9 Campgrounds In Ohio That Are Picture Perfect For Camper And RV Trips

Looking for somewhere new to take the family on a weekend camping trip? Here in Ohio, we have several state parks, lakeside campgrounds and RV resorts that make great places for a family camper or RV trip. You don’t always have to travel far for some good old-fashioned family fun. The following are 9 of our favorite places for the best RV camping in Ohio!

Have you ever camped at any of these parks before? If so, which were your favorites? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!

If you’re interested in exploring an RV resort, check out this article about Lighthouse Point in beautiful Cedar Point.

If you’re still in the mood for more outdoor Ohio adventures, take a look at this video:


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Address: 2791 Rd 173, Grover Hill, OH 45849, USA
Address: 1002 Township Hwy 285A, Toronto, OH 43964, USA
Address: Clay's Resort Jellystone Park in North Lawrence, OH, 12951 Patterson St NW, North Lawrence, OH 44666, USA
Address: Kelleys Island State Park, 920 Division St, Kelleys Island, OH 43438, USA
Address: Baylor Beach Park; Water Park & Campground, 8777 Manchester Ave SW, Navarre, OH 44662, USA
Address: 8974 Long Lake Dr, Lakeville, OH 44638, USA
Address: 1921 Tall Timber Rd NE, New Philadelphia, OH 44663, USA
Address: 24688 Co Rd 10, Coshocton, OH 43812, USA
Address: East Harbor State Park, 1169 N Buck Rd, Lakeside Marblehead, OH 43440, USA
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Where can we find other campgrounds in Ohio?

  • Geneva State Park in Geneva offers tent, lodge, and deluxe cedar cabin camping spots with excellent views of the water.
  • Kelleys Island State Park in Kelleys Island offers both primitive and RV camping spots and among the activities here are exploring some cool ancient ruins.
  • Indian Lake State Park in Lakeview is a popular waterfront spot where campers can go fishing, boating, hiking, and swimming.

Read on to learn about some of the many other exciting campgrounds in Ohio.

Where can we go boating in Ohio?

  • Sharon Lake in Hamilton County is a popular place for traditional, row, and pedal boating, as well as canoeing and kayaking.
  • The Portage Lakes in Summit County are actually a group of reservoirs and glacial kettle lakes that are perfect for taking a boat out for the day.
  • The Ohio Muskingum River flows through parts of Marietta and is another popular spot for boating in the Buckeye State.

Read on to learn about some of the many other spectacular places to go boating in Ohio.

Where can we find small towns in Ohio?

  • Yellow Springs is a fun and artsy town popular with creative types, as well as those who enjoy hiking at places like the Glen Helen Nature Reserve located here.
  • Put-In-Bay is a quaint island village where you can enjoy cycling, boating, and golf, among other activities .
  • Perrysburg is home to numerous historic sites as well as great entertainment and cultural attractions.

Read on to learn about some of the many other charming small towns in Ohio.