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Big Bone Lick State Park is a historical park situated near the stunning Ohio River. This unique park features swamps and forests and is well-known for its abundance of rare fossils. So many fossils have been discovered at this park that there's a museum dedicated to the prehistoric remains, with several exhibits explaining the origins of these extinct creatures. Camping at Big Bone Lick State Park is also easy due to the well-equipped campground, and with plenty to do in and around the campground, there's no better place to park your RV rental near the Ohio River.

If you're looking for a peaceful getaway, you'll find an oasis at Big Bone Lick State Park. When you book an RV in Boone County, you'll have everything you need for the perfect laidback camping vacation mixed with easy access to some of the region's best sights. As well as the Ohio River, Big Bone Lick State Park camping provides easy access to Louisville and Cincinnati, which are some of the biggest and most exciting cities in the region. The nearby city of Union makes a quaint base from which to explore the best sights around.

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The Great Outdoors

When you park your camper rental at Big Bone Lick State Park, you'll be treated to sun-soaked prairies and shaded woodlands encompassing a small lake. Before exploring the park, you'll no doubt want to visit the museum and see some of the amazing fossils and artifacts found throughout the area. These exhibits include Native American artifacts and fossils from the Ice Age and the Ordovician Era. After visiting the museum, you'll want to explore some of 4.5 miles of trails in the park, including the interpretive Discovery Trail that winds through the park, and features informative panels where you can learn even more about the fossils and the park's salt and sulfur springs.

During your trek around the park, you may want to try some birdwatching, as Big Bone Lick State Park is home to some fascinating flying critters. During the spring, keep an eye out for the beautiful ruby-throated hummingbird, and during the summer, an assortment of hawks and owls frequent the park. Winter is also ideal for birdwatching, with over 50 different species breathing new life into the barren treetops. As well as birds, this park is known for its bison, which freely roam the area. If you feel adventurous, the park also has two woodland orienteering courses for beginners and experts.

You might be looking to relax during your trip with a campervan rental near Big Bone Lick State Park. Campers who are looking to have a relaxing day grilling out with family and friends will want to take advantage of the park's 40 year-round picnic tables. These areas can be rented out in advance and feature grills as well as playgrounds so kids can burn off some excess energy. A few picnic tables also come outfitted with water and electricity, and campers will love a peaceful picnic by the lake or in the shade of the park's forest.

Camping at Big Bone Lick State Park

Big Bone Lick State Park is perfect for those looking to enjoy a tranquil camping experience under clear starry skies. The campground features over 60 paved campsites with water and electric hookups that supply 30 amp service. All sites have back-in access and come equipped with a fire ring. Most modern amenities are provided, including laundry facilities, restrooms, and showers.

Union campers will have access to some fun amenities during their stay at Big Bone Lick State Park. The campground offers campers a swimming pool to relax in and a playground for kids. There's also an on-site rec hall, as well as outdoor games such as horseshoes. If you're looking for some supplies, the park has a grocery store where you can pick up some essentials.

Exploring the Area

Camping near Union puts travelers minutes from the Ohio River, which forms the Indiana state line. This region of Kentucky is full of open prairies, rolling hills, and verdant woodlands. If you're looking to visit some more beautiful places, consider stopping by the Boone County Arboretum in Union, which covers over 120 acres of local and exotic foliage, with over 3,500 trees and shrubs on display. A two-mile-long trail will lead you past some of the best flora the arboretum has to offer.

Alternatively, you may want to visit Cincinnati, Ohio, one of the biggest cities in the region. Cincinnati is only 30 minutes' drive from Big Bone Lick State Park and features some of the best sights in Ohio. Campers shouldn't miss out on Cincinnati's unique museums, including the American Sign Museum, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, and the Cincinnati Art Museum. Cincinnati also has some great shopping opportunities, and visitors can mix history and shopping by visiting Findlay Market, which has operated since the 1850s.

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