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Fifth-Wheel

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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

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Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

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Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

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Near the center of Ohio lies Muskingum County, which is a great place to go camping with an RV. When you book an RV in Muskingum County, you’ll have easy access to Blue Rock State Park and all that it has to offer. This state park was made official in 1949 after the official formation of the Division of Parks and Recreation in Ohio. The park rests on bedrock that was formed millions of years ago under a shallow inland sea. This sea formed limestone, shale, and sandstone layers, and the blue-colored shale found in the Blue Rock State Park region is where its name is derived from.

Thanks to the regions poor soils and rough terrain it maintained many of its natural forests during population expansion periods in the area since farmers couldn’t grow anything on the lands they left the forests alone. The park, in conjunction with nearby Blue Rock State Forest, encompasses over 4,500 acres of land, containing primarily oak and hickory trees. The forest and state park are a popular destination for residents of nearby towns, including Zanesville, Duncan Falls, and Cambridge.

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This part of Ohio used to be covered in dense forests, but as farmers moved into the area during the early settling of the United States, many of those forests were turned into farmland. Luckily, the land in Blue Rock State Park and Blue Rock State Forest was too tough to work, so farmers left it and allowed it to grow back into its natural forest state. These forests are a wonderful place for outdoorsy folks to the park to explore through hikes, especially when they are enjoying a vacation with motorhome camping.

The lake that is contained in the park is approximately 15 acres in total area and is a great place to swim, boat, and fish. There are no combustion engines allowed on the water, so those looking to enjoy a day of boating should bring either hand-powered or electric motors for their trip. Canoes, kayaks, rowboats, paddleboards, and the like are all encouraged and allowed. When you are RV camping at Blue Rock State Park, it is possible to rent many personal watercrafts from the camp store.

While hiking the many trails located in and surrounding the park, keep your eyes peeled for wildlife in the area. There are a few different marked trails that have signage explaining what animals are common in the area, and the interpretive center located in the park is a great place to learn about birds and land animals. Those of you who love state park RV camping as an excuse to mark off more entries in your bird book, you won’t be disappointed, as this park is home to a few different migratory species during specific seasons of the year.

Camping at Blue Rock State Park

Enjoying everything that a state park has to offer is most easily achieved by sleeping in the park itself, and what better way to enjoy your stay than to camp in your rental RV. There are nearly 100 different campsites in this park that guests can choose from, depending on availability, and all of them have access to the same community features in the park. Amenities for RV campers are a bit limited, but the sites that have RV amenities include electric, water, and sewage hookups.

Every campsite has a picnic table, a fire ring, and access to community features like toilets and hot showers. There are centrally located dumping and trash stations, and entertainment amenities like volleyball and basketball courts can be found near the campground’s playground area. Guests can reserve their campsites ahead of time by telephone or online if they prefer, and the onsite camp store is a great place to pick up essentials that may have been forgotten after arranging your RV rental.

Exploring the Area

When you rent a camper near Blue Rock State Park, it is possible to explore the nearby towns with ease. One of the nearest, larger towns is Zanesville, which is a great destination for both food and fuel. This town, although it isn’t huge, is still home to a good selection of restaurants, ranging from Italian to Chinese, American to a family diner, and more. There are many gas stations located throughout Zanesville, so there shouldn’t be too much trouble when finding a station large enough to accommodate even the largest of RVs.

Zanesville is also home to a large number of historic buildings. These buildings, which are located all throughout town, have been preserved and kept up to historical standards to showcase their history and architecture. Many of the buildings are still in use today, either in historic districts as family homes or in business districts containing businesses like the post office, general stores, and restaurants. Exploring Zanesville on foot is easy, as it is very walkable, so don’t be afraid to park your RV and stretch your legs while checking out the town.

One of the specialties of the area is Cambridge Glass, which is made in Cambridge, Ohio, just north of Blue Rock State Park. This glass is well known for its diverse colors and houseware applications. In Cambridge is the National Museum of Cambridge Glass, which is one of the best places to go to see over 10,000 pieces of glassware that was made by the Cambridge Glass Company. There are educational exhibits that explain the glass making process, hands-on exhibits that allow guests to handle the glass, and more. Overall, the museum is fun for the whole family and a great way to spend some time indoors when the weather isn’t agreeable.

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