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Hidden around 12 miles from Barnesville, and less than nine miles from Warnock is where you will find the 1005 acre Barkcamp State Park in Belmont County, Ohio. It sits under 10 miles from Egypt Valley Wildlife Area and is centered on Belmont Lake, a 117-acre water mass that has increased in size over the years. Smack in the middle of a mining village in Belmont, Ohio, Barkcamp state park is surrounded by valleys and rolling sandstone hills and is an ideal place to set up your rental RV.
The park sits where Barkcamp Creek once ran through, a spectacular location that makes for an exhilarating getaway camping at Barkcamp State Park. While in this breathtaking neighborhood, search for an RV rental in Belmont County and see the area in the style and comfort of a motorhome.
Belmont Lake was created in 1955 and has a 700-foot beach which is much loved by visitors. The gorgeous beach is a haven for those who enjoy sun tanning and swimming. Once you go RV camping at Barkcamp State Park, you will enjoy a spectacular picnic site just overlooking the lake. When it comes to what to enjoy in the park, you will be in for a surprise.
The star attraction to this state park is the lake that keeps water enthusiasts coming back year after year. If fishing is your main fun activity while near water, pack your fishing gear, tackle and bait. If you are one of those Belmont campers who so enjoy fishing that you run out of supplies, various stores in the nearby cities carry all that you will need so that your fun is not interrupted while at Barkcamp state park.
Boating on Belmont Lake is as fun as fishing. Bring your boat along and launch on one of the ramps for a variety of fun water activities. But be aware that only boats with electric motors are allowed on the lake.
Swimming is another activity that you can enjoy while at Barkcamp State Park. If picnicking is more your thing, you can enjoy it all year round at the park. You do not need to be staying at the park to picnic as day visitors are welcome. Reserve any of the three shelter houses for your relaxing picnic or pitch camp in one of the many sites around the park.
While you are planning your camping trip in a rental, head over and pick a spot at Barkcamp State Park. Enjoy a touch of modernity while you indulge yourself in the breathtaking outdoors. Barkcamp State Park has 150 campsites equipped with electric hookup for RV campers and tents only. Full hookups are currently under construction at the campsites but do not let this deter you from staying here.
A log of wood is provided at each campsite along with a fire pit and picnic table. There are sites for group camping, and well-maintained pit toilets are available at the campsites. Pets and horses are allowed, but they must be well-behaved. This campground would make a great location to start your family fun outdoor adventure.
Do not forget to carry along your hiking boots if you love to hit the trails. There are hiking and bridle trails at the campground. You can have your fill of fun as there are volleyball and basketball courts at the campgrounds. There is also a mini-golf course and horseshoe courts. If you happen to visit in the summer, there are naturalist programs held at the Antique Barn.
Before you leave Barkcamp State Park, explore the coal mining region in the neighborhood by driving to the Historic Epworth Park. It is a serene and quiet park, and you can get to enjoy some time with the locals if you happen to visit when they have a festival. You can grab a bite of the local cuisine and enjoy some entertainment near the lake.
Saint Clairsville is very near Barkcamp State Camp, and you can visit the Ohio Valley Mall. Here you can indulge your shopping lust at the numerous stores in the small city. You are likely to find the mall quite exciting and the eateries and restaurants within have mouthwatering cuisine. While in Saint Clairsville, visit the Adventure Creek Challenge Course. It provides great fun for the family as you enjoy varying challenges at different skill levels such that no one whatever the age group will be left out. You will be glad you decided to visit the city.