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Camping in Wine Country

4 sites 路 RVs, Tents195 acres 路 Geneva, OH
Purchased by my grandfather back in 1953 it has been a diverse fruit farm for many years.聽 Currently we have almost 200 acres, a lot of it woods.聽 We don't currently grow the crops that we did but we have planted some wine grapes in the last several years.聽 As we also have a winery, The Winery at Spring Hill, we wanted to get some of our own grapes in the ground.聽 We have several places for tent camping and we have a large parking lot at the winery for RV parking.Learn more about this land:Right in the middle of Ohio's Wine Country!聽 Enjoy an evening at our winery or take the day and explore the 26 wineries in the area.Woods and fields surround the camping area.聽 Close to the natural beauty of the Grand River (State Wild and Scenic River). Just a few miles from Geneva State Park and Geneva-on-the-Lake. Lots of activities: wine tasting, covered bridges, boating/canoeing/kayaking, fishing, swimming, biking, hiking, birding, nightlife, history, golfing, and lots of natural beauty. 聽
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The Farm at Grand River

17 sites 路 RVs, Tents75 acres 路 Thompson, OH
Come enjoy rest and relaxation with the animals. Pitch a tent by the creek or park your RV in one of our pastures by the cows and goats. 15 minutes from the wineries and kayaking at the Grand River. Enjoy the farm Fresh Eggs. Walk the grounds and enjoy the animals in the barnyard and all the 75 acres. We offer shuttle to kayak the Grand River and the Wineries. We also offer Beautiful Bell Glamping tents upon request... CHECKOUT IS 2PM https://www.facebook.com/groups/5125508934232636/?ref=share
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Flannel Dog Farm

3 sites 路 Lodging, RVs, Tents7 acres 路 Ashtabula, OH
Located less than a mile from Lake Erie, our 1860's brick farmhouse is an area icon. This seven acre homestead is where we grow our own food, raise sheep, chickens and bees, bake sourdough bread, brew beer and wine, and create art in Copper Leaf Studios. We are a monarch waystation and have several acres dedicated to native pollinators, plants, and trees. Much like our farm's name, our place is warm, welcoming, rustic, and a bit gritty. We are advocates of inclusion, local community, and sustainable living. We love telling and hearing good stories. We believe in the powers of kindness and peace. We hope to share our part of the world with others. We have firewood onsite for HipCamper use. Our breakfast is not to be missed (included for Peace Portal & Covered Wagon sites; optional for tent campers) and features farm fresh & local ingredients. We offer an outhouse with a composting toilet as well as a traditional flushable half bath with running water and power. Pets are welcome. Message us if you have any questions!
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Steadfast Roots Homestead

5 sites 路 Tents20 acres 路 Ashtabula, OH
We are a working homestead. We have 20 acres that offer nice trails to enjoy the peace of nature, two ponds, kayaks, paddleboat, islands, moss beach, fire pits, picnic tables, meeting room/A frame available if needed. Not far from all of the amazing Ashtabula attractions. Outhouse available but no electricity. Ask about sapling adoption!!!
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Sawdust FarmCamp

4 sites 路 Lodging, Tents400 acres 路 Geneva, OH
Welcome to Sawdust FarmCamp! Located in Geneva, Ohio. We have four different sites to choose from: 1 tent site, 2 glamping tents, and 1 cabin. Portable toilet available, pets welcome, campfires permitted. Potable water and hot water showers are only available at our glamping sites (not the tent site). Naturalist Isabelle H. Klein wrote a collection of letters from her home of Sawdust (named form the sawdust left by the loggers of the early 60鈥檚) for the Cleveland Museum of Natural History鈥檚 Explorer Magazine from the winter of 1969 to the summer of 1976. They then were published as the book 鈥淟etters From Sawdust鈥 by the Press of Case Western Reserve University for the Museum. It is a lyrical voyage through the seasons at the Sawdust Tract in Northeast Ohio. She details encounters with the wildlife of the area as well as the changing seasons and plant life. Reminiscent of Thoreau's writings about Walden. In 1978 an additional house was moved onto the property from Sidley's gravel pit and joined with the existing Klein farmhouse. We decided to preserve almost 400 acres of the property with the help of the Western Reserve Land Conservatory for the Cleveland Museum Of Natural History, Natural Areas. Forest is home to the red-sided dace, and 10 rare species of birds, including cerulean warblers. The original small family farm and surrounding woods we have retained are being restored and updated. We are proud to call Sawdust home and would love to share it with you.
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Hemlock Hideaway

2 sites 路 Lodging18 acres 路 Geneva, OH
Hemlock Hideaway and its 18 acres was originally part of a larger 100-acre plot that was surveyed and settled in the late 1700's by Gideon Granger of the Connecticut Land Company. Granger sold it to one Jehoikim Burget in 1815 for the whopping price of $400. The resident house was built in 1816 by Burget and then passed down to family members over the next 5 generations, until we bought it in 2003, marking the first time the house and remaining property were ever officially sold. In the mid 1800's, a grist mill was put up across the river from the cabin, and our creek was the main road in and out of that operation. There is a gravestone belonging to the wife of Jehoikim's son, she being half Native American and therefore couldn't be buried in the local white cemetery. We also own the original hand-written deed from 1815 detailing the sale of the original 100 acres to Jehoikim Burget. Learn more about this land: Our primitive cabin nestled in the woods overlooking the Grand River is a nature-lover's paradise! Come canoe, fish, experience wine country, or unplug and just get away from it all. Please note: There is no running water or electricity at the site, but the cabin is generator-ready and there is an outhouse.聽 The cabin does have a wood burning stove for heat and simple cooking, however there is no running water or electricity.聽 That being said, the building is wired and has plugs and outlets and is generator-ready.聽 You provide your own generator and fuel.聽 We provide bottled water, sheets, pillows, flashlights, a fire ring with cooking grate, charcoal grill (you provide the charcoal), access to firewood, and an outhouse with toilet paper.聽 Our 1/4 mile of Grand River frontage can be accessed right outside the cabin door via a quick hike down the somewhat steep hillside.聽 If hiking isn't preferred, then a quick two-minute drive will take you to the Harpersfield Covered Bridge Metropark - a favorite of local fishermen.聽 Bigger groups with tents are welcome, but will need to bring all supplies beyond what we provide for two guests.聽
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Peaceful Creek Point

1 site 路 Lodging11 acres 路 Geneva On The Lake, OH
11+ acres surrounded by woods with a pond and 2 creeks on the property. This is a small farm with animals and an apiary, just 0.5 miles to the lake and resort area. Many wineries and resort activities nearby for your enjoyment. Owners are on site; and there's a communal fire pit when weather appropriate. Various types of restaurants and shopping close by. Lots of fun to be had in the area! Please be advised that we must have a minimum of 24 hours from booking to arrival. Thank you!
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Sycamore Lake Elk Ranch

3 sites 路 Tents105 acres 路 Jefferson, OH
I鈥檝e had the pleasure of having this land as my playground for many years. 聽My grandparents purchased the property after WWII.聽 Initially, it began as a dairy farm and a few years later they opened Sycamore Lake Campground, one of the very first public camping spots in the U.S. 聽I grew up fishing, hunting, riding tractors and horses here. 聽Years later I had a vision of starting my own elk ranch and what better place to do so than on my family鈥檚 property. 聽I brought my first load of elk here on my grandmother's 95th birthday in 2010 and in 2014 I was able to purchase the property from my her. 聽She left us days away from her 101st birthday.聽 I now reside here at the ranch and the herd has grown to over 50 head.聽 The ranch is a work in progress and if you become a regular visitor, you will notice changes between each visit.聽 I'm proud to be able to keep this land in my family and I鈥檓 excited to able to share it with all of you. I truly hope you can come and enjoy the natural landscape; of a place I hold dear to me.Learn more about this land:Pitch a tent on a bank of a winding creek or along the private lake.聽 Abundant wildlife to admire.聽 Bass fishing and boating steps away from your site.聽 Small boats along with fishing poles and gear聽are available for rent.聽聽Enjoy roasting your hotdogs and marshmallows over a聽campfire at night.聽 Firewood is for sale.聽聽This is a working elk ranch and tours are available.聽 Lake Erie is a few miles away.聽 Wine country and Geneva on the Lake are just moments down the road.
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Hickory Shores Farm

2 sites 路 RVs, Tents180 acres 路 Rome, OH
In 1955 when my family bought our 180-acre farm, there were Shagbark Hickory trees lining both shores of a rock-filled stream. Years later a 550-acre lake was created from damming our stream and Hickory shores became the wildlife- filled headwaters. Bald Eagles, fox, river otters, ospreys, beaver, and deer are frequent visitors to our farm along with other water birds and wildlife. Recreational opportunities are plentiful including fishing, paddle boarding, canoeing and kayaking. The 50 mile Western Reserve Greenway paved bike trail is 1 1/2 miles away on country roads and other adjoining roads create unlimited quiet country rides and walks. In 2023 we have added a 3/4 mile wooded trail along the shores of Rock Creek with lookouts and 27 numbered stops. These stops are described in our Hickory Shores interpretive guide available at the trailhead. Additional hiking trails continue upstream and connect two seasonal waterfalls on the property. Benches along the way provide quiet spots to rest or picnic. Spectacular sunsets, a quiet country paved road and Amish buggies await your visit. We are in Ashtabula County, home to 32 wineries and 19 covered bridges including the shortest and longest in the U.S. The second weekend in October brings the Covered Bridge Festival in nearby Jefferson, Ohio. We are conveniently located south of Lake Erie and 16 miles east of Pymatuning Reservoir for additional recreational opportunities. We currently offer 2 campsites, and both are conveniently located near a cottage style bathroom which features a flush toilet and shower. The electric site provides a 30 amps connection and a hook-up to water if desired. Each site has a campfire ring with outdoor chairs. A redwood picnic table is located at each site. An outdoor utility sink is also provided for dishwashing and can be found behind the farmhouse. Abundant firewood is available for $5.00 a wheelbarrow. (Honor system). If you are bringing dogs, please be aware that Sunny the inside/outside cat may greet you (he loves to say hello). For his safety and the safety of your pet, please keep dogs leashed. Please NO SMOKING allowed on farm or in bathroom.
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Lillie Road Farm

6 sites 路 RVs, Tents8 acres 路 Jefferson, OH
The farm is 8 flat acres that is made up of natural meadow, flower and heirloom vegetable farm. We are close to Lake Erie with its variety of water sports and nearby beach. Enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, canoeing, kayaking. Search for beach glass on one of the many nearby beaches. Visit one of the many wonderful restaurants in the Harbor District. Come and enjoy the Beach Glass Festival in June, The Wine and Walleye Festival in July, The County Fair in August, The Covered Bridge Festival in October. Visit one of the many wineries throughout the county. Visit Geneva on the Lake with its many activities, bars, wineries and restaurants or play a round of put put golf. A full service golf course is just down the road from the farm. You can explore the local rivers, Ashtabula and Grand River. There are many smaller lakes close by to enjoy too. Ohio's Metro Park system is extensive in Ashtabula. Hike and explore to your heart's content. Love music? There is almost always live music around the county in the summer. Enjoy some wonderful bands and have a glass of wine, beer from the local brewery or coffee from one of the many local coffee shops. There is always something to do close by. Come and Enjoy!
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Century Village Museum

3 sites 路 RVs, Tents63 acres 路 Burton, OH
A living Pioneer Farm with Historic Buildings and 15,000 Museum Artifacts from the 1700 and 1800's. Located in the rolling hills of the Connecticut Western Reserve, Burton, Ohio the first settlement in Geauga County in 1798. You can join us at the many festivals and tours! SOLAR TOTAL ECLIPSE FEST APRIL 6,7,8!
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Charleo鈥檚 Bird Post

1 site 路 Tent2 acres 路 Painesville, OH
Property is located 1/4 mile to Route 44 and Route 90, shopping and beach 2 miles away. Open storage Shed 12x12 Tent camping, firewood can be purchased as well as 1 gallon jugs of water. Mentor Headlands and Fairport Harbor Beach are less than 10 minute drive, 22 wineries are within a 20 minute drive, microbreweries all very close
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The best camping near Geneva State Park guide

Overview

About

Whether you want the vibe of a summertime beach vacation or a serene nature retreat, you can find it at Ohio鈥檚 Geneva State Park. Sunlovers flock to the sandy beaches to play in the waves of Lake Erie or stroll the streets of the nearby resort getaway of Geneva-on-the-Lake. The freshwater marshes offer a chance to slip away into your own slice of the coast, where unique flora and fauna thrive. Set sail from the Geneva Marina, try your hand at catching the plentiful walleye, or hit the six miles of hiking trails. Overnight accommodations include a campground, lakefront lodge, and luxury camping cottages.

Notable campgrounds

  • Best for views: Geneva Campground鈥檚 premium full hookup sites offer amenities for larger RVs and waterfront views.
  • Best for a classic campout: Geneva Campground鈥檚 non-electric sites are perfect for tent campers.
  • Best for shade: Many of Geneva Campground鈥檚 electric campsites are located in the woodlands.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  1. Reservations may be made online on the Ohio State Park website or by calling (866) 644-6727.
  2. Walk-up reservations are not accepted.
  3. Select from premium full hookups (which are located on the waterfront), full hookups, electric only, or non-electric sites.
  4. Reservations may be made up to six months ahead of your arrival date.
  5. Weekend stays require a two-night reservation, and select holiday weekends require a three-night stay.
  6. Weekends and holidays, especially in summer, may fill well in advance due to the popularity of this state park.
  7. Water hookups are not available November 1 through March 31.

When to go

Summer is peak camping season due to the popularity of lake activities like swimming, fishing, and boating. High temperatures may reach the 80s and dip into the 50s overnight. Spring and fall are generally cool, with the forest colors usually popping in early October. While winter brings high temperatures in the 30s, lows in the teens, and limited amenities available at the park, recreational opportunities continue to be plentiful, including snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and ice fishing. Special events are hosted at the campground, including an annual Halloween campout.

Know before you go

  • Fishing expeditions can be booked at Geneva Marina.
  • Paddle boats and kayaks may be rented at the neighboring Lake Erie Canopy Tours.
  • Paved hiking and biking trails connect the campground to the beachfront.
  • Venture into the surrounding countryside to explore Ohio鈥檚 Wine Country.
  • A camp store is open seasonally onsite, offering firewood, ice, camping supplies, and more.

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