Mill Creek Recreation Area

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Mill Creek Recreation Area is a family campground located on Berlin Lake, Ohio. Visitors have the option to enjoy boating, fishing, hunting and camping down beneath lovely sunlight and nature. There is a host of wildlife which makes its home around the lake. The great Berlin Lake is very famous for its fishing, camping and picnic spots. Mill Creek Campground possesses various types of sites for the visitors- like grassy ground for camping to the watery sites for fishing. Tourists will have a very good time along with their friends and family breaking from the regular monotonous life.

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  • Mill Creek Recreation Area Address: 7400 Bedell Rd, Berlin Center, OH 44401, USA, United States
  • Mill Creek Recreation Area Contact Number: +1-3305478180
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Mill Creek Recreation Area Reviews & Ratings

  • We just spent 3 days boondocking in the Aspen area. Beautiful sunrises and sunsets. Saw a deer, raccoon family, songbirds, ducks, geese, black squirrels, and lots of fish. A012 or a014 are nice spots. Flush toilets and shower . Dumpsters and a few recycle spots. Oak arenas a water access space or the boat ramp. We kayak. Soft ground needed a little gravel.

  • Being a frequent traveler and camper, I was astonished at the size of this campground. Mill Creek should be designated a transient city as compared to a campground with the capacity they can hold. That said, the majority of sites are non-electric, which means that many areas are desolate, as modern campers seek modern conveniences. I'm no exception to the rule, converting to RV camping a few years ago. The facilities are maintained, but starting to show some signs of wear, and are undersized for the areas they service. I had to take a stroll to an adjacent non-electric area just to use the bathroom at one point during the weekend. Also, shower facilities are not integrated with the bathrooms, and depending on your site, it can be quite a hike. On a warm evening, you would need a new shower after taking the hike back from the shower stalls with the amount of walking you'd do. Unfortunately, despite the impressive size of the grounds, there is no store on-site, so if you forget or exhaust supplies, it means a trip to restock, and since it's in a moderately rural area, it could be a significant journey, depending on what you need. On the other hand, for simple things like ice or firewood, there is a drive-thru just down the street. The campgrounds have their own launch ramp, along with a number of areas you can suitably anchor your boat near your site. This way, you can circumvent the need to constantly launch and load throughout your stay. Some areas are a lot more private than others. We stayed in the Hickory grounds and felt we had sufficient privacy from our neighbors as there was good foliage. Conversely, the camping area right by check-in is the equivalent of a suburban neighborhood, which no privacy and sites built on top of each other. The rangers were actively running programs during our stay, which would be a nice addition if you have young ones. The campgrounds are also alcohol-free, which might be a deterrent if you're an old one. Overall, it was a nice stay on one of Ohio's best inland lakes, and it's not a long haul from the Akron area. Nearby West Branch has superior facilities in their grounds, but Mill Creek has them beaten in size (by a lot), and boasts the superior lake. If you plan to be on the water, I'd go with Mill Creek. Otherwise, I'd opt for West Branch.

  • Broken beer bottles all over our campsite. Picnic table is rotting and moss covered. Lake is beautiful. Cheap

  • Been camping here since i was a kid was just there over laborday lots of good memories

  • Good place for camping and for you to boating. Park workers are really nice. It has a little place for swimming and play grounds for the kids. Park is also patrolled by police in Army Corps of Engineers and local polic. On the bad side. Picknick tables need some updateing and bathrooms are rundown and need cleand and updated.

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