Lodging and Camping

For those of you wishing to have a soft bed and a hot shower at the end of your fun filled day

Harrison has several motels within five miles of the Bash. 

 

Best Western Plus

Whitewater Inn
Two queen beds $79.99.

A king bed is $74.99
391 Comfort Dr. I-74 exit 1
Harrison, OH 45030

Next to Tractor Supply

behind Home Depot

Phone: 800-230-4134

Super 8

 Single $49.99

Two queen beds $69.99.

King bed is $59.99
10900 New Haven Rd
Harrison, OH, 45030
Phone: (513) 367-5200

Holiday Inn

Express
Two queen beds or one king

same price at $99.99
10906 New Haven Rd
Harrison, Ohio 45030
Tel: 513-367-1111


Camping at The Bash

 

Now if you like to rough it, Farmallcub.com members are more than welcome to stay in the barnyard, or in the barn if that's what thrills you.  The dogs won't bother you, at least mine won't.

Feel free to bring your camper, tent or what ever and stay Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.  We have room near the barn for motor homes, pick ups, and pull behinds.  We will also have an area for those who prefer tents. It is cheaper than a motel and more fun too.

This is our back yard so all campsites are primitive. A port-o-john and sink will be onsite for your convenience. Sorry, but at this time there is no shower facility so come Saturday you may smell like you were with Bear Cubs instead of Farmall Cubs.

We will provide limited electric to keep you out of total darkness.  You will be able to plug in laptops and chargers for cameras or cell phones and such. There will not be enough electric for air conditioners, refrigerators or other big items.

Generators may be used if you have one.  But please use caution.  Make sure the exhaust is not pointed towards someone else's sleeping area causing a carbon monoxide hazard. 

We will have a campfire for those wishing to sit around and chew the fat.  Bring a sturdy chair, a snack, a good story and a beverage if you prefer and the evening hours will be as much fun as the rest of the day. There is no curfew so stay up as long as you wish.  We only ask that you keep loud noise down after 11:00 pm to keep the neighbors happy.  Maybe we should just invite them over.

 

 

Some times a folding chair will decide to fold while a person is still sitting in it.  It sure adds to the entertainment around the fire. I doubt the wooden chairs will be out this year.