Lebanon / Cincinnati KOA Holiday Review

After a couple of days in St. Louis, we continued our journey back to the east coast. After traveling 370 miles east we set up camp at the Lebanon / Cincinnati KOA Holiday in Ohio. 

Although this was a quick one-night stopover for us we got to spend some time at the campground and enjoy ourselves. Fortunately, we booked this site months in advance, because there was not an open spot the night we stayed. Of course, the kids had a great time here.

Lebanon / Cincinnati KOA

Lebanon / Cincinnati KOA Holiday Location 

760 Franklin Rd, Lebanon, OH

From I-75: Take exit 29. Go east on SR 63 for 6 miles. Turn left onto Neil Armstrong Way, continue 1/2 mile. Turn right onto Franklin Road, campground entrance is 1/2 mile on left.

From I-71: Take exit 32, go west on SR 123. Continue 4 1/2 miles. Turn right onto Neil Armstrong Way, continue for 1/2 mile. Turn right onto Franklin Road, campground entrance is 1/2 mile on left.

Campground Amenities 

GIANT Jumping Pad | Photo Courtesy Lebanon / Cincinnati koa

The Lebanon / Cincinnati campground is a KOA Holiday campground. The Holiday campgrounds are a perfect place to set up camp and go exploring.  In addition, there is always plenty to do at these KOAs, with amenities and services to make your stay easy. To learn more about the different types of KOA campgrounds be sure to review our KOA blog post. 


  • Large laundry facility with 24 machines
  • Swimming pool
  • A GIANT KOA jumping pad
  • Good sized general store with plenty to choose from for food, and RV / camping supplies
  • Newly renovated and large playground with Gaga ball pit
  • Full sized basketball court
  • Full RV hookups with 50 amp service
  • Dump site on location


Rv Park Review

Although this was a one-night stopover we did arrive early in the afternoon. Therefore, we had plenty of time to check out the campground and enjoy it.

Of course, the favorite part for the kids was the giant KOA jump pillow. We have stayed at many KOA campgrounds and seen a lot of jumping pillows. However, this one was by far the largest one we have seen to date.

Allthough this campground is a large park it was very welcoming. In addition, the staff was great, and there was plenty to keep the kids entertained.

Our site was level, had a fire pit, and was everything we expected from a KOA campgorund site.

Of course, we highly recommned reserving your spot early, because this park is a very popular location. You can make early reservations right on their KOA website. 

Our Experience 

Enjoying the GIANT KOA Jumping Pillow

The was a tremendous one-night stopover as we made our way east at the end of our cross-country trip.

The kids had a great time going between the jumping pillows and the swimming pool. In addition, we enjoyed walking the large area of the campground and meeting some great people.

Allthough, we only stayed one night it was clear this was a well-liked park. There were a lot of families, and the atmosphere was both relaxing, and enjoyable.

If you are visiting the Lebanon, Ohio area we highly recommend making reservations for this great KOA Holiday.

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Have you stayed at the Lebanon / Cincinnati KOA?  Did you stay in an RV? How was your ecperience?

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