Mt. Gilead State Park is a quiet, small park centrally located in the state of Ohio. Picnicking, fishing and hiking can be enjoyed year-round at this beautiful location.
Camping, cabins, fishing, boating, picnicking, bridle trails, swimming, hunting, ice skating, sledding, cross country skiing, ice fishing, volleyball, playground, amphitheater
Fire Ring, Grill, Hookup - Electric, Pets OK, Picnic Table, Vault Toilet
$20-$30 per night
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Reviewed by SDiddy74 on September 5, 2011
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Just got back and hated it! The overall experience was SO disappointing! Majority of sites are structured for RV campers leading our decently large tent site wedged in-between loud, ugly, annoying campers. No running water on site was just frustrating. Was willing to look past lack of showers and poor toilet facilities since was described as such. The canoeing was shut down over a year ago and left our group frustrated. Water was covered in algae/moss which looked very unkept and uncared for. We did happen to camp during a very delicious and overly accommodating camp breakfast weekend. Staff was friendly and did what they could to make you feel welcome. All in all, sites were lame, staff was friendly, no showers, no water, poor toilets, lack of anything desireable.
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Reviewed by Guest on July 21, 2009
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Nice place for a quiet weekend. Most camp sites are in tall pine trees and they smell so nice. Great hiking trails. Only bad thing.... No showers and only pit toilets.
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Mt. Gilead State Park
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