Hidden Hill Campground

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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

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Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

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Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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If you are looking for an RV campground in central Ohio, Hidden Hill Campground might be just the place for you. In the countryside near the city of Newark, Hidden Hill is a relaxing and quiet campground surrounded by trees and greenery where you can completely forget about busy city life. Forests, rivers, lakes, and other natural areas are nearby and offer excellent outdoor recreational opportunities when RV camping here. Some of the state's bigger cities are less than an hour's drive from here, including Columbus, Mt Vernon, and Lancaster.

The campsites at Hidden Hill Campground offer full hookups, and pull-through sites are available too. Here you will find clean restrooms and showers, a dump station, and free WiFi throughout the park. This family-friendly Newark campground also has a playground for kids and a lot of space for them to run and play. The campground is also pet-friendly.

Most of the Hidden Hill campsites are in shaded areas, surrounded by grass and trees. Hikers will find lots of opportunities right outside of the campground. Fishing is another interesting activity you can enjoy here, with many creeks, rivers, and lakes in the area. Other popular recreational activities include bicycling, bird watching, and hunting.

The Great Outdoors

While camping at Hidden Hill Campground, you'll be near several natural areas to explore. Blackhand Gorge State Nature Preserve is 15 minutes' drive southeast of the campground and consists of over four miles of stone formations along the river, where you can walk, take amazing photographs, and enjoy breathtaking views. Hiking and bicycling through the area is a popular recreational activity, as well as nature observing, wildlife watching, and bird watching. This area was used by Native Americans and later by European settlers. You can still see abandoned tunnels, railroads, and occasional waterfalls while exploring the park.

Powelson Wildlife Area is approximately half an hour's drive east of your campsite at Hidden Hill Campground. When visiting the area, you can enjoy the beautiful views of rolling hills and woodland. The park is located near the Muskingum River and offers excellent fishing opportunities. Some of the fish species you can catch here include catfish, smallmouth bass, bluegills, black and white crappies, walleye, muskellunge, and many more. Hunters can find squirrels, raccoons, and cottontail rabbits. Hiking, wildlife watching, and bird watching are other popular pastimes at Powelson Wildlife Area.

About 40 minutes' drive northeast of Hidden Hill Campground is the Woodbury Wildlife Area. This beautiful natural space is an important habitat for many animal and fish species, with dozens of wetland areas and over 100 ponds. Some of the animals you can find here include deer, squirrels, rabbits, turkeys, different kinds of songbirds, and fish species like bass, bluegills, redear sunfish, and channel catfish. In addition to fishing and hunting, you can also enjoy archery and the shooting range. Other activities that are popular in the park include wildlife watching, hiking, and bird watching.

Exploring the City

When you rent an RV in Licking County, you can enjoy all kinds of activities, including visiting wineries, golf courses, small towns, and other attractions. Robbins Hunter Museum is in Granville. It's a beautiful small museum you can visit when passing through the area. It is located in the beautiful Avery-Downer House, and here you can see a collection of 19th-century furniture, clothing, and personal items of the house's residents. You can also see many beautiful antiques and artworks here, collected by the former residents over the years.

The Webb House Museum is located in Newark. This beautiful residential building was constructed in 1907 by Frank Camden Webb and features stunning Arts and Crafts architecture. The house has a wonderful collection of antiques, artworks, and furniture from the beginning of the 20th century. When Mrs. Webb died, she left the house to the historical society, with all the valuable objects to be displayed and preserved. Here you can see many family photographs, china, silver, glass, and so much more.

Newark has many interesting historic locations that you can see when RV camping nearby, including The Licking County Historic Jail. This historic jail was built in 1889 by the architect C. W. Yost and is open to visitors year-round. Here you can see historic jail cells, furniture, scary rooms, and a collection of documents and photographs. While you are here, you can join a paranormal tour of the site. It's believed that this castle-like jail is haunted, and it attracts ghost hunters from all around the United States.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Blackhand Gorge Trail, OHBlack Hand State Nature Preserve, OH
  • Blackhand to Quarry Rim Trail Loop, OHBlack Hand State Nature Preserve, OH
  • Flint Ridge to Creek Trail, OHHeath, OH
  • Dawes Arboretum Loop Trail, OHHeath, OH
  • Denison University Biological Reserve, OHGranville, OH
  • Robert's Ridge and Valley Trail, OHGranville, OH
  • Infirmary Mound Trail, OHGranville, OH
  • Kokosing Gap Trail to Mohican Valley Trail, OHMount Vernon, OH
  • Perry State Forest Loop Trail, OHNew Lexington, OH
  • Sugarbush Trail, OHNew Albany, OH

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