less a campground where people count on getting what they pay for while away from home. I gave 3 stars because the staff (that we finally found three weeks ago when we camped on a Saturday) and volunteers share in our frustration and they work very hard to see that folks are happy. It's the system that we find fault in...not the park.
  • Great park with a nice swimming area that offers kayak and canoe rentals. The biking trails are nice as well.
  • I spent every summer as a child and teenager there. Always has the great time. Visited for the first time in almost 15 years. The price is crazy now. Primitive camping is 24$ a night. It use to be 10$. The sites all seemed to have shrunk. Many are right on top of each other. But I noticed many of the new additions. With full R.V. hookups now. And electric sites. Park was very well maintained. Very clean. Staff was very friendly. Visited the 4th of july weekend. There were a few sites that seemed to get out of control and the parkbrangers promptly quieted the situations. Overall I was impressed. Price just seemed a little expensive. Edited for phone auto corrects.
  • This is very beautiful park. They have Disk Golf. There is a big beautiful lake. The fish are plentiful.