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The Great Lakes region is one of the best places to take an RV camping trip. You have easy access to some of America’s great (though frequently underrated) cities, like Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, and Buffalo. One of the best places to base yourself when visiting the area is just outside the town of Geneva, Ohio, at the Kenisee Grand River Campground.
The campsites at Kenisee Grand River Campground are available with full hookups for your rental RV. Campground amenities include a dump station and clean bathrooms, and campers can take advantage of the park's great location along the Grand River. You won't have to stray far from your campsite to have a good time as there’s a small pond on the north side for catch-and-release fishing (no Ohio fishing license required), another three ponds for fishing and swimming, a playground for the little ones, pool tables, batting cages, and canoes available for use on the Grand River. If you’re looking to socialize, the park has fun events planned throughout the summer, where you can meet up with fellow RV travelers.
The Great Lakes region has a lot to offer nature lovers. A stop at Cuyahoga Valley National Park is a must when you get an RV rental near Kenisee Grand River Campground. Cuyahoga Valley is only an hour's drive from Geneva, just outside of Cleveland. Not only is one of the Midwest’s only national parks, but it also has some of the country’s best bike trails. Cuyahoga Valley surrounds the defunct Ohio and Erie Canal; the canal’s towpaths provide over 20 miles of cycling inside the park, perfect for both novice and expert riders. Beyond the cycling, Cuyahoga Valley also has some excellent hiking, with Brandywine Falls being one of its most popular treks.
Need a beach day during your Ohio campervan rental vacation? Geneva State Park has close to 700 acres of waterfront property on Lake Erie, much of it occupied with soft powdery sand. Rent a couple of kayaks or canoes and hit the lake with your friends and family, but stay up to date on the weather, as strong winds can create dangerous waves. There are also a few hiking trails to explore and a lighthouse that is Instagram perfection at sunset.
For an authentic backcountry experience, you’ll need to go next door to the Allegheny National Forest in Pennsylvania. It covers over 800 square miles and is home to a vast network of hiking trails where you could get lost for days. One of the best day hikes is the Minister Creek Trail, a well-marked seven-mile-long loop through some of Pennsylvania’s most scenic countryside.
Geneva is about halfway between Cleveland and the Pennsylvania border, making it one of the most convenient places to stay when you’re motorhome camping in northern Ohio. Geneva’s biggest export is grapes, which are grown in abundance thanks to the rich Great Lakes soil and moderate climate. If you have the chance, go book a Geneva motorhome rental in September during the Grape Jamboree, which features parades, amusement park rides, live music, and, of course, delicious grape-based street foods.
If you enjoy a quality vino, then you will love RV camping in northeast Ohio. The Geneva area has several excellent wineries serving up unique varieties sourced from local grapes. Most of the wineries offer tours and tastings, so you not only learn how it’s made but have the chance to sample it before making your purchase. Be sure to bring a couple of bottles home.
Exceptional wine isn’t the only thing that Geneva has to offer, though; race fans will love a trip to the Lake County Speedway in nearby Painesville. It’s NASCAR’s smallest racetrack, which means there’s never a shortage of fast-paced action. The big races are run in a loop, but the track also does figure-eight races to add even more twists and turns to the fun. To really get the adrenaline pumping, visit during the week when the track offers public go-kart rentals.
While the Upper Midwest was built by freighters on the Great Lakes and its accompanying canals, the influence of the railroad should not be understated. To learn more about this fascinating chapter in the region’s history, check out the Railroad Museum in Painesville. The beautifully restored depot has some fascinating exhibits, including a large steam engine on its front lawn.
Lake views, lengthy trails, and lots of culture are in store when you book an RV rental in Geneva, OH. Search for a rig today and start planning your visit.