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If you’re looking for family-friendly RV campgrounds in Warren County, then Lebanon/Cincinnati NE KOA may be the perfect retreat. Within a short distance of amusements parks with hair-raising rollercoasters, breathtaking state parks, and only 30 minutes' drive from the metropolitan cities of Dayton and Cincinnati, there are plenty of urban attractions nearby for please visitors of all ages. Plus, Lebanon/Cincinnati NE KOA is easily accessible from Interstate 71 or Interstate 75.
Want to know more about the RV park itself? Lebanon/Cincinnati NE KOA is open all year round and provides back-in or pull-through RV sites for vehicles up to 75 feet. The sites are equipped with full hookups or electric/water-only hookups. Electrical service is available in 20, 30, or 50 amps and Wi-Fi is offered throughout the park. Those who like to eat outside can book an RV site with a private patio. Other shared facilities include a general store with propane and firewood for sale, laundry rooms, and a dump station. For extra convenience, while you're renting an RV, the park provides a curbside trash collection twice a day from April to October.
Lebanon/Cincinnati NE KOA also offers fun on-site activities and recreational facilities. You can take a dip in the swimming pool between Memorial Day and Labor Day, let your pet run free in the fenced dog park, or sing a few songs around the campfire. There’s even a large selection of board games and a spacious playground to keep the kids entertained while you’re camping with a rental motorhome at Lebanon/Cincinnati NE KOA.
One of the first places you can visit on your RV rental vacation is Caesar Creek State Park, located less than 30 minutes' drive away when you’re camping at Lebanon/Cincinnati NE KOA. The 3,700-acre park is made up of dramatic ravines, woodlands, and open meadows. The park is threaded with 40 miles of hiking trails, some of which are open for mountain biking and horseback riding too. One of the longest walking routes is the 12-mile Perimeter Trail which follows the banks of the gorgeous freshwater lake. There’s a 13,000-foot public swimming beach so visitors can sunbathe and swim during the warmer months. Motorized boating is permitted on the lake, and there are multiple boat ramps where you can launch your own vessel.
Continue driving your camper rental northeast, and you’ll soon arrive at John Bryan State Park, one of the most beautiful state parks in western Ohio. It’s home to a spectacular limestone gorge, unique paddle routes, and a disc golf course. The Little Miami River is at the heart of the park, and this is where you’ll find a number of recreational activities including canoeing between high cliffs and historic sites, or swimming. Several hiking and mountain biking trails traverse the park too, but for some visitors, the highlight of John Bryan State Park is its rock-climbing opportunities. Top-rope climbing is permitted in designated areas on the steep walls of the gorge.
Another fantastic place to visit while you camp in an RV near Lebanon, Ohio is Stonelick State Park. On the edge of Stonelick Lake, amidst scenic mixed wood forests, this is a charming place to relax in nature. There are ten designated picnic areas, and the park provides five miles of gentle hiking trails. Most of these trails are suitable for novice-intermediate cyclists. Meanwhile, the lake is calm enough for canoeing and kayaking, sailing, or boating with electric motors. During the winter months, you can still bring Lebanon campers to Stonelick State Park for ice-boating, sledding, and cross-country skiing, or come with your own snowmobile. There’s plenty to discover in the great outdoors when you’re RV camping at Lebanon/Cincinnati NE KOA.
After you book an RV in Warren County, you’ll definitely want to see what this rural area has to offer. You can start by dropping into the nearby city of Lebanon and exploring its charming downtown. The city was settled during the 1790s following the American Revolution. Travelers continued to arrive in stagecoaches and settle in this scenic town. In 1805, Lebanon’s first courthouse and jail were opened, followed two years later by the publication of The Western Star, Ohio’s oldest newspaper.
Today, when you stroll through Lebanon’s tree-lined streets, you can find a huge array of shops and restaurants slotted between historic houses and museums. The city hosts over 100 antique and boutique stores and has been named as one of the top ten places to browse for antiques in the USA. For those who prefer to shop for more modern items, Lebanon boasts two trendy shopping malls. There are also farmers' markets and flea markets to discover.
If you’re not a fan of shopping, you can visit Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad instead. You can climb aboard the Turtle Creek Valley Flyer in downtown Lebanon and let the diesel-powered train tow you through Warren County’s countryside. On the way, you’ll learn about the railroad from the onboard passenger conductors. The experience is open to visitors of all ages, and Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad organizes themed railroad journeys including a Pizza and Beer Train, Princess Express, and even a Murder Mystery Train. There’s something to suit everybody while you’re RV camping at Lebanon/Cincinnati NE KOA.