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The 20 best camping spots in Ohio.

From the shores of Lake Erie to scenic woodlands and meadows, Ohio has something to suit every camper.

Mohican Campground

1. Mohican Campground

88% Recommend (4 Campers)

Shaded by the park’s enveloping, thick foliage, Mohican State Park is a one-thousand-plus-acre greenhouse oasis, perfumed by the wind-swept oaks...

Cynthia
Cynthia: We camped here for 3 nights last summer. Mohican State Park is kind of spread out in the state forest. There's good hiking,...
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Campeggio Dangelo
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2. Campeggio Dangelo

Farmhouse and barn from the 19th century, We have two acres with flower and vegetable gardens. There is a barn with a rustic bar, a bicycle room...

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No matter what region of the state you’re in, camping in Ohio is bound to be an adventure. In the North you can spend long summer days and nights on the shores of Lake Erie, while in the South you can visit Shawnee State Park in the picturesque Appalachian foothills. If you’re in the West, check out the limestone gorge at John Bryan State Park, which is said to be the most Read more...
No matter what region of the state you’re in, camping in Ohio is bound to be an adventure. In the North you can spend long summer days and nights on the shores of Lake Erie, while in the South you can visit Shawnee State Park in the picturesque Appalachian foothills. If you’re in the West, check out the limestone gorge at John Bryan State Park, which is said to be the most scenic park in that region. A 30-minute drive from Cincinnati will bring you to East Fork State Park, where you can explore waterfalls and Ordovician fossil beds at the site of two former gold mines. Within a one-hour drive of Columbus, caves await exploring at Hocking Hills State Park. As they say: "Ohio, So Much to Discover."
Delaware Campground

3. Delaware Campground

Leaf littered by an expansive, enveloping carpet of fallen tree mass, Delaware State Park Campground is near two-thousand acre of pristine eutopia....

Mt. Gilead Campground

4. Mt. Gilead Campground

Have a fancy for the teeny tiny? Come to Mt. Gilead State Park. This pint sized wilderness is as quaint as an antique dollhouse. It’s 181 acres are...

Carved between 12,000 and 1 million years ago, Lake Erie was among the first of the Great Lakes to be uncovered when glacial ice retreated.
Alum Creek Campground

5. Alum Creek Campground

The campground at Alum Creek State Park has got plenty of space for you eager adventurers; choose from nearly 300 campsites offering shade or sun....

Malabar Farm Campground

6. Malabar Farm Campground

Inked by allusions to Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Louis Bromfield, Malabar Farm State Park Campground is clucking with the sounds of...

Ohio is home to more than 80 natural bridges and arches.
Dillon Campground

7. Dillon Campground

Rolled with green-hued heels, Dillon State Park Campground is comely situated within like-named valleys. Aside from the Instagram worthy...

Maddie
Maddie: You'll be surrounded by camping families - try to be respectful of beer/fun supply usage.
Indian Lake Campground

8. Indian Lake Campground

A five-thousand-acre aquatic oasis, Indian Lake is one of Ohio’s best water-loving hotspots for the boating, watersporting ilk. From the easily...

On Kelleys Island you can see glacial grooves that were carved into limestone bedrock 18,000 years ago.
Buck Creek Campground

9. Buck Creek Campground

You’ll definitely buck up when you enter Buck Creek State Park. The grounds hug a 2,120 acre lake that provides you all of your watery wishes. In...

Corey
Corey: The beach isn't handicap friendly, as it's a long climb down from parking. It's also the rockiest water you'll ever cut a toe...
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A.W. Marion Camground

10. A.W. Marion Camground

This small but mighty park offers some awfully pretty camping among the shady Ohio woods. If you’re camping with tots, you might be interested in...

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Lakes initially used as reservoirs for the state’s canal system were eventually turned into Ohio State Parks in 1949.
Deer Creek Campground

11. Deer Creek Campground

Cowan Lake State Park offers a peaceful escape into nature with all of the fixings of modern camping. Lace up your hiking shoes and wander the...

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Kiser Lake Campground

12. Kiser Lake Campground

396 acre Kiser Lake, welcomes ye sailors, but save the motorboating for home. Kiser Lake State Park is the elite spot for water sporting and...

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Findley Campground

13. Findley Campground

Ohio? Never thought its wildernesses could be grand? Think again. Take a trip to Findley State Park and discover 838 acres of a story-book forest,...

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Van Buren Campground

14. Van Buren Campground

We’ll say it bluntly: Van Buren State Park Campground is the bees knees. We’ll keep saying it bluntly: horseback riding, hiking, bike riding,...

Hocking State Forest Horse Camp

15. Hocking State Forest Horse Camp

If you’ve got the itch to horse camp, you’ll find the scratch you’re looking for at Hocking State Forest Horse Camp. What makes it so great is the...

Adam
Adam: You can never go wrong in the hills 😎 hammock heaven
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John Bryan Campground

16. John Bryan Campground

Wanna find what’s rad in Ohio? A stay at John Bryan State Park is a good start! Referred to as the most scenic park in the state, you can bet your...

Kristen
Kristen: We camped here a couple times this summer. The majority of the sites are open and very few are primitive. Minutes away from the...
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Blue Rock Campground

17. Blue Rock Campground

Feeling green? Go blend in with the foliage up in Blue Rock Campground. The only thing that will be blue is the gorgeous Cutler Lake, where you can...

Great Seal Campground

18. Great Seal Campground

On the rugged-, untamed-edge of Scioto Valley lies one of Ohio’s best wildlife areas. Beside the binocular-focused stills, Great Seal State Park is...

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Old Man’s Cave Campground

19. Old Man’s Cave Campground

Echoed with geological patina, reverberated by the popular gasps of backpackers, Old Man’s Cave is, by far, the most sought-after wonder in Hocking...

Suzy
Suzy: Something between an RV park and a state park campground. Don't let the crowds put you off, tho. Grin and bear it at the...
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Tar Hollow Campground

20. Tar Hollow Campground

What’s wooded, beachy, and baller all over? We’ll tell ya. It’s Tar Hollow State Park Campground. Let us elaborate. We love that you can keep...

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