Halloween and Apple Extravaganza
Bone Hunt (Bring a flashlight)
Amish Baked Goods
Homemade Apple Butter
Trick or Treat
Located in the heart of Grove City. Handmade, homemade and local produce and goods.
While you're there, take a stroll down picturesque Broad Street. This thriving downtown contains a variety of unique shops, services and a great art-filled atmosphere.
A Family Friendly Fall Adventure just 5 minutes from the campground. Corn Maze, Punkin' Chunkin', and Pony Rides are just a few of the activities. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Mercer/Grove City KOA is pleased to announce that our managers are getting hitched!
Fear not, the campground will still be open for business.
There are no events scheduled at the campground this weekend, and a smaller than usual staff will be available.
Despite the name, this event is held in Butler county in September!
A three-day traditional German festival where you'll find authentic German food, live music, German dancers, German and craft beer, wiener dog races, dog costume contest, a Stein challenge, games, midway fun, children's crafts, 100+ vendors and so much more.
Calling all Witches and Warlocks! It's time to get your witch on in the “spook-tacularly” transformed village of Volant. Assemble at dusk for a wicked night of fun with shopping, scary-good sales, tasty concoctions, tantalizing treats, music, contests: costume, dance & cackle, a bonfire, and witches parade.
Dress in your best witchy finery, grab your friends, your brooms and parade down Main Street. Mediums, Tarot Readers and Commemorative T-shirts await you($)! Proceeds benefit the Volant Mills' restoration project.
National touring comedians perform their stand-up comedy acts. $15.00 Per Person. Doors open at 6:00 PM; Show starts at 7:30 PM
Two days of live music, sidewalk sales, arts & crafts, horse drawn buggy rides, children's pony rides, petting zoo, games, clowns, 5K Grandparent walk and run, car cruise and show, flashlight drag racing. Delicious homemade country foods, German dinners, Chili cook-off contest, and a Farmer's Market. There are also historic encampments & demonstrations, antiques, and collectibles.
For the first weekend in June there is a local Amish Benefit Auction on Saturday in New Wilmington, PA, so there will be no Amish baked goods on the campground. Public is welcome and encouraged to go out there for the baked goods, food, and items being auctioned. It is a very unique experience!
At the campground, there will be no other activities going on as a rest and relaxation weekend.