Our mission is to protect and improve the health of all residents and visitors. This website offers an opportunity to share information which may assist you in being well-informed about safe Campground/RV Park practices.

All Campground/RV park operators are required by law to obtain a license from the local health district. These facilities are required to be compliant with Ohio’s Campground/RV Park safety regulations. Routine inspections during the operation of the campground assess the operator's success in assuring that routine practices are conducted in a safe and sanitary manner. Any inspection report is a "snapshot" of the day and time of the inspection. On any other day, a campground could have fewer or more violations than noted on the report.

An inspection report may not be representative of the overall, long-term conditions within a facility. It is important to understand that inspection information provided here shows only the conditions of the facility at the time of the inspection. A single inspection report should not be used to evaluate the overall operation of an establishment. Looking at a facility’s inspection results over a period of time gives a more accurate picture of that facility’s commitment to compliance.


  • Inspection Frequency: Inspections are conducted at least once per year. These inspections are not scheduled. Re-inspections are conducted if a facility has violations that cannot be corrected during the inspection.
  • Examples of violations include: direct connections of potable and non-potable water, improper sewage disposal, electrical hazards, lack of facility cleanliness, inadequate restroom facilities, improper spacing of campers, improper signage, and inadequate safety equipment.