Glow in the Dark Mini Golf
Glow in the dark mini golf! What? That's right. We play glow in the dark mini golf May 1 to May 31 and August 30 to Sept. 30. Come give it a try!
Hayrides & Super soaker Hayride schedule
Have a fun time on our hayrides -- Every Saturday night (Memorial Day to Labor Day) and also on Sunday of a holiday weekend.
Bring your water guns for a super soaker hayride. These are a blast for all ages. Here are the dates: June 30, July 7, July 21, Aug. 4, Aug. 18 and Sept. 1. Don't miss out on the fun!
Christmas in July -- July 26-27, 2013
Climb in the attic and dust off the boxes, this weekend is worth it! The park is all decorated awaiting the arrival of you know who! Everyone best be on good behavior because he is watching every camp site! Join in on the fun and decoarte your site! Your fellow campers are the judges and the ballot boxes get full with stiff competition. The winner receives a free night of camping and bragging rights for the year! Make your reservations soon and come have some fun!
CANDY BAR B I N G O or B U N C O on Saturdays (summer)
Join us on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. (Memr'l Day wkend to Labor Day wkend) for either Candy Bar Bingo or Bunco. Just bring one candy bar per person and have some fun! If you win a game, you pick a candy bar as your prize. We keep playing until all the candy bars are gone! Great for all ages!
Heated Outdoor Pool - Adult Swim Daily & Pool Hours
Pool is closed for the 2012 season. See you next year!
We offer Adult swim from 9-10 a.m. daily in our heated pool (May 11-Sept. 3, 2012). Must be 21 years or older. Family swim opens at 10 a.m. daily. Pool is open Sunday-Thursday until 8 p.m.; Friday, Saturday (and Sundays of a holiday weekends) until 9 p.m. (or until dusk).
Meet Your Hosts
"Thank you for a great 2013 camping season! See you next year."
John and Debbie Schuettler had always dreamed of owning their own campground. They were lifelong campers, having progressed from a popup trailer to a fifth wheel over the years.
In 2001, they decided life was just too short not to enjoy what you do for a living, and they purchased the Wapakoneta / Lima South KOA Kampground.
"Customer service is Number One with us," says Debbie. "We treat all of our customers like we would like to be treated - with a welcoming 'hello' and a smile."
In their "pre-KOA" lives, John was a universal grinder operator for 24 years, while Debbie worked as a secretarial supervisor for a law firm for 15 years.
Now, their lives center around getting to know their campers.
"We are interested in their travels - where they come from and where they are heading," said Debbie. "Since we are located on a north/south route, we have a lot of overnight camping business. We want to build a relationship with each and every camper, from popups to motor coaches."
"We hope your travels take you through our area. We would love to see you!"