Leafy Oaks Campground

Leafy Oaks Campground is located in the beautiful countryside between the cities of Cleveland and Toledo. It's also a short drive away from the shores of Lake Erie. The campground is an hour's drive from Toledo, a 90-minute drive from Cleveland, and a two-hour drive from Columbus. Many other cities are also within driving distance, including Detroit, Cincinnati, and Pittsburgh. The campground is full of cozy shaded sites, and there is a creek that runs through the campground as well.There are both pull-through and back-in campsites at Leafy Oaks Campground. Sites are available with full or partial hookups, with 20/30/50 amp connectivity. There are also flush toilets and hot showers in a well-maintained restroom area. A laundry room and a dump station are on-site, and firewood, propane, and ice are available as needed. The camp store stocks snacks, toiletries, and other basic essentials. Pets are welcome as long as they are on a leash.For recreation, there is a large fishing lake and a smaller swimming pond. On-site hiking trails allow you to explore the surrounding countryside. When you're camping at Leafy Oaks Campground, you'll also have access to a playground for kids as well as an indoor arcade for rainy days.

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The Great Outdoors

There's plenty to do outdoors when you book a camper rental in Sandusky County. You can go fishing in the nearby Sandusky River at many different points. A popular spot for anglers along the river is in the nearby town of Fremont at Rodger Young Park. It is particularly well known for walleye fishing, but various bass species are present as well, as are catfish and sunfish. You can also go canoeing in the river, with boat launches at various points. Canoe rentals are available in Fremont and in the surrounding area if you don't have your own.When you camp at Leafy Oaks Campground, you'll be a short drive from Pickerel Creek Wildlife Area, which is on the shores of Sandusky Bay. This park provides controlled waterfowl hunting in designated sections. It is also a popular area for trapping, as well as hunting rabbit, fox, coyote, and white-tailed deer. You can also go fishing for northern pike in Sandusky Bay. While there aren't designated trails here, you can hike through the area and go bird watching. Over 300 different species of birds have been recorded in this area.Cyclists will want to head to Fremont to ride the North Coast Inland Trail. This cycling trail is over 20 miles long. It is completely paved, taking you through the beautiful forests and countryside of northern Ohio. There is a gap in the route in the city of Fremont, but city bike paths will connect you to the next part of the trail.

Exploring The Area

RV camping at Leafy Oaks Campground is a great way to enjoy the peace and quiet of the Ohio countryside. Although it is quite secluded, there are multiple gas stations and grocery stores nearby in the town of Green Springs. There are lots of things to do for entertainment nearby, including several golf courses within driving distance. The Seneca Caverns are also just a short drive away, offering tours of underground caverns and gem mining. Leafy Oaks Campground is also a short drive from the Cedar Point amusement park, which is located on the shores of Lake Erie in Sandusky and is full of thrilling roller coasters.While camping at Leafy Oaks, you can also visit Toledo or Cleveland. The Toledo Museum of Art and the Toledo Zoo are two of the most popular attractions in the city. The Imagination Station science center is also a great place to visit if you're traveling with kids. Toledo is also located directly on the shores of Lake Erie, and you can take a boat tour to the Toledo Harbor Lighthouse. You can also visit the National Museum of the Great Lakes to tour old maritime ships.Cleveland is also a very easy day trip while you're camping in an RV at Leafy Oaks Campground. The city is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, a huge draw for music lovers. It also has an extensive theater district in Playhouse Square. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, and Cleveland Metroparks Zoo are all popular attractions as well. Those who enjoy shopping and nightlife will enjoy strolling down East 4th Street, which is known for its eclectic selection of restaurants as well as bowling alleys and arcades.

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