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Discover Dayton, OH

Also known as the “Gem City”, Dayton is a smaller city in the heart of Ohio. This laid-back town in Montgomery County is an ideal place to rent an RV because it has a bit of everything for everyone. Between its unique culinary experience and beautiful blend of architecture, dedication to the outdoors, and interesting history, Dayton is surprisingly one of the most culturally rich cities in the entire country. Dayton is also conveniently located near the junction of Interstates 75 and 70. Between its accessible location and its international airport, Dayton is practically calling your name!

Known as the birthplace of Orville Wright, one of the innovators behind the modern aircraft, Dayton is rightfully considered the birthplace of flight. Its many museums demonstrate how intertwined Dayton was with the aviation industry and remains important to the local economy to this day. Utilizing its helpful phone applications, visitors to this incredible city can easily access the RTA, the extensive public transportation system servicing the entire metro area.

Dayton is also home to some amazing festivals that will give you even more reason to stay longer. The massive Dayton Celtic Festival attracts over 30,000 people each year. The Dayton Blues Festival, the City Folk Festival, and the African American Cultural Festival are other mainstays of the city to name a few. When you decide to explore Ohio in your Dayton motorhome rental, you will realize you are in for a treat.

Explore the Outdoors

While Ohio itself isn’t exactly known for its abundance of outdoor features, natural preserves, or national parks, Dayton surely makes up for it with its awesome collection of metro parks that help the city maintain its claim that it is a prime example of an outdoor-oriented city. With its extensive network of bicycle and walking trails, as well as its commitment to building campgrounds and nature parks near its many rivers and lakes, Dayton deserves the title of Outdoors City.

Island MetroPark is just one example of the brilliance of Dayton’s Park system. Described as a “little oasis” in the middle of the Great Miami River, Island MetroPark has many places to go fishing, enjoy the scenery, have picnics or cookouts in the many pavilions, or boat along the river in either canoe or kayak. Farther outside the city, Englewood MetroPark features 1,900 acres of forest land full of waterfalls and ancient blue ash trees. Additionally, Englewood MetroPark has peaceful walking trails and a disc golf course.

John Bryan State Park offers you a chance to get farther away from the metro area and soak in the sights in rural Ohio. With its majestic winding gorges carved out by old raging rivers, this park will be a relaxing refrain from city life. Perhaps one of the most incredible things to be seen in Ohio, however, is the Serpent Mound Historical Site. This prehistoric structure, crucial to the study of native peoples in the United States, is located a little over an hour drive southeast from Dayton, and the serpent-shaped effigy mound is thought to be over 2400 years old! This is a must-see stop for all history lovers.

City Sightseeing

With an RV rental in Dayton, there is no need to drive in the city when you can instead use the wonderful public transit to get around. Dayton is a large, culturally rich city with many opportunities to enrich oneself. The historic Victoria Theatre, established in 1866 (and partially rebuilt a few times due to fire) is a prime example of elegance with its stunning architecture. Run by a non-profit preservation group, the theatre hosts over 300 performances a year. The Schuster Arts Center is another fun place to visit, and hosts the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra, the Dayton Ballet, and even the Dayton Opera.

In the southern reaches of the city, SunWatch Indian Village provides you with a fun day outdoors learning about native culture and ways of life. This open-air museum offers insight into the way people lived hundreds of years ago, and even displays artifacts used in day-to-day life.

It would be unwise to forget the largest attraction in Dayton, the National Museum of the United States Air Force, as well as the National Aviation Hall of Fame, both of which bring in over a million visitors a year to pay homage to the city’s importance with regards to aircraft manufacture. Additionally, the Carillon Historical Park still displays the originally airplane prototype created by the Wright Brothers of Dayton. You will find it hard to leave when you rent an RV in Dayton.

RV Parks to Visit

Dayton is a perfect jumping off point and a wonderful place to rent an RV, due largely to its excellent location and airport. You can easily fly in and pick up your Dayton luxury motorhome rental and explore the city or take the interstate to drive around the entire Midwest region. If you opt to stay in the area, you’ll be happy to know that there are many places to stay overnight, as well as four Walmart stores to stock up on supplies for your trip.

The Dayton KOA Resort is a tried and true place to stay while in town and has too many amenities to name. Featuring a pool for most of the year, multiple pavilions, a dog park, mini golf course, and a pizza restaurant on-site, you could easily spend the entire vacation there and feel at home. The Frontier Campground is another lovely option; the park has a cozy feel to it, and a variety of cool features like cable TV, WiFi, a full kitchen, billiards tables, ping pong, basketball courts, and more. If you seek to have a more nature-oriented stay in your Dayton camper rental, head over to John Bryan State Park or Caesar Creek State Park, both of which have loads of RV-friendly sites, fishing lakes, and hiking trails. Caesar Creek State Park even has its own pioneer village where you can see how early European settlers lived when they first came to Ohio.

RV Rentals in Dayton, OH

Dayton, OH is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Dayton. Outdoorsy's Dayton RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Dayton are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Hocking Hills State Park, Clifty Falls, Natural Bridge State Park, and Pinckney Recreation Area.

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Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Glen Helen Multi-Trail Loop Yellow Springs Ohio
Ault Park Trails Cincinnati Ohio
Grandma Gatewood Trail - Old Man's Cave to Ash Cave Logan Ohio
Geology Trail and Wildflower Trail Loop Union Ohio
Devou Park Trail Covington Kentucky
Fall Creek Trail Indianapolis Indiana
Clifty Falls State Park Loop Trail Madison Indiana
Rock House Rockbridge Ohio
Cantwell Cliffs Loop Rockbridge Ohio
Highbanks Metro Park Trail Lewis Center Ohio

Nearby Campgrounds

Buck Creek State Park

campground Springfield, OH
A few miles east of Springfield, Ohio, is located the beautiful and well cared for Buck Creek State Park, with lovely green lawns affording plenty of space between the camping sites. Suitable for both RV access and tented camping, the campground at Buck Creek State Park offers plumbed restrooms with hot showers, a laundry, hookups with 30 amp electric, and a family friendly environment where pets are also allowed. A big rig will be able to get in here, but unfortunately there are no pull throughs, although the pads are blacktop and mostly level, and some of the sites are really close to the lake. Plenty of shade, beach access, a boat ramp and marina, plus walking and biking trails make for a pleasant outdoor stay, whether you're here for a night, or for a whole season. The sites are very secluded and quiet, and the park is well maintained.

Winton Woods Campground

campground Cincinnati, OH
Just north of the city of Cincinnati, Ohio, in Hamilton County, is the beautiful Winton Lake, and located in the heart of the greenbelt surrounding the lake, is the Winton Woods Campground. Set in a pine grove on the shores of the lake, and within easy walking distance of Winton Woods Harbor, the campground is a well laid out park with paved roads, and creates a camping haven for visitors to Hamilton, Ohio. Since the campground also caters for tented camping, not all the sites are pull throughs, and not all are equipped with service hookups, but those that do also have a fire ring and picnic table, are paved, and are suited for big rig access. The campground also has free wifi, plumbed restrooms with hot showers, a playground area, as well as walking trails, and access to the lake via a boat ramp. Set as it is in a metropolitan area, the long, winding lake is really beautiful, and is fantastic for kayaking and fishing.

Cincinnati Museum

attraction Cincinnati, OH
Previously a passenger railroad station this multi-museum offers interesting Art Deco architecture to admire. Inside you have a choice between Cincinnati History Museum, the Duke Energy Children's Museum, the Museum of Natural History and Science and an OMNIMAX Theater. There are 1.8 million artifacts, works of art to discover.

Dayton KOA Campground

campground Brookville, OH
Dayton KOA Campground is located in a quiet country setting just minutes from I-70, and 20 minutes from Dayton, Ohio. Relax under the beautiful trees and gazebos, go for a swim in their heated 80 foot swimming pool or just enjoy your RV site. The Dayton KOA is setup for all types of RV camping. No matter your camping or RVing style, Dayton KOA Campground and RV Park has the site for you! Open, pull-thru RV Sites with patios, wooded sites, Full Hook-Up or primitive sites. Big rigs are welcome, the KOA has pull-thru sites up to 80 feet in length. Campground amenities include WIFI, bathhouses, laundry rooms, camp store, cafe, firewood, propane, swimming pool, fishing ponds,playground, mini-golf, basketball, and train and wagon rides. Many guests enjoy the opportunity to take a break from cooking and enjoy the KOA Cafe that offers an assortment of coffees, pizza, ice cream, and donuts.

Carew Tower

attraction Cincinnati, OH
Visit the 49th floor Observation Deck for panoramic views of the region, this is the second tallest building in Cincinnati. It is said that this French Art Deco design was used as the model for the Empire State Building in New York City.

Cincinnati Zoo

attraction Cincinnati, OH
One of the top zoos in the country, the Cincinnati Zoo offers educational opportunities where you can learn about conservation of endangered species, have encounters with animals, enjoy a family fun train ride, or delight in the 4-D special theater. Or check out exhibitions such as World of the Insect, Monkey Island, Cat Canyon and so much more.

Dayton KOA

campground Brookville, OH
Dayton KOA just outside of Dayton, Ohio, offers full hookup sites in a place with a "woodsy" feeling. It's almost like camping in a national park, with plenty of trees for shade. The pull-through sites have lots of space, and the campground staff will lead you to your site. Back ins are level and gravel. Each site has a fire ring. There is plenty for kids to do here including playing basketball, fishing in the pond, or swimming in the large swimming pool. There is a playground, mini golf and a cafe. Bathrooms are clean and well-kept, and the staff are friendly and helpful. Bikes, peddle boats, and golf carts are available to rent, and staff will deliver firewood to your campsite. There is a calendar of events happening here all season, so you will never be bored, and the camp store can supply your camping needs. The campground features picnic areas, cabins, tent sites, and open pavilions. The beauty of this place will surprise you.

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