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Nestled on the banks of the Ohio River along the Kentucky-Ohio border, and not too far from the Kentucky-West Virginia border, sits the inviting town of Ashland. The community was founded in the late 1700s as a family settlement and grew into the city that it is today, with a history of industrial manufacturing centered around iron, steel, and coal. Visitors who choose to book a camper rental in Ashland will be able to enjoy exploring the beautiful wonders of Appalachia, including the lush forests and rushing rivers.

When you rent an RV in Ashland, you’ll be happy to know that you can park your RV at the campground and head out on the public transportation operated by the city. You’ll be able to travel around the city and surrounding suburban areas.

When you book an RV in Boyd County, you’ll be able to explore the natural beauty of the eastern United States while getting to visit various industrial towns. You’ll also be able to spend time exploring Ashland and learning about the community.

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The Great Outdoors

Just a short drive north over the Kentucky-Ohio border sits the Crown City Wildlife Area near Willow Wood, Ohio. The more than 11,000-acre wildlife area is filled with varying terrain that provides hikers and explorers of all abilities the chance to explore some of southern Ohio’s wildlands. While a lot of the area has been subjected to mining in the past, nowadays, visitors can head out on a network of trails through the lush forests or along the various streams that decorate the landscape. With the break-up of natural land caused by mining, you get to see pockets of various ecosystems and how they have continued to survive and thrive.

If you want to explore the wilds of West Virginia, then you can take a wonderfully easy day trip to the 23,000-acre East Lynn Lake Wildlife Management Area near Wayne, West Virginia. The WMA welcomes anglers to try their luck with the local trout, bass, and catfish. If fishing isn’t your game, you can still enjoy the dozens of miles of trails that wind themselves through the forest or enjoy a stroll around East Lynn Lake. Who knows, you might even see some Appalachian wildlife.

If you want to explore the natural beauty of Kentucky, you can take a day trip to the Daniel Boone National Forest near London, Kentucky. The forest spans the majority of the state of Kentucky, from north to south. The park is separated into four sections: Cumberland, London, Stearns, and Redbird, with Redbird being a little off the main path. You can head out on the far-reaching trail network for a backpacking excursion or instead, enjoy the shorter trails for an easier hike. If you enjoy rock climbing, you’ll be pleased to know that you won’t have to head out all the way to the western mountains and instead can scale the sandstone cliffs of southern Kentucky. You’ll even probably see a variety of Native American shelters and petroglyphs as you explore the cliffs.

RV Parks

When you book a travel trailer rental in Ashland, you’re going to want to find a place where you can camp for the night. Luckily enough, there are plenty of campgrounds and RV sites worth looking into.

Just south of town is the Ashland/Huntington West KOA. At the KOA, guests will have access to full hookups, restroom and shower facilities, laundry facilities, and a fishing pond. Guests will also have access to a variety of recreational and sporting activities.

A little west of town is the Greenbo Lake State Resort Park. At Greenbo Lake, amenities include full hookups, restroom and shower facilities, and even a nearby grocery store. Guests will also have access to boat rentals for the lake.

Explore the City

The best way to get to learn about an area is to explore the local community. So when you rent an RV in Ashland, KY, be sure to take some time to explore the various museums, artistic centers, and other Ashland community cornerstones.

If you’re looking for a relaxing evening after a day of fishing and hiking, you can head to the Paramount Arts Center. With a variety of performances ranging from dance, concerts, comedians, and plays, there is sure to be something that will excite you. Be sure to check their website to see what dates line up with your Kentucky adventure.

When spending time in a community, you might find yourself wanting to learn more about local history. The Highlands Museum & Discovery Center in downtown Ashland offers exhibits about the city’s involvement in World War II as an industrial magnate, the history of country music, and even interactive children’s exhibits about the local ecosystems. With two stories, there is so much you can learn about this Appalachian town in just one spot.

If you want to spend a day outside, but don’t want to leave the comforts of a city like Ashland, you can spend the day in Central Park, located in the downtown area. Here you’ll be able to stroll around the pond, enjoy the carefully manicured flowerbeds, and take advantage of the basketball courts and playgrounds.

As you continue your Kentucky adventure, you’re going to find yourself needing to restock and refuel your motorhome rental in Ashland. Luckily enough, you won’t have any difficulty finding a conveniently located grocery store or gas station.

When you visit The Bluegrass State, make sure you indulge in some Southern comforts, such as fried chicken and biscuits. You can finish it off with a Kentucky classic, like the famed Mint Julep from the Kentucky Derby.

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