OH_Lebanon 2018-04-23T07:42:39-04:00

Cedarbrook Campground, Lebanon, OH

Park Review (out of 10.0)

7.5

Ground’s Cleanliness

7.5

Facility’s Cleanliness & Accessiblity

7.0

Park Amenities

7.0

Staff Friendliness

7.25

Overall Park Score

Impressions

Park Info                                                 Cedarbrook Campground

                                                             760 Franklin Road, Lebanon, OH 45036

                                                             Latitude: 39.442514 (39° 26′ 33.0504” N)

                                                             Longitude: -84.218281 (84° 13′ 5.8116” W)

                                                             513-932-7717

                                                             cedarbrookcampground.com  

                                                             OPEN  – All Year

Date(s) of Stay                                       May-June 2016

Facilities                                                 20/30/50 amp, water, sewer, cable

                                                             WiFi costs extra through a third-party company

                                                             Pool, large playground, fenced-in dog area

                                                             Restrooms with showers & laundry room

                                                             Over 100 RV sites, cabins, and tent areas

Daily RV Rates                                        $39 – $48 – depending on the season and spot

Rate Discounts for                                 Monthly rates available 

Big Rig Friendly?                                    Yes

Access                                                      

About 15 minutes from I-71 or I-75.

Comments

Cedarbrook is a very popular campground. You will want to book well in advance if you plan on visiting during the summer months, especially over weekends. That said, its charm, for the most part, eluded us.

It is nicely treed, which we liked, with lots of shaded areas. But it also can be quite muddy when rain passes through, and between that mud and the pot-holes, the overall aesthetic of the park can come across as a bit rundown and neglected. But that was our opinion. We talked to many people who come here year after year, and they love it. If you have children, the pool and very large playground is a plus, as well as the park’s proximity to area attractions like King’s Island and The Beach Waterpark.

As for me, what I enjoyed most about the park was its close proximity to the charming, historic downtown Lebanon, Ohio. It is an easy one-mile walk or drive away from the park’s entrance. A walk up and down Broadway provides many shops, a couple of ice cream parlors, and several restaurants, including the wonderful Golden Lamb. Kroger and Walmart are a less than 4-mile drive. This is a conveniently-located campground. You are close to nearly everything you’ll need or want, while still having the wooded, relatively quiet atmosphere while you’re in the campground itself.

Images