Lazy River at Granville is one of America's finest family campgrounds. Located in the beautiful Welsh Hills, this quiet and scenic park, is away from freeway and railroad noise, yet easily accessible from all of the main routes. Just 25 miles east of Columbus, Ohio!
Whether it's an extended stay or a stopover while visiting the numerous Area Attractions, you will find that camping at Lazy River at Granville is always an enjoyable experience. Many fun-filled activities and family fun for kids and adults. We offer great features and amenities whether it's use of our swimming pool, sprayground, zipline, challenge course, and laser tag just to name a few.
The Family House has five bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and gathering room with a combined total of about 800 sq. ft. There are three super-large bedrooms, each with a queen size bed and two twin beds. You will enjoy the rustic log furniture. Two additional bedrooms each have a queen size bed. There are two full bathrooms. The gathering area also has a daybed that will sleep two. Heat and A/C, TV. There is a large deck with a hot tub, picnic table, fire ring and charcoal grill outside. Cable TV including The Big 10 Network and DVD player. Sleeps up to 18. No smoking or pets permitted. Bedding and towels are provided. The rate is for up to 4 people. Additional people ages 5 and older $15 per person per night.
Guests staying in the Family House will receive free mini-golf and WI-FI.
The base price is for 4 people. Fees for additional people are $15 per person per night. No charge for children ages 4 and under.
Lazy River at Granville is one of America's finest family campgrounds. Located in the beautiful Welsh Hills, this quiet and scenic park, is away from freeway and railroad noise, yet easily accessible from all of the main routes. Just 25 miles east of Columbus, Ohio! Located just 4 miles from historic Granville, Ohio.
Local attractions include:
Longaberger Basket - A tisket, a tasket, tour a 7-story basket. Home to The Longaberger Company, made famous by its high quality baskets, pottery and accessories. Also visit the Longaberger Homestead, The Longaberger Company's newest entertainment destination, which opened the summer of 1999. Includes shops, restaurants, factory, and educational demonstrations.
Ye Olde Mill - Built in 1817, Ye Olde Mill was once one of the largest grist mills in the Northwest Territory. Now restored by the Velvet Ice Cream Company, visitors may visit the "Museum of Milling" and the "History of Ice Cream" museum, old-fashioned ice cream parlor, restaurant, gift shop, pond and picnic area.
Dawes Arboretum - Venture out on the maple trail, browse through the Nature Center or Daweswood House Museum, or enjoy a picnic lunch overlooking the world's largest hedge lettering. The Arboretum, situated on 1,149 acres, has over 3,000 species of trees, shrubs, and plants. Enjoy the Visitors Center, featuring a gift shop, bonsai house, nature center and various other exhibits. The Japanese Garden has been judged one of the best in the United States.
Heisey Glass Museum - s located in Veterans Park in downtown Newark, Ohio. The Heisey Glass Museum houses more than 4,500 pieces of glassware produced by the A. H. Heisey & Company in Newark from 1896-1957.
The Wilds is a private, non-profit conservation center located on nearly 10,000 acres of reclaimed mine land in rural southeastern Ohio. It was created as the conservation center of the future by a group of civic leaders, political leaders and zoo professionals who believed that a serious scientific approach was required to find solutions to environmental concerns.
We are just 45 minutes from Columbus attractions including the Columbus Zoo, Santa Maria Replica, historic German Village, the capital building, and COSI (Center of Science and Industry), one of the top ten science museums in the country. If you like to shop Easton Town Center is a must see. Pick up a complementary Columbus Travel Guide in our store.
We are also just 45 minutes from Amish country. Tour an Amish farm, take a ride in a horse drawn buggy, tour a cheese factory and visit the nationally known Lehman's Hardware Store. Visit the many shops filled with hand crafted Amish furniture, jams, jellies, baked goods, quilts, and more.