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A well-placed RV park close to Sandusky's theme parks and the natural wonders and history of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Indian Trail Campground welcomes you with a leafy motorhome camping site where a nice balance of amenities and campground activities awaits. Pull up lakeside to be close to the eight-acre spring-fed lake where you can launch a boat or sink a line, or find a cool spot under the shade of mature trees. Your RV camping options include full-service sites close to a couple of bathhouses or water/electric sites by the pool. Picnic tables and pavilions are also available for rent. Visit the camp store for anything you might need during your stay.
An exciting mix of family night game shows, weekend bingo, and campers' potlucks provides entertainment to all members of the family, whatever their age. If that's not enough, the playground, shuffleboards, and basketball/volleyball courts offer an outlet for active campers to warm up for the adventure ahead. Couples-only events and hobbyist activities (bake-offs, fishing derbies, arts & crafts) are regularly scheduled. New London campers in the military enjoy discounts and are honored during the National Armed Forces Day. And don't forget to bring your furry friends. They get to shine during the "Spoil Your Dog Day."
Jump into a variety of outdoor pursuits and be amazed at the diversity of watchable wildlife at the 400-acre Portage Lakes State Park less than 90 minutes’ drive when you rent a camper near Indian Trail Campground. Several lakes in the park are ideal for kayaking and motorized boating, and also harbor an abundant yield of largemouth bass, walleye, and muskellunge. Thousands of geese and waterfowl flock to the wetlands during spring and fall migrations, while mallards, wood ducks, and Canada geese come here each year to nest. For amateur stargazers, the small observatory managed by the Astronomy Club of Akron is something not to miss when in the park.
For a tiny dose of gently rolling trails and lush nature, take your New London camper rental to nearby Augusta-Anne Olsen State Nature Preserve, where there’s more than enough breathing space. From high cliffs to the jagged banks of the Vermilion River Gorge to meadows bursting with wildflowers, the preserve treats visitors to a multi-sensory hiking experience. Fawn over hyacinths, chickweed, and black raspberries, and if you follow the Sassafras Trail, you could even stand before one of the largest trees in Ohio.
At the stunning Cuyahoga Valley National Park, combine your love for history, nature, and outdoor adventure with the dramatic backdrop of forests, open farmland, and rolling hills. If there’s one good to reason to book an RV rental in Huron County, proximity to the park a little more than an hour's drive away should be it. Follow the historic Ohio & Erie Canal by walking or riding the nearly level and almost 20-mile Towpath Trail, or other shorter loops around the Kendall Lake area and the mesmerizing Brandywine Falls area. Sample Ohio's Buckeye Trail as segments of it wind through the park. If you fancy an old-fashioned scenic train ride, an excursion aboard the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad will take you through the dramatic landscape of the park and along the rushing Cuyahoga River.
The history-minded may want to set their sights on Malabar Farm State Park, a historic landmark since 1939. Join an Ohio State Park Naturalist to see the interior of the Big House, where the American author and conservationist Louis Bromfield lived and trailblazed innovative scientific farming concepts. Ride a tractor for a guided tour around a working farm and grazing fields, or if you wish to hit the trails, lace up your boots for a few one-mile loops that take you through wildflower fields and woodland habitats.
The farm theme continues in New London's annual F.A.R.M. (Firelands Area Restorers of Machines) Antique Tractor Show. Mark your calendar in July, find a family-friendly campground in the Cleveland-Akron area, and take your rental motorhome to get close to all the action. Get under the hood and see gas engine displays, and let your kids join in on the fun with kiddie pedal tractor pulls and wagon rides.
In Norwalk, wine enthusiasts can sample light and peachy Frontenac Gris made from grapes grown on land close to a local winery. Sweet red blends, made from grapes grown by other local families, are also on the menu. While here, don’t forget to step inside the Firelands Museum, one of the oldest in Ohio, to browse their Native American collection, which ranges from articles of clothing to arrowheads to remains of a ground sloth.
When you’re bringing all ages on the road, and you hope to have everyone’s interests satisfied, camping in New London just might do the trick. The city comforts of Cleveland and Akron are close by with the marvel that is Cuyahoga Valley in between. And if you look up north, the south shore of Lake Erie is a short drive away. So book a rental RV in New London, Ohio today, and start mapping out your journey.