Venues

Event Center

Are you in need of a venue for your wedding, reception, family reunion, graduation party or birthday party? No matter what your event is, our Activity Center will more than accommodate your event with a maximum capacity at 225 people. This also includes tables, chairs, a full kitchen, ping-pong tables, badminton, men and women’s restrooms, and an ice machine.

Lodges

Our two lodge units include A/C, fireplace, full kitchen, common room, two restrooms with showers, 4 bedrooms (8 bunk beds each), clothes hanging space and storage cabinet for each bun, and a vanity in each room. 

Perfect for church retreats, family reunions, or band camps!

RV Park

The Lancaster Camp Ground RV Park is a family-friendly faith based park setting. We offer year-round camping with night, weekly & monthly rates.

Site amenities include:

  • Nightly, weekly, and monthly rates (winter monthly rate only) with water, sewer and 30 and 50 amp electric.
  • All rigs must be 2013 or newer.
    • If your RV is older than 2013, please call the office to make sure your rig qualifies.
  • Full access to pool (seasonal) and all recreational facilities.
  • Sunday services and Sunday dinner in The Café at $12 per dinner. (Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day only)
  • Basketball, tennis, & pickleball courts, volleyball ping-pong, badminton.
  • Site is close to shopping, dining and entertainment.
  • Receive US mail and all packages.
  • Pets welcome and small dog run. All pets must be on a leash unless in dog run. (All pets are not to be left alone while in dog run and you must clean up all your dog’s waste)
  • If you require and need immediate assistance for the RV park outside our regular office hours Monday – Friday 9am till 5pm or during the weekend please contact the RV hosts at 740-405-0235.  (RV host during summer season only)

The Lancaster Camp Ground, Inc. Will NOT be held liable for any theft, claims, demands, or damages to your RV, Vehicle or personal items during the duration of your stay. By Accepting a reservation, you agree to release LCG inc. and its employees harmless from any liability which may arise from incidents and/or accidents involving yourself or your party while on the LCG premises to the extent allowed by the law.

The Lancaster Camp Ground RV Park reserves the right to run a background check on you and your guests 18 years of age and over. If criminal records exist up to and including felonies are on record, we reserve the right, as a private property, to have you leave the RV Park immediately and your reservation will be cancelled.

View Full Lancaster Campground RV Park Rules

Cafe

The Cafe at the Lancaster Camp Ground offers lunch 11:30am – 1:30pm on Sunday from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend. Additionally, The Cafe is available to cater private events onsite or at your location.

Call (740) 653-2119, Option 2, to reserve The Cafe or schedule catering for a group breakfast, lunch, or dinner meeting, as well as wedding rehearsal dinners or retirement dinners. For a quote, please send an email with details of your request to thecafe@lancastercampground.org.

Davis Auditorium

Worship services are held each Sunday, June through Labor Day weekend, at 10:30 AM in Davis Auditorium. Each Sunday, different pastors and musicians will share God’s Word. The public is invited to share in these services.

The Davis is also available to rent for concerts, recitals, plays, weddings, memorial services, graduations, and large meetings (1,500 capacity limit). It is not heated or air-conditioned, but a breeze always keeps it comfortable. Late April thru early October would be the best months to rent for your event. Contact the Lancaster Camp Ground Office for inquiry. Office hours: Monday – Friday 9am to 5pm call (740) 653-2119 or E-mail contact@lancastercampground.org.

Read about the Davis Auditorium Preservation Project

The Davis Auditorium closed in 2005 after water eroded the sandstone foundation causing the 14,400 square foot structure to settle 3 inches. Towers 4-foot x 4-foot were installed to protect the building from shifting while the 120-foot-long East side foundation was replaced with concrete 32” deep and 8” wide.

A fundraising committee was organized in 2011. After untiring efforts of many. The goal was to raise money by dinner theatres, auctions, writing and receiving grants; obtaining donations of money, time, tools, equipment. The structure was completed as required by the building code and engineers.

The towers were replaced with 8” x 8” steel columns, 2 sheer walls were built, 2 ramps to the outside and one to the stage were completed, the outside doors and flaps were rebuilt, caulking between boards and around windows was done, chains to hang flaps and different door hinges were replaced, refinished the stage wall and flooring, rebuilt to rooms off the stage, refinished 155 pews, a podium was built from the wood of damaged pews, replaced fire extinguishers, re-surfaced the blacktop floor of the Davis and the area around the building, purchased new fans, flags, and alter cushions.

A work week was planned and organized by Shirley Wasem for May 14th – May 19th 2018. There were 45 – 50 workers daily from the Camp Ground and surrounding areas. They scraped, sealed windows, replaced rotten boards, rebuilt doors & flaps, and completed a multitude of tasks.

Sherwin Williams Company donated 150 gallons of paint and 35 people came on May 24, 2018 to paint the building with 2 coats. The company also gave the project a discount on the 140 gallons of paint & stain used on the inside. The Preservation Committee sends another heartfelt thanks for all they have done to expedite the opening of the Davis.

Fairfield County Foundation also has been a great help by sharing a $20,000 dollar grant toward the cost of the columns, and $40,000 grant of the blacktop floor. The stage drapes were all dry rotted & came down in pieces. A grant was written to South Central Electric and they totally paid to replace them with a $10,000 grant. The Davis would not be open today without the generous donations.

The beautiful 1895 historic gem, only one other like it in the USA, is now open and ready to share with the Community.

The Preservation Committee would like to thank everyone who helped by sharing their time, talents, tools, food, and equipment. (A total of 5,972 hours of volunteer time). Most of all the support, encouragement, and prayers.

Copeland Pool & The Maple Leaf

Copeland Pool will Only be open to non-residents who purchase a yearly pass.

Family members and friends of the association members/LCG residents may come to the pool as long as the Association Member/LCG Resident is with them at the pool. The guest MUST purchase the daily pass. Association Member/LCG Resident must be present at the pool as long as their guest is at the pool. Children 12 and under MUST be accompanied by an adult or legal guardian, absolutely no exceptions. Lifeguards are NOT babysitters.

Situated right next to the Copeland Pool, The Maple Leaf sells snacks and concessions.