Raymond House Fine Dining and Camping



20215 State Route 347, Raymond, OH, 43067


Raymond House Fine Dining and Camping is located on 47 acres near Raymond, Ohio. It features full or partial hookup campsites that are big rig friendly. Many of them accommodate slide out RVs. The park provides free WiFi, allows pets, and has a dump station.

 

Amenities & Activities

Campsite amenities offered include a banquet hall and restaurant, three lakes, nature trails, an open shelter with picnic tables, fire circles, and grills. It also includes basic amenities like restrooms with hot showers and laundry facilities. Visitors can also enjoy activities such as hiking, hunting, fishing, kayaking, and canoeing.

 

Attractions

The campground is near attractions like:

  • Cedar Point 
  • Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 
  • COSI
  • Zoombezi Bay Waterpark



20 Amps

30 Amps

50 Amps

Big Rig Friendly

Community BBQ/Grill

Community Fire Pit

Community Restrooms

Community Showers

Community Water Fountain

Dump Station

Fire Pit

Gasoline Nearby

WiFi

Pets Allowed

RV Hookup

Toilet



Beer/Wine Tasting

Biking

Boating

Fishing

Hiking

Historic Sightseeing

Hunting

Scenic Drives

Swimming Outdoors

Wildlife Viewing

Kayaking & Canoeing






20215 State Route 347, Raymond, OH, 43067

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Overall Rating: 1.0


Lisa Anderson

1.0
I forgot to add that the picture here is NOT this place. I lived at this campground for several months and there's NOTHING like that anywhere near here.

Lisa Anderson

1.0
Where do I even begin? We came to the campground in March, when we had to relocate to the area for health reasons. Our spot was to include water and 30amp electric. Our spot sat in the full sun and was surrounded by a line of shrubs and trees. The whole line was FULL of trash and garbage, which my fiance picked up, sorted and recycled. Never asking for anything in return. Once the summer heat came in, we started having power surges. It would shut off our a.c. unit, causing our RV to heat up to over 90 degrees and at times we couldn't even get a fan to work. It wasn't just the a.c. either. EVERYTHING would cause surges. A phone charger, a coffeemaker. It didn't matter and it also didn't matter how little you were trying to use either. With the excessive heat, some of my medications melted and we lost over $200 in food from our refrigerator not staying on. While all of this was becoming a battle for us, the owners niece, Theresa, felt it was necessary to confront me over a handful of strawberries I picked from the weeds behind our lot. She told me I was stealing!! No, it wasn't a garden, it was an overgrow thickets of weeds and brambles. If anyone is stealing anything here, it would be the person with their hand out, taking $400 a month from someone and not following through with what's promised. I understand it when a business is growing older and needs updating. I understand that it takes time. However, give a discount, offer to keep spoiling food in your commercial refrigerator, keep in touch with your customers and let them know what your plan is. Do NOT continue taking full rates, avoid the subject, saying you "just don't know what" you're going to do, tell your customer if it's too hot, "it's called the store", suggesting a person leave their dog to overheat, while loitering somewhere. You don't tell your customers, "you people need to learn how to be patient!", when they tell you two MONTHS later that their is still a huge problem. Apparently, we are not the only ones upset here, as there is at least one other person complaining on Facebook about this same issue. You want to know how they handle bad reviews? They decide to point a finger at someone else, blame THEM and kick them out. Yes, the owner actually sent a longtime, resident camper, to our spot and told him to kick us out, because it had to be me who was complaining outside of the park. It wasn't, but it is now! At the moment, they appear to be sinking everything into a barn and tiny storage shed, in hopes they can rent it out for weddings, instead of fixing the lots where people spend between $400-$500 a month to call "home". The people who actually keep money coming in for them on a steady, month to month basis. In a nutshell.....it's all about the money. Would I recommend this place to anyone? Absolutely not!! I wouldn't recommend them for ANYTHING. Weddings and events included. If this is how they treat their residents, imagine how they will treat YOU?