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When you book an RV in Greenup County, you’ll need a place to stay and the Greenbo Lake State Resort Park Campground in Greenup is an excellent spot to consider. Campground amenities include a swimming pool, excellent outdoor recreation, restrooms and showers, three dump stations, and Wi-Fi. The resort lodge features a restaurant, gift shop, and a grocery store.
RV sites can accommodate rigs up to 50 feet in length. Sites have picnic tables and fire rings. Sites may be back-in or pull-through and may have full or partial hookups and 20/30/50-amp service. This Greenup campground is also pet-friendly, so you can bring your pup along for the ride.
While you are at Greenbo Lake State Park with your rental RV, you should definitely enjoy the great outdoors as well as the great campground. There is an outdoor theater with community productions, festivals, and other entertainment. Trails include the Fern Valley Self-Guided Interpretive Trail, the Claylick Loop Trail, and the 15-mile Carpenter’s Loop Trail. A trail map and an interactive adventure map are available for download. Other recreational opportunities here include a swimming pool, boating and canoeing, scuba diving, fishing, bird watching, miniature golf, and basketball. Pedal boats and kayaks are available for rent. The lodge offers a full-service restaurant and a gift shop with crafts and books.
The Daniel Boone National Forest, which you can access when you camp in an RV near Greenup, features over 700,000 acres of rugged terrain and is managed for multiple uses including recreation, timber, wildlife, fish, water, minerals, and wilderness. Special places in this forest include the Zilpo Scenic Byway, the Red River Gorge Geologic Area, wetlands, waterfalls, three iron furnaces, and five wilderness management areas; you'll never run out of sites to explore. Interpretive areas with significant natural or historical features are at the Clear Creek Picnic Area, the Shallow Flats Fishing Site, the Tater Knob Fire Tower, the Fitchburg Furnace Interpretive Site, the Red River Gorge Scenic Byway, the Barren Fork Accessible Heritage Trail, the Natural Arch Scenic Area, and selected visitor centers. Recreational opportunities include caving, target shooting, geocaching and letterboxing, hiking and biking, picnicking, water sports, nature viewing and photography, and winter sports.
Enjoy exploring the Crown City Wildlife Management Area when you are camping at Greenbo Lake State Resort Park Campground near here. This area was purchased as part of the American Land Conservation Program and later donated to the Ohio Division of Wildlife. It is the state’s fifth-largest wildlife area. Species that live here include largemouth bass, bluegill, white-tailed deer, cottontail rabbit, squirrel, mourning dove, turkey, grouse, and many birds. Recreational opportunities include hunting, fishing, and trapping as well as wildlife viewing and photography.
You’ll be near the city of Lexington when you rent a camper near Greenbo Lake State Resort Park Campground. Lexington is known as the Horse Capital of the World, but it’s got a lot more to offer than horses. It’s Kentucky’s second-largest city, and it was once known as the “Athens of the West” for its cultured lifestyle. It’s still an academic hotspot with numerous colleges and universities. You’ll also find distilleries and breweries, music and museums, art, antiques, history, heritage, and, yes, horses. You can tour horse farms, antebellum mansions, the Bourbon Trail, favorite foodie destinations, and much more. Be sure to check out the Greater Lexington Chamber of Commerce and the Lexington Visitors Center for current information on area attractions, events, and tourist guides. The Lexington Herald-Leader is the daily newspaper.
You can also visit Ohio’s capital, Columbus, with your campervan rental nearby. As a state capital and a university town, it is full of museums, galleries, history, and creativity. Columbus is well known for its food scene and attractions such as the nationally renowned COSI science center, the Columbus Zoo, LEGOLAND, and the Columbus Museum of Art and arts district. There are also plenty of music and other performance venues, fairs and festivals, parks and trails, and much more. The New York Times, no stranger to what makes a city great, has recognized Columbus as one of the 52 Places to Visit in 2019. Spend some time at the Columbus Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Columbus Chamber of Commerce to learn about the latest happenings and visitor guides as you plan your trip here.
When you are camping at Greenbo Lake State Resort Park, you can enjoy a meal on-site at the Angler’s Cove restaurant with specialties such as fried green tomatoes, catfish, and the famous Kentucky Hot Brown. Outside of the park, you’ll find family-friendly comfort food, traditional Southern fare, and familiar fast-casual chains. When you need to refill your rig too, there are numerous truck stops, convenience stores, and service stations with both diesel fuel and gasoline.