Lancaster Campground

2151 W Fair Ave # 100, Lancaster, OH 43130


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GPS: 39.7258,-82.6391

Lancaster Campground is located at 2151 W Fair Ave # 100, Lancaster, Ohio 43130 with a total of 24 campsites. Before your trip to Lancaster Campground, check out website at or contact them through 740-653-2119 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

39.7258, -82.6391

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 39.7258, -82.6391

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Last Price Paid: $30

Reported by BooBoo23 on 05.27.2017

Longest RV Reported: 28 feet

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

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853 ft / 259 m

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35 ft

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  • Wonderful campground

    Reviewed 27/5/2017

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    Nightly rate: $30

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 23

    A great camp site that is part of a very old Methodist Church campground and a new Church near the campsites. This campground was formed in 1878 and has a large number of cottages that are primarily used in the summer time also. There are only 24 RV sites, all back-ins with electric and water service. For sewer service they have free pump outs on Tuesday and Fridays and also have a dump station. A fenced area for dogs. Passport America rate for Monday-Thursday is $15. Friday-Sunday is $30 or $150 for a week. Camp sites are level gravel surface, nice shade and open to a southern exposure for campers with satellite TV. It is only about 15 miles from Columbus. There is shopping, restaurants and a shopping mall within 2 miles. There is a museum on the property with a lot of history about the campground. The area is very quiet, local police watch the area. The only noise is from a locomotive engine you can hear once or twice a day delivering materials to a Anchor Hocking glass plant, but no air horns. The railroad is located in a valley below the campground. There are bike and hiking trails in the campground. During the summer they have band camp for local schools and you may be able to hear concerts. Check-in is done at the campground hosts RV. Reservations are suggested. About half of the sites had pipeline construction workers this year, should be wrapped up by fall.

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