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In northeastern Ohio, on the shores of Lake Erie, you’ll be near the heartland of the Ohioan wine country. Twenty minutes from Ashtabula, an hour from Cleveland, and an hour-twenty from Akron rests the lovely 698-acre Geneva State Park.
The Erie tribes inhabited this area up until the 1650s when the French settlers came through and started taking over the area. Over the next 100 years, the settlers established a trade route and used Lake Erie for shipping goods across the country. Throughout the 1960s and ‘70s, the state started buying up the land and developing it into the state park we know today.
At Geneva State Park, visitors can play basketball, hike, bike, swim, boat, fish, or participate in any other number of activities. There's even a zipline and challenge course for the truly adventurous. All you have to do is book an RV in Ashtabula County and you can get your motorhome camping adventure started.
There will be no shortage of fun and adventure at Geneva State Park. From archery to picnicking, the possibilities are vast. The biggest draw to the park, however, is Lake Erie, with over 300 feet of sandy shoreline for park visitors to explore. Build sandcastles, go for a swim, or soak in those sun rays.
Lake Erie is also well-known for its walleye population. If you're an angler and you enjoy a big catch, you won’t have to go far to get in on the action. Drop a line into Lake Erie and you could also catch catfish, trout, or perch.
If you’re looking to boat around the water, Geneva Marina is the perfect spot. You can bring your own boat or rent one from the park. There's a fill-up station on-site in addition to a six-lane boat ramp. The dock can also store over 380 boats, but this is reserved for seasonal renters.
Ashtabula County campers also love to hike. Strap on your boots and start traversing the six miles of trails that this park offers. Two miles of paved trails are open for mountain bikers to ride.
RV campers at Geneva State Park are in luck. This place has around 100 RV campsites to choose from. Of those, 19 sites have full-hookups, 74 have water and 30 and 50-amp electrical hookups, and seven are non-electrical sites. All sites are back-in only, and the maximum site length for RV rentals is 40 feet.
As far as creature comforts go, this park has everything you need to feel at home and secure in nature as possible. There are playgrounds for the kids, trails to explore, and even outdoor courts for you and your friends to have a pick-up game. If you need to wash your clothes, you can use the laundry facilities on-site. The park doesn’t have its own Wi-Fi; however, cell phone reception is great for most major carriers. Restrooms and hot showers are available for Geneva State Park campers as well.
Are you a wine enthusiast? Ashtabula County is a short drive away and home to 23 wineries. Walk through beautiful vineyards and discover the intricacies of the winemaking process. Sample local product and learn the nuanced differences between the grapes and what exactly goes into the perfect glass of wine. Some wineries even serve food and have live music. If you’re into viticulture, Ashtabula County is definitely the place to be in Northern Ohio.
Maybe you’re more of a big-city kind of person? Cleveland is nearby, a densely populated area with so much to do, you’ll have to plan ahead. If you’re a fan of rock and roll music, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is in Cleveland and is a major destination for visitors. Stop by any of the restaurants in town for some unbelievable meals. In a city like this, anything is possible. Want to see a play? Head downtown to catch a show at Playhouse Square. Want to watch a major sports team play or rock out at a concert? Hit up Progressive Field or House of Blues Cleveland. The city is also home to countless museums and theme parks that are fun for the whole family.
A few miles east of the park is the town of Erie, PA, home to the Erie Zoo. Get up-close and personal with fascinating creatures from all over the world. See tigers roam and turtles shuffle, watch orangutans swing and pythons hiss. The park also offers tours, camps, classes, and is a great place to have a birthday party. If kooky creatures, lovable invertebrates, or mystic beasts enthrall you, the Erie Zoo is a must-see destination for the whole family.
Luckily, if you're camping in an RV at Geneva State Park, you can fill up your gas tank at the Geneva Marina before you get back on the highway. However, if you don’t get around to it then, you’ll have no problem finding a place to top off your tank in nearby towns before getting back on the road. There are also plenty of spots to eat once you leave Geneva State Park. And when it's finally time to go, I-90 is the major road that can take you west towards Cleveland or east up to Buffalo.