This campground is located in Nevada, Ohio. It offers 150 campsites on 33 rolling acres. They are bordered by the beautiful Brokensword Creek which is 37 miles long and is a tributary off the Sandusky River. They say it got its name when William Crawford intentionally broke his sword at the bank of the creek to keep it from the Native Americans who were pursuing him.
This campground offers large campsites and modern bathrooms for campers’ convenience. You can camp by the day, week, or even the season if you’d like. While there, you can join in on Bingo, hayrides, potlucks, plenty of crafts, and themed weekends. There are lots of places for hiking or you can enjoy a leisurely paddle boat ride. Feel free to bring your golf cart to this campground. The charge is $5 per day and you must have proof of insurance.
If you want to explore you’ll find plenty to see with historic attractions like the Wyandot Indian Mission Union Station, and the Popcorn Museum. There are golf courses, a fairgrounds, and movie theaters within just a few minutes of the campground. Campsites range from water and electric to full hookups. They have a primitive cabin and a full service lodge as well.
The owner, Jake, contacted us shortly into his first few months of owning his Phelps Honey Wagon. He was very satisfied with his purchase and was happy to be providing the service to his campers. He told us “This is the best thing I ever bought. It will pay for itself in one year. I don’t know why I waited so long to buy my new honey wagon.” You can find out more about this campground by visiting their website at Foxfire Campground.
We hear that a lot. Park owners often say the only wish they had purchased sooner. We look forward to talking to you about your campground’s needs for honey wagon service and how we can help you make your campers very happy.