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Once upon a time, Findley State Park was a state forest. Today, however, this beautiful Ohio state park is a popular camping spot and outdoor recreational hub.

Located in Wellington, less than an hour southwest of downtown Cleveland, this 838-acre park offers a little something for everyone. Visitors can enjoy fishing, boating, and swimming on a 93-acre lake, not to mention tackle more than 16 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails.

And with plenty of space for RVs in its large campground, Findley State Park is perfect for a family camping vacation.

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Getting Outdoors

Findley Lake is the main attraction in Findley State Park, and campers tend to congregate around this beautiful body of water no matter what time of year they visit. The lake is a hive of activity and offers plenty of opportunities for recreation.

For many visitors, there's no better way to start each day than to take a refreshing dip. Findley State Park has a 435-foot beach and a concession stand, and swimmers are welcome to splash around in designated areas. However, it's worth noting that your pet isn't allowed on the beach.

If you'd like to explore the lake by boat, two boat launching ramps are provided to ensure easy access. Gas motors aren't allowed on the lake, but electric motors are, while canoes, kayaks, and rowboats are available for rent Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday.

Fishing in the lake is also quite good, so it's worth bringing your rod and all your fishing tackle along in your rental RV. Largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, and more can all be caught in the lake, but make sure you get a valid Ohio fishing license before you try your luck.

If water sports aren't really your thing, you can also set out to explore the park on land. With 16 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails meandering through the park, there are plenty of options to choose from. The half-mile Creekbank Trail offers a scenic hike and a gentle introduction to the local terrain, while cyclists of all ages will find a whole lot to challenge and entertain them on the 11-mile Thorn Mountain Bike Trail.

Finally, it's also worth mentioning that Findley State Park also has its own 18-hole disc golf course. It's free to use and rental equipment is available, making it a wonderful activity for the whole family to enjoy.

Camping at Findley State Park

If you want to go RV camping in Findley State Park, book an RV in Lorain County and then secure a spot in the park's 257-site campground. Online reservations are available and you can choose from the following sites:

  • 91 electric sites (two of which are accessible for people with disabilities)
  • 15 full-service sites with full hookups (three of which are accessible for people with disabilities)
  • 151 non-electric sites (59 of which are walk-in only, so are therefore not suitable for RV rentals)

Sites are large and feature gravel pads, and the campground sits in heavily wooded surroundings. The flush toilets and hot showers are generally clean and well-maintained.

If you want to learn more about the surrounding area, the good news is that the park's nature center is located within the campground. If you're just looking for activities to keep the whole family entertained, you'll be pleased to find that playground equipment, a basketball court, sand volleyball, and horseshoe pits are provided. Dog lovers will also be happy to hear that pets are welcome on all campsites.

Exploring the Area

While there's plenty to experience and enjoy during your Findley State Park RV camping adventure, the fun doesn't end there. There are also stacks of other great attractions within an easy drive of the park, so you might want to extend your trip for a few extra days to see them all.

If you're looking for another lake with great fishing, you might want to head to Spencer Lake Wildlife Area, which is just 15 minutes to the east.

For something a little different, head southwest to Mansfield and take a tour of the spectacular Ohio State Reformatory, which famously featured in The Shawshank Redemption.

Or if you feel like making the one-hour drive east to Akron, make sure you check out the beautiful surroundings of Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens. The Guided Manor House Tour is well worth it, but there are other tours available as well.

Whatever type of journey you're planning, you'll find plenty to enjoy when you rent an RV near Findley State Park. So why not get out there and start exploring the best attractions that north-central Ohio has to offer?

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