Arrowhead Campground

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Arrowhead Campground is located in the countryside of western Ohio, near the Indiana border. The campground is situated among beautiful rolling hills and light tree cover. Although this campground is located in a very peaceful rural area, it’s very accessible from many of the large cities in the Midwest. The closest large city is Dayton, which is a 45-minute drive southeast. Columbus, Cincinnati, and Indianapolis are each a 90-minute drive away.

The campsites at Arrowhead Campground have some excellent amenities to keep you comfortable while you’re enjoying your stay. Sites are available with full hookups with 30/50 amp electric connectivity and sites with water and electric hookups only are also offered. Some of the campsites have pull-through access. There is also a dump station on-site. There are clean, well-maintained restrooms and a laundry room, too. At the camp store, you can purchase any necessities you might need. There is also an LP gas filling station on-site.

There’s lots to do for entertainment while you’re RV camping at Arrowhead Campground. The campground has an outdoor swimming pool as well as two ponds stocked for catch-and-release fishing. There’s a basketball court and a volleyball court as well as a playground for the kids. Indoors, there’s a game room stocked with ping pong, air hockey, foosball, and board games. There’s also a library which is ideal for relaxing on a rainy day.

The Great Outdoors

Arrowhead Campground is close to the east fork of the Whitewater River, which starts in Darke County and runs southwest into Indiana. The river is a popular destination for kayaking and canoeing and offers fishing as well. There is a wide range of fish species in the Whitewater River, but channel catfish and sauger are some of the most common. You’ll also find many varieties of panfish as well as some smallmouth bass. There’s excellent fishing here nearly all year round, but you’ll catch more catfish in the summer and sauger in the spring and fall.

Alice Bish Park is located to the northeast of the campground near Greenville and is another popular destination for outdoor activities. The park provides access to notable sections of Darke County’s trail system. You’ll find paved paths for biking and running as well as nature trails for hiking. The park also provides access to the Greenville Creek, and there is a boat launch for kayaking and canoeing. This park is also a popular place for bird watching and has a wide range of flower species as well.

The Shawnee Prairie Preserve is the largest park in the Darke County area and is a must-visit for nature lovers camping at Arrowhead Campground. The preserve has an extensive trail network for hiking and wildlife watching. There is also a preserved cabin and blacksmith shop from the 18th century that you can enter and explore on most days. A nature center has exhibits about the animals and plants that reside in the preserve, which features prairie, woodland, and wetland areas.

Exploring The Area

Arrowhead Campground is just outside of the small town of New Madison. With a gas station and a camp store within the campground, you may not need to venture off for supplies during your RV camping vacation. However, the town does have a supermarket and gas station should you need them. There’s also a small bar and grill there. When you book a travel trailer rental in Darke County, you’ll also want to look into local events during your visit. The Darke County Fair is a particularly popular attraction, but there are plenty of other gatherings held throughout the year, like fun holiday festivals in the fall and winter.

Since Dayton, Ohio is less than an hour's drive away, it’s very easy to head out and explore what this small city has to offer. Dayton is home to the National Museum of the US Air Force as well as the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park, which commemorates the beginning of aviation in the United States. The Carillon Historical Park is also an interesting stop for any history lover, with attractions commemorating the history of the Dayton area.

Sunwatch Indian Village/Archaeological Park is another fascinating historical attraction in Dayton. This site is a reconstructed ancient village based on extensive excavation work in the area. For indoor attractions, the Dayton Art Institute and the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery are also worth a visit. Dayton also has several golf courses to check out if you want to enjoy some time hitting the links while you're here.

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