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Harrison Lake State Park is a small park of around 140-acres near the town of Fayette, in Fulton County, Ohio. Just over 50 miles to the east is the metropolis of Toledo residing on the shores of Lake Erie, while around and hour and a half to the southwest is the larger city of Fort Wayne, IN.
When you book an RV Fulton County, you will find that the southern end of the Great lakes area is easy to explore, including Lake Erie, Lake Huron, and Lake Michigan. A little way north is the Lake Hudson Recreation Area and many more lakes, perfect if you enjoy fishing or boating.
At Harrison Lake State Park, you can enjoy a little gentle fishing, rent a boat to explore the lake or relax on the beach, and take a swim. When you feel a bit more energetic, there are some hiking trails along the shore and through the forest areas. Bring your rental RV here for a quiet and relaxing vacation.
With a 105-acre lake on your doorstep when RV camping at Harrison Lake State Park, it’s the perfect place to enjoy some water-based activities.
Fishing has always been popular here, and anglers can try their hand at catching bluegill, catfish, bass, and crappie to name just a few. Just remember that you will need to obtain an Ohio fishing license before you cast that line.
Fish from the shore or rent a boat at the campground office to get further into the lake. Once you’ve had enough fishing, take a gentle trip around the lake to explore. Remember to keep your speed down though, as there is a no-wake speed limit on the entire lake.
Swimming is always popular, particularly with the kids, and at Harrison Lake State Park you’ll find a 150-foot swimming beach perfect for a relaxing time. Although your dog isn't allowed on the beach, there is a designated dog swimming area nearby.
If you enjoy hiking, then you will love that there are 3.5-miles of trails available in the park. A single loop runs right around the lake, staying close to the shore and giving you plenty of opportunities to spot the wildlife along the way. Some smaller loops offer some detours near the campground, through the woodlands.
The campground at Harrison Lake State Park is split into three areas, and nearly all of the sites are located under the shade of beautiful trees. Around 180 sites are available, the majority of which have electrical hookups. Several modern restrooms are available throughout the campground and offer a shower-house and laundry located in the center.
Basketball and volleyball are available along with a picnic area and a playground. Sports equipment can be borrowed from the camp office. Your pets are welcome at most campsites, but some are designated pet-free, so do check in advance.
The Harrison Lake State Park campground may be the perfect first choice for state park RV camping offering plenty of facilities, recreational activities, and sheltered sites.
The nearby town of Fayette, just a few miles north in your rental RV, offers all the basic conveniences you need for a comfortable stay at Harrison Lake State Park. Here you’ll find supermarkets, a range of restaurants and the essential gas station to keep your RV running.
A little way south is the small town of Archbold where you will find the Sauder Museum, Farm and Craft Village. This living history village covers an area of 15-acres, with buildings dating back to the 1800s, a craft village where local artists display their work and a museum. The historic buildings include a farm shop, woodworking shop, a St Lutheran Church and a doctor's office displaying the medical instruments of the time.
If you need to brush up on your education, pop into the single room schoolhouse! It’s an interactive visit where you are encouraged to join in. The two museums are packed with artifacts from days gone by and trace the history of the town and Ohio. This is a beautiful place to visit while you are camping with an RV in the area with so much going on.
Fulton County Museum is located in Wauseon, less than 20-miles southeast of the park and is well worth a visit. The museums aim I to preserve the history and artifacts of Fulton County and make them available for the public to view. First established in 1813, the museum has a vast collection of memorabilia that gives an insight into life in the county over 200 years ago. It makes a fascinating place to visit, with some buildings dating back to the early 1800s.