Overview of Morgan's Riverside Campground & Cabins
Last Price Paid: $25
Reported by AlanMcD on 11/14/2015
Longest RV Reported: 27 feet (Travel Trailer)
Reported by AlanMcD on 11/14/2015
Number of Sites 63
Pad Type grass
Open Seasonally Yes
Elevation 623 ft / 189 m
Max Length 32 ft
Tent Camping Yes
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“Our Favorite Campground!”
Morgan's Outdoor Adventures or "Morgan's Canoe" as I call it, is a canoe livery with a campground. The campground is a boondocking only campground but don't let that scare you away, it is a GREAT campground and by far our favorite! You typically see tents and small RV's here but they can accommodate even the largest diesel pushers. The sites sizes are huge, they range in size from extra large to outright massive and they are natural campsites with very little man-made input. All their sites are shaded and are deeply wooded as well as a wide variety of riverfront sites, most with direct water access. If you're a water person this is the campground for you. They have canoe & kayak rentals, tube rentals and you can swim and fish right there in the clean Little Miami River. If you don't have an RV they have waterfront cabin rentals, too. The Little Miami multi-use/bike trail is right there, too, and is great for jogging, biking, or in our case Segwaying, to the little town of Morrow where Miranda's hand dipped ice cream awaits you! Also nearby is the Fort Ancient museum and Indian mounds. The canoeing is fantastic and they take you up river to their canoeing establishment where you can canoe (or kayak) back down the three miles to the campground or bypass the campground and continue on for one of their 6, 9, 12 or 18 mile canoe trips. For those athletes out there they also host an annual Triathlon. The owners, the 5 Morgan brothers who each run a different aspect of their outdoor adventure business (including a camping adventure on their property in Costa Rica) but Dirk Morgan and wife Lori head up the campground in Morrow, OH and are spectacular, accommodating hosts. The entire staff is friendly and helpful. They are located a little off the beaten path as would be expected for a canoe livery/campground. The restrooms are rustic. The shower stalls are completely separate, which is nice. They have a couple of shelter buildings for rent/use. They don't have much of a camp store to speak of except for the snack house in the office building where they have burgers & dogs, sandwiches, nachos, coffee, sodas, etc. My Verizon android phone service is limited here, although texting seems to work quite well. Being a boondocking campground there is no dump station on site and generators are not allowed, which is fine by me as the campground is usually quite relaxing & quiet. The noise level tends to be a little higher as you near the office area which is usually buzzing with the activity of canoers, shuttles and campers.
AlanMcD would stay here again
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- 20 Amp
- dry camping
- Partial Hookups
- basketball court
- boat ramp
- boat rental
- recreation trail
- swimming beach
- water access
- fire ring
- picnic table
- pull thru
- group sites
- restrooms: flush
Great End of Season Destination
Party Music too loud!
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