10 Best Places You Must Camp in Ohio

I, like many others, enjoy camping. However, sometimes we need new places to explore in the great outdoors. Here are some new places to check out around Ohio – in no particular order:

  1. Mohican State Park – (Londonville) $30 per night, the Park is surrounded by 4,525 acres of state forest. Mohican State Park Website

  2. Barkcamp State Park – (St. Clairsville) 1,005 acres of state park centered around a 117-acre lake. Barkcamp State Park

  3. Great Seal State Park – (Chillicothe) Filled with challenging trails through a 1,862-acre state park. Great Seal State Park

  4. Shawnee State Park – (Portsmouth) 112 sites near the foothills of the Appalachians. Shawnee State Park

  5. Scioto Trail State Park – (Chillicothe) The 218-acre state park is described as an, “…Undisturbed wooded refuge…”. Scioto Trail State Park

  6. Hocking Hills State Park – (Logan) This state park is filled with loads of activities and sights, such as Old Man Cave and ziplining. Hocking Hills

  7. Cuyahoga Valley National Park – (Between Cleveland and Arkon) Enjoy the river or even gaze at the beautiful wildlife and ecosystem that is bustling in this beautiful national park.

  8. Tappan Lake – (Harrison County) $25 per night, and over 500 campsites. Tappan Park Website

  9. Indian Lake State Park – (Lakeview) $26-29 per night per campground for an 800-acre park that encompasses two beaches for recreational water activity. Indian Lake State Park

  10. John Bryan State Park – (Yellow Springs) $22-25 per night. This park allows for an array of activities such as hiking, mountain biking, boating, fishing rock climbing, and more. John Bryan State Park

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  1. Hiya! I’m so happy you decided to make this post. I normally hate camping, but some of these spots on this list definitely are helping to make me at least comfortable with the idea. I used to go to the Mohican State Park when I was younger with my family, and I’ve driven past Hocking Hills a thousand times before. I like the fact that you ordered these in bullet point as well. Great job, and keep going!


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