Does anyone know of good camping sites in ohio?
i live in southeast ohio, and im planning a camping trip, and was wanting some good input on campgrounds.
All the state parks are pretty nice but expensive. You don’t say what style of camping you are doing. Tent, camper, backpacking? Hocking hills is very nice. Any of the reservoirs (Burr Oak, Seneca lake) have camping. Over in your part of the state you are not too far from Ohio Power rec area. Good fishing and cheap camping there, if you are into that sort of thing. You can get a free permit on line. These people may be a corp. But they have the cheapest camping in Ohio. Look around their pages. Here is a link to apply for a permit. Http://www.aep.com/environmental/recreation/recland/permit.aspx But West Virginia is very nice, if you want to go that far. Spruce Knob area.
Where are some good places to go camping in Ohio?
I wanted to take a camping trip with a couple of my buddies and we go to school in Ohio, but none of us are from here. We really want to do some fishing, and would like the place we go to be less commercial and more um for lack of a better word, Raw. any ideas?
Look at Allegheny National Forest just over the PA border. It is huge. There are a lot of places to go to camp and fish. There is a big reservoir, some rivers and a lot of little creeks for fishing.
There are also some state parks and wilderness areas inside the National Forest.
If you really want to stay in Ohio look at the Hocking Hills Area or Mohican State Park.
Hocking HIlls has some great cliffs and caves. Be sure to go see Ash Cave and some of the waterfalls.
Where could I go on a hiking/canoe/camp trip in Ohio?
My buddies and I were thinking of going on one of those camping trips with all men where you “find yourselves”… Alright I’m just kidding about that last part but where would be a good place to camp for the night, maybe take a canoe or hiking trip as well.
Can anyone recommend a great camping site in or near Ohio?
We live in Dayton, Ohio and would like to plan a weekend camping trip with a cabin, near water with options for things to do.
I found this really great website the other day that lets you type in the town you want to camp near, it finds all of the campsites within a certain number of miles. It will show them on a map kind of like how google shows places when you type in an adress. You can click on any of the numbered circles and an information bubble will pop up. If you’re interested in that campsite, you can click on the blue link that says “more information”, and that link will take you to a general information page that has a link to the campsite’s websites (not all campsites have a website).
Here’s the site:
Just look for the map of the USA.
There are about 30 within 200 miles of Dayton.
Good luck and have fun!!
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