Cross Creek Camping Resort is the premier camping destination in Ohio! We are a family oriented camping resort offering beautiful surroundings, activities, and themed weekends! Highly rated by Woodalls, Trailer Life, and Good Sam. Come visit us this season, and start making lasting memories around the campfire!
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From I-71: Take EXIT 131 (US-36/SR-37) Turn left off the exit and head west 3 miles on US-36/SR-37 to Lackey Old State Road. Turn left and travel south 3.2 miles. We are on the right hand side, just past the Alum Creek State Park.
From 23 North: Take the SR 37 exit and follow East 3 miles to Lackey Old State Road. Turn Right and head south for 3.2 miles. We are on the right hand side just past Alum Creek State Park.
From 23 South
Cross Creek Camping Resort has the following ammenities included in pricing: WIFI, Free Coffee in the morning, Pool, Activities, Basketball, Tennis, Horseshoes, Shuffle Board, Bocce Ball, Volleyball, Clubhouse, Dog Park, Doggie Clean Up Bags, Themed Weekend Activities, Hiking Trails, and Friendly Service! Extra added Ammenities that may have a charge: 4 Person Bike Rentals, Camp Store, Pancake Breakfasts, Luau Hog Roast, Chicken Barbeque Dinner, Funnel Cake Vendor, Food Vendor, Tye Dye T-shirts, Kid's Craft, Glow Parades, much more!
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Our Campground has the following accreditations:
ARVC the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds
I spent 1 weekend at cross creek camping resort and I will not be going back. This campground is not kid friendly at all. The playground was sub par at best. Then when we checked in no one decided to share with us that there was going to be a private birthday party with a band that would be going on till almost 11 o clock at night. plus because the people who rented the pavillin were long term campers they allowed their guests to park their cars on all sides of my camper. so it felt more like a parking lot then a campground. and because their party guests were drinking I ended keeping my children inside the camper from 5pm till bedtime. It ruined my camping experience. and when I complained the assitant manager who came from the party said oh well this happens all the time and it was my fault for choosing that spot even tho no one told me that there was going to be a party there. So my 1 year old and 8 year old ended crabby and over tired that night. I would recommand to anyone with kids not to stay here. but to choose alum creek state park instead.
We are currently staying at CCCR. I was close enough to drive up and check it out before making a reservation. I was a little put off by the fact that you cannot choose what site you want. You can tell them what kind of site (full, electric, etc) but you cannot choose a particular area. \r <br>\r <br>The campground is VERY clean and well maintained. It has a nice pool, tennis courts, a small playground, some shuffel board, etc. The restrooms are nice and very clean as well. Many of the campers that are here are large and stay here permanently as they have stamped patios, decks, etc. However, you can also tell they stay here a lot because it is perfectly clear when you are an ""outsider"". I have had to make people speak to me when passing them on the road while walking. You can get around with an electric golf cars and most people appear to have them. \r <br>\r <br>So far we have been pleased, but there are a few things I am turned off by:\r <br>\r <br>Price: I paid $130 for 3 nights on a full hook-up, back-in site. It's a nice site, but not what they consider one of their premium sites. \r <br>\r <br>Rules, rules, and more rules! They do have LOTS of rules and there are plenty of signs to remind you of them. Children under 12 must be supervised by an adult pretty much everywhere. They can ride their bike freely, other than that, you have to be with them. \r <br>\r <br>There is room for one vehicle at your site. Others must park in an overflow lot - no grass parking. \r <br>\r <br>No rugs/mats on the grass. No clotheslines, for sale signs, electric scooters, Power Wheels vehicles, loud remote control toys, etc. That's just all I can remember without referring to the page long rule sheet. The lady at the desk made it clear to point out that the rules are enforced! They do have some kid-friendly events planned for this weekend, but in essence, they really aren't all that kid friendly in my opinion. \r <br>\r <br>In addition, when asking for the code to the internet, they give you a card asking you to ""voluntarily"" pay a $3.00 a day fee and remind you that most hotels charge more than that. I'm pretty sure my $130 for a back-in spot can cover my internet usage. I'm not going to go offer them any additional money. \r <br>\r <br>It's certainly nice but youare definitely going to pay for nice either by the per night charges, the internet charges, or the rules sheet that you'd better keep referring to. I likely won't be back unless one of my other favorite places is full.
If you want a clean park, clean restrooms, and lots of nearby attractions, I highly recommend Cross Creek Camping Resort near Columbus, Ohio. Cross Creak Camping Resort is a RV park and campgrounds located near Ohio's Alum Creek State park. Alum Creek State park features a large lake with fishing, beaches, and marina. Camping rates start at $26 per night on weekdays. The resort is located in Delaware county, Ohio, in a suburban area of Columbus, Ohio.\r <br>\r <br>See detail review on epinions website.
This was one of my first camping experiences. I felt the park was just like it was advertised on their site. It was a nice place and welcoming. There is a big campground down the street if you like secluded wilderness but this one puts you closer to other campers and I think it's more fun and more comfortable to be near other campers but you may be looking for something different. \r <br>\r <br>We stayed in a tent and everything was adequate. It was mostly a business trip so very little time to enjoy the amenities but it was a nice crowd for the weekdays and weekend after school had started. The wireless internet worked good. They ask you to donate $ for it or more specifically about $3 a day, honor system for the wi-fi. It can be used in the farthest extreme of the park in a vehicle and laptop. It is near the Columbus suburbs and close to shopping and nice area called Polaris yet a semi-rural setting that felt safe. The primitive camping sites back up to about a 40' swath of woods then there is a row of houses in a neighboring subdivision. So it's not too creepy.\r <br>\r <br>I really only have one complaint. And that's that there are not one but 3-4 railroad tracks very nearby. Trains come through all night long and toot their horns even in the middle of the night. If you are in a camper or RV this may not be a big deal but if you are in a tent be prepared to wake up every 20 minutes or so when a train passes by. It's not unbearable, just makes it hard to sleep soundly. It's sort of like that scene from the movie ""My Cousin Vinny"" with the motel next to the train tracks. It wasn't quite as bad on the weekend nights, not as many trains. Two thumbs up and would stay here again for sure.\r <br>\r <br>One suggested improvement to the park is to offer some free ice to campers. Not a big bag or anything but enough to fill a small ice bucket with one of those automatic ice makers like in hotels.