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With Columbus and Dayton only 90 minutes' drive from A & E Camping Resort, motorhome camping here puts you close enough to the urban areas for their multiple attractions and conveniences while removing you far enough from worldly cares to admire the rolling hills of Logan County. The campground's 76-acre setting also offers ample space to fish, swim, and hike. Most sites here have water and electric service (with access to a dump station on-site), while the rest include sewer hookups. At the end of the day, no matter how it turns out, take comfort that you're coming home to a hot shower.
Children would love the large playground, the sand toys, and the kids’ crafts and other activities during the weekends. Active adults would find additional venues to break a sweat at the volleyball and basketball courts. Outside the recreation building, other campground activities may include train rides, corn hole tournaments, and live bands. Plan to camp at A & E Camping Resort around the holidays, and you'll get to join in on themed events like Independence Day activities and haunted wagon rides. Before moving on to an adventure out of town or nearby, check the general store on site for RV supplies.
Interested in wetting a line? Take your Bellefontaine camper rental to the 5,800-acre Indian Lake where there’s more than enough space to land largemouth and white bass, saugeye, and bluegill. Crappie, walleye, and yellow perch are also abundant. If you're more of an adrenaline-seeker, the numerous boat docks and ramps make boating a popular pursuit. If you'd rather float serenely in the water, the swimming beach at Fox Island and Field Beach are ideal places. See all the lake's beauty unfold from the one-mile Pew Island Trail accessible via a causeway. Or stay dry at the miles of hiking and biking trails at the Indian Lake State Park located on the northern shore.
The French had rightly called Bellefontaine a "beautiful spring," as several limestone springs were once found in the area. You will see a similar theme running beneath the surface at the caverns in nearby West Liberty, where a "limestone tour" (ADA-accessible) leads you through a short loop underground before taking you to the top of a sinkhole. The more adventurous may want to take the "natural wonder" tour following a winding path to an overlook where you can see the Mingo Valley below. The caverns have long been a local attraction; going on a "history tour" allows you to see parts of the caves visited by the public as early as 1897.
When RV camping at A & E Camping Resort, you don’t even have to fly out of town if birding is on your list. At Myeerah Nature Preserve, you have 450 acres to scope out for Henslow’s sparrows, bobolinks, and Eastern meadowlarks. Other avian visitors that make the preserve their breeding territory include blue-winged warblers, yellow-billed cuckoos, and scarlet tanagers. Pileated woodpeckers and grasshopper sparrows also make regular appearances in the preserve.
Campsites at A & E Camping Resort put you close to Bellefontaine’s 200-year history. Logan County Museum makes a wonderful first stop where you can peel back time and see the beginnings of the town and the county. Learn about the Underground Railroad, examine a one-room school exhibit, and see the Indian and early county room. In 1891, Bellefontaine already had a concrete street, making it the first town in the United States to have one. Don't forget to walk down McKinley Street, which at 20 feet long, is said to be the shortest in America.
Given its history, it's no surprise that Bellefontaine has its share of historically significant landmarks. The Orr Mansion was built in the early part of the 20th century, while the Holland Theatre, built in the 1930s, remains a vital place as an arts center. And when you camp in an RV near Bellefontaine, you’re also a short drive from West Liberty where you can tour a castle on a self-guided journey for a trip 200 years back in time through the lives of the Piatt family. To see how the county helped shape transportation, a step inside the Logan County Transportation Museum is a must.
Nature and heritage are the main draws here in the heart of Logan County. Both Native Indian and Civil War histories also bubble close to surface, and you still have plenty to discover when you book an RV rental in Bellefontaine, Ohio, and stay at one of the Logan County campgrounds. You‘ll be glad you did.