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“One of the cleanest campgrounds we have ever been to! Great fishing, great facilities.”

Chuck Magadore, OH

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Lock 30 Woodlands RV Camp Campground Map

Lock 30 Woodllands RV Resort Campground is designed for maximum camping pleasure. Spaces are designed for triple slide-out RVs, some as long as 100 feet.

  • A mile of Beaver Creek that’s Designated Wild & Scenic*, meanders through the property.
  • You won’t see a single home or commercial activity anywhere from your RV site because this family property is surrounded by conservation easements.
  • Wildlife along the riverfront corridor features dozens of bird species, including pheasants and wild turkey.
  • Lock 30 Woodlands’s 68 acres includes both sides of the river and features vistas of forested sandstone hills, a 3.5 acre, stocked fishing lake and an original lock of the Historic Sandy & Beaver Canal—the only remaining lock on privately–owned property.

RV sites with you in mind!
Every site is shaded
All sites have fire-rings and picnic tables
75 RV sites have metered 50 amp electric, water and sewer
Choose from pull-thru, grassy, gravel or concrete pad sites

Recreation Amenities in Center of the Property

*No worries about camping next door to a basketball court. All of our recreation is at the center of the property. Walking paths and trails provide for easy access
*Overflow parking available
*Golf car use restricted to physically challenged. No vehicles “buzzing” past your campsite
*Tree stands separate volleyball and bocce courts, acting as sound barriers
*No loudspeakers on the campground; limited landscape lighting

Camping in the winter?
Many FHU sites are open year-round, with individual water shut-off valves and convenient access to a heated, carpeted clubhouse featuring showers, restrooms, laundry and spacious game room with arcade games, pool table and free foosball.

*Officially by the United States Department of the Interior and the State of Ohio