Airstream Basecamp 16 (2018)
Airstream Basecamp 16 (2018)
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On the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains is Cambridge, adjacent to Lore and Byesville. Located in Southeastern Ohio Cambridge may be famous for its award-winning wineries and glass making but beyond the wines, this is a beautiful city with wonderful historic sites, wooded hills and ample outdoor recreational. There are great destinations ranging from museums, state parks, and trails where recreational seekers and RV vacationers can admire the beauty of the city. What better way to absorb the surreal nature and have fun with your family than to enjoy an outdoor adventure here in an RV rental.
Not too far from the city center is Cambridge City Reservoir and Seneca Lake, where water sport enthusiasts come to enjoy fishing, boating, and swimming.
Cambridge never disappoints when it comes to natural attractions. If you are looking for a perfect place to enjoy scenic trails, the Great Guernsey Trail runs for six miles and borders Lore. The trail offers views of wetlands, bird species, and wildlife. Visitors, locals, and vacationers can enjoy walking, horseback riding, and biking. Bundle your family into your Cambridge motorhome rental and head 17 miles south towards Wolf Run State Park. The park is ideal for those who are in search of a quiet place and don’t want to be too far from the city. Dotting its rugged terrain are hills, streams, and forests. The park offers a mix of electric and primitive sites.
Seneca Lake Park and Campground is just 17 miles from Cambridge and offers full hookup sites, camper cabins, and hot showers. While here engage in swimming, hunting, and boating activities. Seneca Lake is regularly stocked with largemouth bass, bluegills, and crappie. Besides the nine miles of trails within the park, nearby Buckeye Trail offers more miles for avid hikers.
Salt Fork State Park, one of the largest state parks in Ohio, is approximately 30 minutes outside of the city. Sitting on over 17,000 acres of land, Salt Fork State Park offers guests 14 hiking trails, snowmobiling trail, and over 20 miles bridle trails where you can take your horse out. Dump stations, a horse camp, and full hookup sites are some of the amenities you will find here when you spend overnight with your Cambridge rental trailer. While here, check the Kennedy Stone House Museum on the edge of the park. In addition to 192 campsites, there is a luxury lodge and cottages.
When you book a travel trailer in Cambridge, there are many areas where you can spend the night. Do you prefer luxury RV resorts? Cambridge is blessed with amazing RV-friendly resorts. In Kimbolton near Salt Fork State Park, Rocky Fork Ranch Resort offers an indoor pool, full hookup sites, and WiFi. To add on the fun, there are fire circles, a fitness center, and clubhouse. Buffalo Hills Resort in Senecaville is another amazing RV park with full hookup facilities, a swimming pool, and laundry facilities. Golfing, kayaking, and fishing can be enjoyed all year round.
Should you want to camp near Cambridge, then Spring Valley Campground is an option, located just one mile off Interstate 70. Amenities offered include a swimming pool, full hookups sites, and playground for children. A short drive from the city center lies the Hillview Acres Campground offering electric sites. Encompassing 80 acres the campground is equipped with a pool, drinking water, and fishing ponds. This is perfect RV Park for those who prefer rustic campsites. Approximately 10 miles from town, Paradise Valley Campground offers rental trailers and standard RV campsites with water and electric hookups.
Should you prefer primitive camping hop in your Camper rental from Cambridge and less than an hour, you will be stomping the grounds of Blue Rock State Park. Amenities include a dump station, fire rings, picnic tables, and grills. For more fun and excitement, the extensive Blue Rock State Forest borders the park.
While the whole city has so much to offer, there are several can’t miss attractions to explore when you rent an RV from Cambridge. One such gem is Dickens Victorian Village. As a depiction of how England and Victorian-era looked like in the 18th century, there are Dickensian mannequins’ exhibits on display. For all adventure needs, The Wilds is one of the favorite destinations in Ohio for horseback riding, zip lining, and fishing. Visitors will love spotting the endangered species including deer, bison and African white rhinos.
If you want to remain in town, Cambridge City Park is a multipurpose outdoor area. From tons of sports, festivals to fishing you will find all sort of outdoor activities here. The National Museum of Cambridge Glass is a wonderful place to see 20th-century glass patterns, color, and learn about the glassmaking process. Glass collectors can purchase their favorite patterns. For entertainment, Salt Fork Arts and Crafts festivals in August and Living Word-Outdoor Drama are great options. Other exciting places worth to consider visiting includes Guernsey County Historical Museum, Deerassic Park Education Center, and Great American Steam Locomotive Museum.