5 Ohio RV Parks You Must Visit

Ohio offers some great outdoor experiences for RVers
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Quick question. What’s round on the sides and high in the middle? Ohio! This gem of a state has tons of natural resources and fun for RVers. Let’s explore my top five RV parks, grounds, and sites for the Buckeye State.

Evergreen Park RV Resort: Dundee

This top-rated Good Sam Club RV park is located in the heart of Amish Country and is full of charm. You don’t get 10s across the board from the Good Sam Club without having some outstanding amenities.

Evergreen Park offers 20/30/50 amp electric hookups, water, sewer, cable TV and Wi-Fi access. The restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities are all bright and clean with heated tiles in the bathrooms. There is also gift shop/camp store, pavilions with grills and a pool house stocked with arcade games, a fitness center and more.

Having fun around Evergreen Park is stepping back to a simpler time. There are several farmers markets, restaurants, cafes, and historic towns and villages. Evergreen Park is the ideal place to go if you want to escape the hectic day to day of modern life and just relax.

Wood’s Tall Timber Resort: New Philadelphia

Wood’s Tall Timber Resort provides a gorgeous wooded backdrop to enjoy eastern Ohio. You have your choice of 30 or 50 amp electrical hookups along with water and sewer, a picnic table and fire ring. There are showers, a laundromat, concession stand, clubhouse, playground, and bait shop.

If you’re staying for a long time you can even rent a golf cart or your own exterior refrigerator.

There’s loads of fun and activities to enjoy directly inside the park. The main draws are the multiple zip lines that wisk you through the park and the lake where you can jump around on the water trampoline, splash around or just wiggle your toes in the sand.

Wood’s Tall also hosts its own nine-hole three par course, mini golf course, and tons of planned activities and events such as a three-on-three camp-wide basketball tournament.

Lighthouse Point at Cedar Point: Sandusky

Lighthouse Point is located in the middle of Cedar Point Amusement Park, what more could you ask for? I suppose you can ask for nice amenities and facilities, lucky for you Lighthouse Point has those. The RV sites come with electricity, water, sewer and cable TV hookups. There are restrooms, showers and laundry facilities to clean up after a fun day at the park. For entertainment and dining, just take the shuttle or walk to the park.

Entertainment is literally all around you. Cedar Point is one of the top-rated amusement parks in the country with roller coasters, a water park, live entertainment, games and plenty of other features. You can spend days at the park but if you want to get out you’re right on the coast of Lake Erie. Hit this great lake for fishing, boating and exploring.

Mohican State Park: Loudonville

The whole Loudonville area is full of natural beauty and Mohican State Park houses 1110 acres of it. The amenities and facilities are pretty great for a State Park.

There are over 160 campsites, 118 sites with electric and water and 33 full-service sites. There are several picnic areas for you to enjoy a nice lunch and the showers and restrooms have recently been renovated. There are also group lodges and conference centers you can reserve if you’re looking to host a large gathering.

The area is surrounded by over 1000 acres of wilderness and that’s just within park boundaries, the park is actually surrounded by the 4700-acre Mohican-Memorial State Forest. The area contains a covered bridge, fire tower, and a large memorial shrine. There are miles of trails for hiking, biking, and even trails designed for horses. There is also excellent fishing along the Clearfork River and the forest allows hunting during season.

Logan/Hocking Hills KOA: Logan

Visit the Logan/Hocking Hills KOA to get all the features and amenities you love from KOA with the fun and views of Hocking Hills State Park.

You get your choice from standard to deluxe sites, all sites come with full utility hookups and the deluxe sites come are pull through, come with their own patio with furniture, log swing,​ and personal grill. Of course, the showers, restrooms and laundry facilities are top notch and this KOA rounds out their amenities with a public use kitchen, gift shop, dog park and much more.

There is plenty to do in the park itself from panning for gems to hayrides and even karaoke but in order to take advantage of the park, you need to get into Hocking Hills State Park. Over three million visitors flock to Hocking Hills State Park every year to enjoy the miles of hiking and biking trails, rock formations with gorgeous waterfalls, and tons of rock climbing and rappelling. You also have the Hockhocking Adena Bikeway and if you need more trails to hike simply head over to the Wayne National Forest Trails.

Ohio offers everything you could want from an RV vacation.