16 of the Best Campgrounds Within 100 Miles of Cincinnati, Ohio (2022)

Campgrounds in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana are open for the season – and after so much time spent inside over the past few years, spending some time in the great outdoors is going to be a welcomed change of pace (and scenery!) for many in the Cincinnati area this summer.

We have lots of great campgrounds to choose from near Cincinnati … and plenty of options for all kinds of camping and skill levels. Whether you’re a novice camper, an experienced outdoorsman, bringing along an RV, or keeping it primitive and off the grid, there’s lots of choices within just a few hours.

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Be sure to check the campground website (included in our list below) or give them a call if you have any questions or concerns before heading out.

Camping in Ohio (near Cincinnati)

Enjoy our list of campgrounds in and around Cincinnati– tent camping locations, primitive camp sites, RV camper locations, and more!

Winton Woods Campground

Winton Woods campground is a local favorite, located about 20 miles north of Cincinnati close to Greenhills. This outdoor spot has a ton of amenities, making it great for campers who like the outdoors but might not necessarily want to be fully “roughing it” in the wild. The campground features a camp store, washer and dryer, group activity shelter, a playground, Wi-Fi, and is within walking distance of Winton Woods Harbor and and a paved walking trail around Winton Woods Lake. Winton Woods park offers nature trails, fishing, picnic areas, a golf course, Parky’s Farm, and horseback riding just a short drive from the campground.

Campground includes 113 total campsites:
(all campsites include electricity)

  • 25 RV back-in sites with full hook-up
  • 12 RV pull-through sites with full hook-up
  • 68 tent sites with electric
  • 8 rustic camping cabins with one double and three single beds, kitchen table, electric, heat and air conditioning

Read all about our visit to Winton Woods here
Winton Woods Campground Website

East Fork State Park

Clocking in at 4,870 acres, East Fork State Park is one of Ohio’s largest state parks and is located 25 miles outside of Cincinnati in Clermont County. The park will keep campers of all ages entertained all day with a swimming beach, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, boating, and horseback riding. Don’t forget to pack your binoculars and field journals – nature lovers will love checking out the park’s diverse landscapes and wildlife, including hills, grasslands, swamp forests, floodplains, and old farmlands.

East Fork State Park Website

Miami Whitewater Forest Campground

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The Miami Whitewater Forest Campground is nestled in the 4,400+ acre park just 25 miles northwest of Cincinnati. All ages can enjoy the wooded park, a playground for kids, and a harbor and 85-acre lake within walking distance of the campground.

Miami Whitewater Forest has something for everyone. The park itself is a hiker’s paradise with 6 trails (including the 7.8-mile paved Shaker Trace trail). Bring along your golf clubs to spend the afternoon at the Miami Whitewater Forest Golf Course or lace up your gym shoes and hit the fitness trail. Your pup can even join in the fun at the 11-acre dog park and dog agility course.

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The campground includes 46 campsites, each with a 30 amp electric hookup, a picnic table, and a fire ring.

Read all about our visit to Miami Whitewater Forest
Miami Whitewater Forest Campground Website

Lake Isabella

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This spot is for the campers who want a more primitive approach. These sites aren’t quite as intense as “Into the Wild” or hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, but they can make you feel like you’re roughing it a bit more than the other local campgrounds. Hand carts are available to transport camping gear from cars to campsites (no parking is available at the sites), and port-o-let restrooms and potable water are available on site.

The Lake Isabella campground is within walking distance of a playground, the Lake Isabella boathouse and fishing lake, and the Little Miami River canoe and kayak launch.

Campground includes 24 primitive tent sites, including:

  • A picnic table at each site
  • Communal fire ring per group of four campsites

Read all about our visit to Lake Isabella here
Lake Isabella’s Campground Website

Caesar Creek State Park Campground

Who would have guessed we have a beach right here in southern Ohio! Don’t believe me? Caesar Creek State Park in Waynesville has over 1,200 feet of beach along Caesar Creek Lake with swimming, fishing and even water skiing. Combine water activities with 40+ miles of hiking trails and 60+ species of plants and wildlife, and it’s no surprise that you might want to make a whole weekend (or week!) of it at Caesar Creek State Park campground.

The campground has over 250 campsites, ranging from tent camping to RVs. Bathrooms and shower houses are available throughout the campground, along with electricity and full hook up site options, picnic tables, fire rings, a camp store, and a boat ramp.

Caesar Creek State Park Website

Stonelick State Park

Stonelick State Park is located in southwest Ohio on 1,058 acres of rolling highlands filled with diverse fossils and rocks. Campers of all experience levels can make a fun weekend here, with both primitive group sites and sites with electricity available. If you don’t have camping gear, Rent-A-Camp units are available in the summer months which include tents, a dining canopy, cooler, and cook stove.

Stonelick State Park Website

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Hueston Woods State Park

Hueston Woods features close to 3,000 acres of outdoor fun in Butler and Preble counties. Campers can enjoy hiking, fishing, golf, disc golf, canoeing, fossil hunting, archery, and the park’s 625-acre Acton Lake (with a boat ramp, docks, and boat rental options).

With over 200 camp sites available, you can pick from primitive sites, electric campsites, and an equestrian camping area. If you’re looking for a more unique experience, you can even reserve a yurt for the night!

Hueston Woods State Park Website

John Bryan State Park Campground

This hidden gem in Yellow Springs, Ohio is the ultimate destination for Ohio camping. John Bryan State Park boasts miles and miles of scenic hiking trails – and if you can’t get enough of the outdoors, the campground is also within a few miles of the Little Miami State Forest Preserve, Clifton Gorge State Nature Preserve, and (one of my personal favorites) Glen Helen Nature Preserve.

The Little Miami River runs through John Bryan State Park (and many of the nearby nature preserves) so if you love a day on the water, be sure to carve out some time for canoeing and kayaking.

Known for its colorful buildings, the downtown area of Yellow Springs is just a few miles from John Bryan State Park and offers an eclectic assortment of shopping, dining, and events.

John Bryan State Park Website

Cowan Lake State Park

Located north of Cincinnati in Wilmington, Cowan Lake State Park is known for its scenic inlets full of the American Lotus water lily. While many try to stay “unplugged” while camping, I don’t think anyone will blame you for snapping some pictures on your phone to capture some of the park’s beauty!

The campground has 200+ campsites, including:

  • 237 electric campsites
  • 17 non-electric campsites
  • 4 wheelchair accessible campsites
  • Cottages with shower, screened porch, color TV, cooking utensils, bed linens, and towels
  • Camper’s beach
  • Showerhouse and laundry facilities
  • Bike rental and basketball courts

Cowan Lake State Park Website

Campgrounds in Indiana

Enjoy our list of tent camping locations, primitive camp sites, and RV camper locations in the eastern part of Indiana. All are within 1-2 hours of Cincinnati, Ohio

Whitewater Memorial State Park

Whitewater Memorial State Park is located in eastern Indiana about 60 miles northwest of downtown Cincinnati. The park is known for its 200-acre man-made lake, which is just a 1-mile hike from the campground. If you’re a hiker, you can also trek through the park’s other marked trails ranging from 1.2-2.7 miles (or if you’re an equestrian, take your horse out on the 9-mile Bridle Trails).

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The campground has over 300 campsites, including:

  • 236 electric campsites
  • 45 non-electric campsites
  • 37 horsemen’s primitive campsites
  • Cabins
  • Camp Store

Whitewater Memorial State Park Website

Versailles State Park

Spend a long weekend at Indiana’s second largest state park, located just about 50 miles east of downtown Cincinnati. If you enjoy camping in the fall, plan your trip around the Versailles Pumpkin Show (last weekend in September) or the Bluegrass Festival (first weekend of October) – or if you’re already planning on attending, the campground is a great option for lodging!

Rent a rowboat, kayak, or canoe and head on out to the 230-acre fishing lake, or spend the afternoon hiking or mountain biking on one of the park’s many trails. Visit the overlook at the park’s dam to check out the local wildlife, or learn about the park’s history in the Civil War. One thing’s for sure – there’s plenty to do at Versailles State Park!

The campground has 200+ campsites, including:

  • 226 electric campsites
  • 9 electric equestrian campsites
  • Group camp
  • Camp store

Versailles State Park Website

Brookville Lake

Brookville Lake is located just under 50 miles northwest of Cincinnati, Ohio and is home to the Mounds SRA (Mounds State Recreation Area) and Quakertown SRA (Quakertown State Recreation Area).

Whether you’re camping with the kids or planning a kid-free trip, Brookville Lake has TONS of activities for all ages: boating, fishing, archery, hunting, paddle boarding, a shooting range, a playground, a swimming beach, volleyball, and water skiing. The park is home to 25+ miles of hiking trails, and the lake itself is over 5,000 acres with 9 boat launch ramps. The park is also a stop on the Indiana Birding Trail – so be sure to bring your binoculars!

The campground has 400+ campsites, including:

  • 62 full hookup campsites
  • 388 electric campsites
  • Camp Store

Brookville Lake State Park Website

Clifty Falls State Park

Clifty Falls State Park is located about 75 miles southeast of downtown Cincinnati. A local hiker’s dreamland, choose from 10 hikes ranging from 0.75 miles to 4.5 miles and “easy” to “very rugged” difficulty levels. Several of the trails are along the Brough’s Folly 1852 railroad path, and many lead hikers through a canyon and offer scenic waterfall views. If hiking isn’t your thing, you can spend the day at the park’s swimming pool (with a water slide!), the Clifty Inn and Restaurant, or at the nearby Lanier State Historic Site in Madison.

The campground has 150+ campsites, including:

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  • 106 electric campsites
  • 63 non-electric campsites

Clifty Falls State Park Website

Hidden Paradise Campground

Hidden Paradise Campground is located just off I-74, between Cincy and Indianapolis. Located on 80 acres, this campground has wooded RV sites and 6 cabins.

The campground has 168 sites for RV’s and tents plus 6 cabins, included:

  • Electric + water sites and primitive camping sites
  • Full hook-up sites
  • Quarry swimming for registered campers
  • Paddleboats, canoes, and kayak rentals
  • Campground grocery store

Hidden Paradise Campground Website

Campgrounds in Kentucky

Enjoy our list of tent camping locations, primitive camp sites, and RV camper locations in the northern part of Kentucky. All are within 1-2 hours of Cincinnati, Ohio.

General Butler State Park

General Butler State Park is about an hour’s drive southeast of downtown Cincinnati. Outdoor enthusiasts can spend the day mountain biking along the Fossil Trail, bird watching, hiking, playing mini golf, picnicking, boating, canoeing, and fishing on the 30-acre Butler Lake. If it’s a rainy day, spend time indoors at the Game Room or Butler-Turpin Home museum. Finish the day with dinner at Two Rivers Restaurant or enjoying some Kentucky bourbons and local moonshine at Port William’s Lounge.

If non-campers are interested in making the trip, they can stay at the Butler Lodge, which has 53 rooms and a scenic Ohio River valley view. 1, 2, and 3-bedroom cottages are also available.

The campground has 100+ campsites, including:

  • Utility hookups & grills
  • Showers and restrooms
  • Laundry facility

General Butler State Park Website

Big Bone Lick State Historic Site

Big Bone Lick State Historic Site is located about 30 miles southeast of downtown Cincinnati, where you can see real bison and learn all about the area’s paleontology, geology, ice age mammals, and Native American History. The park also has an orienteering course (a woods-navigation activity using a compass or GPS), which you don’t often find around here. Other outdoor activities include the Discovery Trail, bird watching, hiking, playgrounds, and mini golf.

The campground has 62 campsites, including:

  • Utility hookups & grills
  • Swimming pool
  • Playground areas
  • Showers and restrooms
  • Laundry facilities
  • Campground grocery store

Big Bone Lick State Historic Site Website

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Kincaid Lake State Park

Kincaid Lake State Park is located about 40 miles south of downtown Cincinnati. Spend a perfect day by the lake fishing and boating, or enjoy the great outdoors at the park’s hiking trails, swimming pool, sand volleyball and basketball courts, and mini golf.

The campground has 84 sites, including:

  • Electric and water hookups
  • Grocery
  • Playground
  • Restrooms and showers

Kincaid Lake State Park Website

FAQs

Which Ohio state campgrounds have full hookup? ›

Ohio's Pymatuning State Park Campground offers full-hookup, electric and non-electric sites, with a camp store, camper beach, and more.

How much is it to camp at Hocking Hills? ›

We offer Private Primitive Campsites minutes from Hocking Hills State Parks. Prices start at $25, kids enjoy free.

What is the best state for Boondocking? ›

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How much does it cost to camp at Hueston Woods? ›

Fee is $50-$100/night. Group sites 1 & 3 can accommodate up to 100 campers.

What is the off season for Ohio State Parks? ›

Ohio State Parks offer camping opportunities throughout the winter season. Generally, winter season runs from November 1 through March 31, however that varies by park. The cost to camp is $3 less than during peak season weekends, though rates due vary by park.

How long can you stay at a Ohio state park campground? ›

The maximum period of time that any person is permitted to stay overnight in any designated campground or other rented overnight facility within a state park shall not exceed fourteen days in any thirty day time frame.

What is the most visited state park in Ohio? ›

East Harbor State Park

The most popular state park according to occupancy rate is East Harbor, located on the shores of Lake Erie. The park offers opportunities for boating, fishing, swimming and camping. There are trails, disc golf and plenty space for wildlife watching.

How much is an Ohio state park pass? ›

Ohio remains one of the few states in the country that does not charge a general admission or parking fee at its 74 state parks.

Can you drink alcohol in Ohio state parks? ›

Alcohol Prohibited

Alcohol is prohibited in public areas in every state park. Alcohol may be consumed within the confines and privacy afforded in a cabin, cabin site, lodge room, rented campsite, or in those areas designated by the chief of Ohio State Parks.

Are dogs allowed in Ohio state parks? ›

Dogs are allowed on most trails and campgrounds in Ohio state parks. Expect to pay a pet fee of $1 in most parks.

Can you camp year round in Ohio? ›

Most Ohio State Park campgrounds are open year-round for four seasons of fun, though many offer limited facilities in the winter. Camping options include family camping, equestrian camping, and group camping. Reservations for camping can be made online or by telephone at (866) OHIOPARKS (1-866-644-6727).

Can you camp long term in state parks? ›

Some state parks permit long term RV stays while others restrict how long you can camp. RV camping facilities go from nothing to everything in State parks.

Do Ohio state parks have water hookups? ›

Some parks offer full hook-up campsites (50-amp electric as well as water and sewer hook-ups) with pull-through pads that can accommodate RVs. “Premium” sites offer lake views.

What is the largest campground in Ohio? ›

Dayton KOA. In Brookville, Ohio, right near Dayton is the Dayton KOA campground, the KOA standing for “Kampgrounds of America,” which is the world's largest system of privately owned campgrounds. This site is family-run, owned by Rhonda and Joe Landis who treat their guests like family.

Where can I live in my RV in Ohio? ›

In most rural areas of Ohio (and the rest of the United States), it is perfectly legal to park an RV in your backyard. There are no federal statutes that can forbid you from doing so. If you live within the city of Dayton, however, you will need to adhere to local zoning codes when parking your RV on your property.

What is the camping season for Ohio State Parks? ›

Most Ohio State Park campgrounds are open year-round for four seasons of fun, though many offer limited facilities in the winter. Camping options include family camping, equestrian camping, and group camping. Reservations for camping can be made online or by telephone at (866) OHIOPARKS (1-866-644-6727).

Can you live in a campground year round Ohio? ›

Though the state has year-round appeal, RV campers should know that many campgrounds close for the winter. Luckily, Ohio's four largest metropolitan areas have a selection of year-round RV campgrounds to cater to visitors' needs.

Where can I park my RV to live for free? ›

Overnight Boondocking at stores, parking areas, truck stops, or permissible rest areas. With permission, select box stores, parking areas, truck stops, pull-offs, or rest areas permit short-term, overnight RV parking. Stores and stops sometimes include Walmart, Cabela's, and Flying J's, among others.

Why cant you live in an RV? ›

As per the Department of Housing and Urban Development, RVs only have recreational, travel, or camping purposes. On the other hand, they treat manufactured housing as a permanent residence. For this reason, it has always been illegal to live in it full-time.

What is the most visited state park in Ohio? ›

East Harbor State Park

The most popular state park according to occupancy rate is East Harbor, located on the shores of Lake Erie. The park offers opportunities for boating, fishing, swimming and camping. There are trails, disc golf and plenty space for wildlife watching.

Can you drink alcohol in Ohio state parks? ›

Alcohol is prohibited in public areas in every state park. The only exceptions are resort lodge restaurants and lounges, which provide complete beverage service. In addition, the golf course pro shops at Deer Creek, Hueston Woods, Maumee Bay, Punderson, and Salt Fork offer limited beverage service.

Can you camp for free in Ohio state parks? ›

Most of Ohio's free campsites are located on public land — state parks, state forests, along with a few county and city parks. Ohio's sole national park, Cuyahoga Valley, does not allow camping within its boundaries, but there are a few state parks and recreation areas with camping facilities just outside it.

Campgrounds in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana are open for the season – and after so much time spent inside over the past few years, spending some time in the great outdoors is going to be a welcomed change of pace (and scenery!) for many in the Cincinnati area this summer.We have lots of great campgro...

Enjoy our list of campgrounds in and around Cincinnati – tent camping locations, primitive camp sites, RV camper locations, and more!. Clocking in at 4,870 acres, East Fork State Park is one of Ohio’s largest state parks and is located 25 miles outside of Cincinnati in Clermont County.. Don’t believe me?. Campers of all experience levels can make a fun weekend here, with both primitive group sites and sites with electricity available.. With over 200 camp sites available, you can pick from primitive sites, electric campsites, and an equestrian camping area.. 237 electric campsites 17 non-electric campsites 4 wheelchair accessible campsites Cottages with shower, screened porch, color TV, cooking utensils, bed linens, and towels Camper’s beach Showerhouse and laundry facilities Bike rental and basketball courts. 226 electric campsites 9 electric equestrian campsites Group camp Camp store. The park is home to 25+ miles of hiking trails, and the lake itself is over 5,000 acres with 9 boat launch ramps.. 62 full hookup campsites 388 electric campsites Camp Store. The campground has 84 sites, including:

Campgrounds in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana are open for the season – and after so much time spent inside over the past few years, spending some time in the great outdoors is going to be a welcomed change of pace (and scenery!) for many in the Cincinnati area this summer.We have lots of great campgro...

Enjoy our list of campgrounds in and around Cincinnati – tent camping locations, primitive camp sites, RV camper locations, and more!. Campground includes 113 total campsites: (all campsites include electricity). Clocking in at 4,870 acres, East Fork State Park is one of Ohio’s largest state parks and is located 25 miles outside of Cincinnati in Clermont County.. With over 200 camp sites available, you can pick from primitive sites, electric campsites, and an equestrian camping area.. John Bryan State Park boasts miles and miles of scenic hiking trails – and if you can’t get enough of the outdoors, the campground is also within a few miles of the Little Miami State Forest Preserve, Clifton Gorge State Nature Preserve, and (one of my personal favorites) Glen Helen Nature Preserve.. Electric + water sites and primitive camping sites Full hook-up sites Quarry swimming for registered campers Paddleboats, canoes, and kayak rentals Campground grocery store

Looking for campgrounds in Cincinnati? Check out the best RV camping options in Cincinnati. View RV park reviews, photos, campground pricing & more.

FMCA Campground is a tiny RV park on the east side of Cincinti.. Winton Woods Campground is a large facility for RV camping in Cincinti.. The campground is located within Winton Woods Park, and it offers access to Winton Lake.. Unlike many Cincinti campgrounds, Steamboat Bend Campground offers picnic tables at every site.. Plus, this 1,000-acre park features a relatively large campground.. Frontier Campground is a small RV park in Waynesville, Ohio.. Frontier Campground features a large playground, and you can buy propane at this RV park.. There’s no doubt that Cincinnati is a great place to take your rental RV , and now it’s time to decide which of these campgrounds in Cincinnati, Ohio deserves your business.. You may prefer staying at an RV park in Cincinnati like Miami Whitewater Forest Campground if you want to commune with nature or go fishing.. Staying at an RV Park for a long period of time will vary on the campground & RV Park you choose.. Are there pet friendly RV Parks & Campgrounds in Cincinnati, Ohio?

Get in touch with nature, all within a short drive of Downtown Cincinnati.

Winton Woods (14 miles from downtown Cincinnati)The park offers 123 campsites total including cabin options and RV back-in and pull-through.. Lebanon Cincinnati Northeast KOA (33 miles from downtown Cincinnati). Lebanon Cincinnati Northeast KOA is located 30 minutes from both downtown Cincinnati and Dayton, and it is only eight miles from Kings Island.. Olive Branch Campground (36 miles from downtown Cincinnati). This campground has has 15 pull-thru RV sites, 106 back-in RV sites, and 1 park model and 1 rustic cabin.. Oak Creek Campground (22 miles from downtown Cincinnati)This family-owned campground offers 99 sites, five of them are pull-through, 94 back-ins, and eight primitive tent areas.. Big Bone Lick State Park (25 miles from downtown Cincinnati)Big Bone Lick State Park campground is open April 1–October 31.. River Ridge Park (26 miles from downtown Cincinnati). Located 2 miles from the Rabbit Hash General Store , River Ridge Park offers back-in campsites for trailers and RVs.. Cabin Run Creek Campground (40 miles from downtown Cincinnati). Cabin Run Creek features 32 campsites, 25 of which have water and electric hookup.. Sparta Campground (45 miles from downtown Cincinnati). Located just 3.5 miles from the Kentucky Speedway , this campground offers 300 campsites, a bath house with hot showers, a dump station, a water fill station, and a fire ring at each campsite.. Three Springs Campground (50 miles from downtown Cincinnati). This family-friendly campground has an emphasis on healthy outdoor activities and boasts a swimming pool, fishing pond, and playground.. Stonelick State Park (35 miles from downtown Cincinnati)Featuring 108 electric sites and six non-electric sites as well as spacious cabins, Stonelick State Park offers boating, fishing, hunting, swimming, and multiple trails.. Miami Whitewater Forest Campground (22 miles from downtown Cincinnati)When you camp at any of the 46 sites with 30 amp electric hookups, picnic table and fire ring, you are within walking distance to the Miami Whitewater Forest Harbor and 85-acre lake.

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Ohio is an awesome state to visit with lots of things to see and do. Read on to check out some of the best campgrounds in Ohio.

It offers beautiful surroundings, lots of activities, and themed weekends including Pirates and Wizarding weekends in July, a Luau in August, a benefit for hospice during Labor Day weekend, and Fall Festival in October.. Cross Creek Camping Resort – Photo via RV LIFE Campgrounds. Evergreen is a luxurious park located in Dundee, Ohio.. Some of the sites are pull-through.. Top O’ the Caves is a 60-acre resort set in the heart of Hocking Hills with everything from primitive camping to RV sites with full hookups and luxury log cabins.. Hocking Hills State Park is one of our favorite campgrounds in Ohio.. Lake Erie offers fishing and swimming just a short jaunt from your RV site.

Ohio offers a beautiful and varied landscape, from tall stony mountains to deep forested valleys, and this makes it an excellent camping destination. With different scenery for every taste, everyone can find their perfect camping spot in Ohio. If you’re looking for scenic vistas, historical sites, natural attractions, or fun daytime activities, there’s a park or campground in Ohio that can make your dream camping trip a reality. 

Located in Ohio, the Cuyahoga Valley National Park offers a massive 33,000 acres of land, and with the rest of the state filled with other amazing camping spots, the options can seem overwhelming.. The Buckeye State is also home to two National Historic Parks, three National Wildlife Refuges, and an impressive 83 different state parks.. Home to an excellent selection of hiking and mountain biking trails, this National Park has over 125 miles to explore.. Beaver Creek Campground offers a selection of sites with electric hookups, and even equestrian camping.. There are plenty of trails for hiking, biking, and even equestrians in Alum Creek State Park, one of which is the Hollenback Hiking Trail.. As one of the most scenic and naturally beautiful areas in Ohio, Mohican State Park and the adjacent State Forest is definitely worth a visit.. Ohio is also home to many hiking trails which makes it perfect for trekking and camping.. Just in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, and right by the Ohio River, Shawnee State Park and the surrounding State Forest offer more than 60,000 acres of nature to explore.. Tent campers will find 61 campsites to choose from, all but 9 are non-electric sites, and there’s space for RV campers too.. This rugged, heavily forested area provides beautiful scenery for campers, hikers, and nature lovers to enjoy.. Findley State Park holds 838 acres of beautiful woodlands of hardwoods and stately pines, it was actually once a state forest.. The huge 33,000-acre Cuyahoga Valley National Park offers over 100 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails, as well as a historic railroad, and Brandywine Falls.

The state of Ohio is ideally placed for great camping throughout the year. You can camp in the northern region of the state near the shore of Lake Eris, or head south to the Wayne

Kids will appreciate the on-site playground and heated swimming pool.. If you’ve got an RV, you’ll find a spot at Caesar Creek .. Lake Loramie offers fishing, hiking and plenty of swimming to cool off when the sun is high.. You’ll also find 8 cabins for rent if you’d like a bit more privacy.. You’ll find amazing hiking, beautiful wildflowers and calm waters, ideally suited to paddling a canoe or kayak.. Even if you prefer not to rough it, you can find a gorgeous spot to park your RV and enjoy the beauty that is the Ohio outdoors.. This KOA campground includes several cabins.. There are more rustic options that provide a quiet place to sleep and plenty of and privacy.. This site is an official state park in Ohio, the largest in the state, offering many amenities, benefits and best tent camping in Ohio.. Where can you camp for free in Ohio?. Which one is the best family camping in Ohio?. How much does it cost to camp in Ohio state parks?. If you want to tent camp, you’ll be welcome.

Home to spectacular natural scenery, tranquil lakes, rugged mountains, and deep, forested valleys, Ohio is the perfect place to spend the weekend

2687 OH-43, Mogadore, OH 44260, Phone: 330-628-1212. Dillon State Park is located near Zanesville in Muskingum County and offers a range of outdoor and recreational activities, from scenic hiking and mountain biking trails to gorgeously picturesque settings for boating, fishing, picnicking, and camping.. Facilities in the park’s campground include an amphitheater, bicycle rentals, picnic tables and a children’s playground, mini-golf, basketball courts, a boat launching ramp, a camp store that sells essentials, a dog park, modern restrooms with showers, a swimming pool, and naturalist programs.. Mohican State Park is a 1,110-acre state park on the south shores of Pleasant Hill Lake in Ashland County.. The park is open year round for recreational activities, including boating, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, picnicking, and camping with both electric and non-electric campsites, restrooms, rental cabins and cottages, and group camping.. The park campground features electric and non-electric campsites and rental cabins, along with modern restrooms with hot showers and flushing toilets, picnic tables and fire rings, a camp store selling essentials, and a children’s playground.. 144 Lake Rd, Chillicothe, OH 45601, Phone: 740-887-4818. You are reading "22 Best Camping Spots in Ohio" Back to Top or Getting married, lunch near me, romantic things to do, places around me. Weekend trips, what is a great day trip destination, couples getaway, romantic hotels, unique places to stay, East, North, West, South, cheap getaways, staycation, must visit islands, botanical gardens, hamburgers, bbq, snowboarding, skiing, trailer parks near me, hot springs, quick trip: Edgewater , Crisfield , Elkton , Maine with Kids. Perched on top of the white cliffs of South Bass Island, 3 miles from the south shore of Lake Erie, South Bass Island State Park is a 33-acre park and favorite recreation spot with a variety of outdoor recreational activities on offer, including boating, sailing, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, golf, hiking, mountain biking, and camping.. Kelleys Island State Park , Photo: Courtesy of Chuck - Fotolia.com Barkcamp State Park , Photo: Courtesy of Sergey Novikov - Fotolia.com Ohio Camping: Countryside Campground , Photo: Countryside Campground Ohio Camping: Dillon State Park , Photo: Courtesy of amelie - Fotolia.com Ohio Camping: Findley State Park , Photo: Courtesy of Andrey Armyagov - Fotolia.com Grand Lake St. Marys State Park , Photo: Courtesy of Jovan - Fotolia.com Great Seal State Park , Photo: Courtesy of Freedomz - Fotolia.com Hocking Hills Adventures , Photo: Hocking Hills Adventures Indian Lake State Park , Photo: Courtesy of Dmitry Naumov - Fotolia.com Ohio Camping: John Bryan State Park Campground , Photo: Courtesy of Paul Lemke - Fotolia.com Camping in Ohio: Lake Hope State Park , Photo: Courtesy of clairelucia - Fotolia.com Camping in Ohio: Mary Jane Thurston State Park , Photo: Courtesy of EVGENIY - Fotolia.com Camping in Ohio: Mohican State Park , Photo: Courtesy of Tomasz Zajda - Fotolia.com Ohio Camping: Portage Lakes State Park , Photo: Courtesy of LIGHTFIELD STUDIOS - Fotolia.com Ohio Camping: Ridge Ranch Campground , Photo: Ridge Ranch Campground Roundup Lake Campground , Photo: Courtesy of maho - Fotolia.com Best Ohio Camping: Scioto Trail State Park , Photo: Courtesy of ehrlif - Fotolia.com Camping in Ohio: Shawnee State Park , Photo: Courtesy of Pavel Klimenko - Fotolia.com South Bass Island State Park , Photo: Courtesy of skyf - Fotolia.com Camping in Ohio: Tappan Lake , Photo: Courtesy of Tomasz Zajda - Fotolia.com Camping in Ohio: West Branch State Park , Photo: Courtesy of Colby - Fotolia.com Alum Creek State Park , Photo: Courtesy of Jacob Lund - Fotolia.com Cover Photo: Courtesy of Peter Atkins - Fotolia.com

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via Facebook About: Shawnee State Park offers two different campgrounds, Turkey Creek Campground and Ohio River Campground.. The heavily wooded Turkey Creek Campground offers electric and non-electric sites, suitable for tents or trailers while the Ohio River Campground is more rustic.. They’ve got all of your typical campground amenities, including a pool, a playground, a volleyball court, a camp store, and even a laundry facility.. via Facebook About: The Lazy River at Granville offers primitive camping, water and electric and full hookup sites with water, electric and sewer.. via Facebook About: The park’s wooded campground offers a total 56 camp sites, including both electric and non-electric sites.. via Facebook About: Dillon State Park Campground offers a variety of overnight accommodations including a large family campground, equestrian campsites, group camp area, and deluxe vacation cabins.. The campground is open year-round and offers over 200 electric sites, including 20 with full hookup, and more than 100 non-electric sites.. via Facebook About: East Harbor State Park campground is the largest campground in the Ohio State Park system.. via Facebook About: The campground at East Fork State Park provides plenty of shade for camping at its 300+ campsites.

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Believe it or not, there are a lot of great places with free camping in Ohio.. Wayne National Forest is easily one of the best places to camp in Ohio, and you don’t even have to pay.. One of the best kept secret locations for free camping in Ohio is Ronsheim Campground.. Someone comes by to check it every day so don’t try to sneak by without filling one out.. What makes Sawmill Road one of the best locations for free camping in Ohio is how rural it is.. Quiet time isn’t hard to find at Sawmill Road, and a lot of people appreciate that.. The sites are rather large, and pretty well spaced out so you don’t feel too close to your neighbors.. It’s a great place for free primitive camping in Ohio because of its central location, and there isn’t much hassle to camp there.. If that isn’t your thing, there are some good hiking trails that can be enjoyed instead.. Although the campsites are free, a permit is still required.. Some campsites have great fishing, while others have good hiking.

The following 10 Camping in Ohio destinations are stunning tried and true spots where you can expect an epic camping experience. There’s no shortage of things to do while camping in these favorite Ohio campsites.

Whether you call Ohio home or are just visiting, this state offers enough lakes rivers and trails to keep any camper busy.. You’ll soon see that camping in Ohio is the best way to vacation!. Mohican State Park. Address: 2340 Dry Creek Rd NE, Granville, OH 43023. This park’s wooded hills and scenic valleys offer a picturesque setting for all your outdoor adventures, whether it’s boating the quite coves of the lake or hiking the beautiful forest trails.

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