2019 K-Z Sportsmen 260 BunkHouse SE
2019 K-Z Sportsmen 260 BunkHouse SE
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Tucked away about halfway in-between the cities of Cincinnati, OH, and Louisville, KY is where you can find General Butler State Park. This state park is popular among city dwellers seeking a serene motorhome camping excursion away from the hassle and bustle of big city life. When state park RV camping at General Butler State Park, you’ll get access to loads of water-based as well as land-based activities. Culture seekers can check out a couple of towns in the area such as Madison, IN, Bedford, KY, and La Grange. Should you be looking to cross the Ohio River Scenic Byway off your bucket list, search for an RV in Carroll County and explore the region camping.
When you have made up your mind to go camping at General Butler State Park, bring along a bike or some good hiking boots as the hiking trails are nothing short of spectacular. When packing your Carrolton camper rental, also throw in a copy of The Sibley Guide to Books as the state park is a prime bird-watching territory throughout the year. General Butler State Park has a lake as well, so boating enthusiasts and anglers are also covered. If you’re an ardent adventurer seeking even more activities, the state park is just a short drive away from the Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge.
Landlubbers will be spoilt for choice over the number of trails to try out while camping in a rental motorhome at General Butler State Park. The Woodland Trail is a 1.5 miles looped trail that is perfect if the kids tagged along. The 0.25 mile-long Boy Scout Trail is a great trail for stretching after long hours in a campervan.
The longer trails are multi-use, so keep an eye out for bikers. The 1.6 miles long easy rated Butler Lake Trail is a nice trail for beginners. If you’re feeling confident, give the 4.5 miles long Fossil Trail a try. If you’re up for some off-roading, head over to the Dirty Turtle Off-road Park, which is just down the road from Carrolton.
The 30-acre Butler Lake is an ideal spot for shore fishing with the kids. Fishing from a boat is also allowed, provided the boat is non-motorized. Some of the fish to keep an eye out for include crappie, bass, and bluegill. Forgot your fishing rod? No problem. The park loans out some fishing equipment.
If you’re the kind of person that can’t do without full hookups, you’re in luck as Carrolton campers are treated to electric, water, and sewer hookups when General Butler State Park camping. The pull-thru sites are also big rig accessible, so don’t worry about your motorhome length. WiFi is also available.
Additional amenities include a camp store, restrooms, and a pet area. There’s also a clubhouse, a snack bar, and firewood is available. When it comes to keeping fit, guests have access to a couple of recreational features such as a pool, outdoor courts, and recreational trails. There’s also a playground for the kiddos.
Perhaps the best feature of General Butler State Park is its ideal location. Take advantage of RV camping at General Butler State Park by visiting the surrounding cities before your holiday is over. How about starting your tour with a visit to Cincinnati, home to the Cincinnati Reds. Did you know that the Reds, initially known as the Red Stockings, was the first professional baseball team? To set your eyes on an impressive collection of exotic animals, head over to the Cincinnati Zoo. The zoo has everything from Siberian lynxes and sharp-toothed piranhas to the great eastern lowland gorilla of the Congo.
If the Brooklyn Bridge has always fascinated you, then check out the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge. Spanning 1,057 feet across the Ohio River linking Cincinnati and Covington, it was the longest suspension bridge upon its completion in 1867. The American Sign Museum serves as host to the visual history of American Signage covering more than a century of technology and design. The museum also displays the equipment used in the manufacturing of signs, and you can even see tube-benders busy at work making modern signs in use today.
The Cincinnati History Museum is a must-visit should you consider yourself a history buff. Here you’ll marvel at an aerial view of the city’s transformation from the early 1900s to the 1940s in one of the museum’s most loved galleries, Cincinnati in Motion. The 1/64-scale replica of the city is a sight to behold.
If you’re up for some adrenalin, find a parking spot for your travel trailer and hop inside the Full Throttle Indoor Karting. Here you’ll get to race indoor karts at speeds exceeding 40mph. Don’t worry about the younger ones as there are heats for the kiddos as well.