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Ohio Guide
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The best camping in Ohio.

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


The Yurt at Viking Longhall

The Yurt at Viking Longhall

100% Recommend – 3 Responses
Taylor
Taylor: Upon our arrival to The Yurt at Viking Longhall, we were greeting by our host David who beckoned us by...
Request book$150/night
Farm Stay Tent Camping

Farm Stay Tent Camping

100% Recommend – 14 Responses
Jeff
Jeff: Alan and Chris are extremely welcoming and generous hosts! Thank you for sharing your beautuful farm w...
Direct book$50/night
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."
Bath Hollow Farm @ CVNP

Bath Hollow Farm @ CVNP

100% Recommend – 8 Responses
Eithel
Eithel: This is definitely a place you want to check out. We were welcomed with big smiles and were told every...
Request book$45/night
Big Lotus Belle Tent

Big Lotus Belle Tent

100% Recommend – 3 Responses
Barbara
Barbara: My husband and I stayed at Eco Camp in a Big Lotus Belle Tent! And it was such a nice little getaway. ...
Direct book$100/night
At Hopewell Culture National Historic Park you can see and learn about earthworks and burial mounds from the indigenous Hopewell culture.
Kickapoo Kamping

Kickapoo Kamping

100% Recommend – 4 Responses
Brittany
Brittany: Little did we know our stay would be covered with plenty of great amenities you desire to have while c...
Request book$20/night
Pondside Camp

Pondside Camp

100% Recommend – 3 Responses
Brian
Brian: Overall a great experience! Fairly close proximity to the road, but it is a country backroad and the q...
Request book$20/night
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.
Bunkhouse Cabin
Jackie
Jackie : Our cabin is located in a tree filled garden near our main horsebarn. It is private but close enough...
Direct book$150/night
Country Dream
Brenda
Brenda: Sweet and Simple! Perfect for weekend get away. Close to local antique stores and boating sites, and...
Direct book$20/night
Ohio is home to more than 80 natural bridges and arches.
Little Lotus Bud Tent
Anna
Anna: This is such a magical experience!! Alex, who owns and runs Eco Camp, is extremely hospitable and acco...
Direct book$80/night
Dog Friendly Yurt (16 foot)
The Eco Camp
The Eco Camp: Each of our tents includes a comfortable queen size mattress, solar chargers for your phones and...
Direct book$100/night
On Kelleys Island you can see glacial grooves that were carved into limestone bedrock 18,000 years ago.
All Season Rustic Farm Cottage
Jason
Jason: Escape from it all at this ultra glamp-style farm cottage at Burnt Toast Farms, cut flowers and alpaca...
Direct book$299/night
Shoreline Cabin
Doug
Doug: The Shoreline cabin is nestled in the trees right on the edge of our pond, you can just about fish...
Direct book$75/night
Lakes initially used as reservoirs for the state’s canal system were eventually turned into Ohio State Parks in 1949.
Sunshine Cabin
Scott
Scott: We have a 200 sq. ft. shed that we've converted into a cabin. It has a greenhouse room and loft for...
Direct book$25/night
Party House
Trey
Trey: The house sits on a nice piece of property with a pond and some cool land features like an Ivy field a...
Direct book$50/night
Old Man’s Cave Campground
Suzy
Suzy: Something between an RV park and a state park campground. Don't let the crowds put you off, tho. Gri...
Public campground
Cozy Hideaway
Ashley
Ashley: My cousin and I stayed at Cozy Hideaway one rainy evening. While we were disappointed to miss out on ...
Request book$110/night
Nothing But Nature Organic Vege
Phil & Diane
Phil & Diane: We grow organic vegetables and have milk goats, steers and pigsWe've been WWOOF hosts for 15 years. 2...
Direct book$40/night
Secluded Big Rock Cabin
Brittany
Brittany: These cabins are so detailed and you can see how much thought is put into these cabins. Erin is such a...
Request book$225/night
The Hoot Owl Cabin
Ashley
Ashley: The Hoot Owl Cabin was so cute. They have owl details throughout the cabin, adorable! Beautiful drive...
Request book$100/night
The Barn at The Hallstead
Donna
Donna: Sleep on the top floor of a post and beam, vintage Dutch bank barn, circa 1920s. Cots available, sleep...
Request book$70/night