2014 Wildwood Light weight and Easy Towing
2014 Wildwood Light weight and Easy Towing
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Lima is a city in Ohio and the seat of Allen County. The city is almost the same distance from Lake Michigan and Lake Erie, and it is located approximately a 90-minute drive from Columbus. Cleveland and Cincinnati are about two hours' drive away. Book an RV in Lima, and you can enjoy its great central location between big cities and natural parks.
The first settlers in the area were Shawnee people in the 1700s. After the creation of a Shawnee reservation in 1820, Allan County was formally established, and soon after, the city of Lima was founded. The name Lima comes from the Peruvian capital, which was famous in the 1800s as a major source of quinine, an anti-malaria drug used in the region, especially at the Great Black Swamp. After discovering oil in Lima in 1885, the “Oil Boom of Northwest Ohio” began. Rent an RV in Lima to see this historic city and beautiful nature nearby.
Indiana Lake State Park is just about half an hour's drive south when you rent a motorhome in Lima. This is one of the closest natural areas to the city, and it is a great place for hunting and fishing. There are several scenic trails you can hike or walk, and the lake is surrounded by beautiful forest which offers excellent opportunities for wildlife viewing. Bring cameras and binoculars along for some fascinating birdwatching.
Grand Lake St. Marys State Park is another lake surrounded by greenery approximately half an hour's drive with an RV rental from Lima. This lake is one of the largest human-made reservoirs in the world, founded as a feeder reservoir for the Miami-Erie Canal. Here you can spend time fishing, swimming, boating, or camping. Enjoy your time in nature at one of Ohio’s oldest state parks.
Killdeer Plains Wildlife Area is about an hour's drive east of Lima. The terrain is almost all covered in cropland and grassland with a lot of ponds and wetlands. If you like fishing, here you can catch mostly largemouth bass, crappies, bluegill, and channel catfish. There are many ducks and Canada geese in the park, and you can also see cottontail rabbit, fox squirrel, and white-tailed deer. This beautiful park is great for fishing, wildlife viewing, hiking, and boating.
When you book a travel trailer rental in Lima, Ohio, one of the closest campgrounds is Ottawa Metro Park Campground. This park is less than 10 minutes' drive from the city center, and it is located by the Ottawa River and Lima Reservoir, inside the Ottawa Metro Park. This family-oriented, self-registration campground has water and electric hookups, picnic tables, fire rings, and a dump station. Some sites offer pull-through access, and showers and restrooms are also available.
Consider camping at Grand Lake St. Marys with your RV rental from Lima. Here they offer full hookups or electric-only sites, laundry facilities, toilets, showers, wireless internet, a camp store, and much more. There is also a beach available for swimming, a boat launch and boat docks, a splash pad, and an oversized game board. The campground also has bike rentals, mini golf courses, and rental fishing equipment.
The Indian Lake State Park campground is another option. Campsites are available with full hookups or electric-only, and some sites are located on the water. You can enjoy tons of outdoor activities here, or you can spend a day relaxing by the beach. Other facilities available include showers, restrooms, laundry, a playground, and basketball and volleyball courts.
Lima is a beautiful city with a lot of green parks and lakes. Enjoy bird watching at Lippincott Bird Sanctuary, which is located less than 10 minutes' drive from the city center. The park's terrain is mostly prairie, meadow, woodland, and wetland. This sanctuary is home to many different species of birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians to observe as you walk the trail.
Visit Schoonover Observatory by the Schoonover Lake for a unique planetarium experience. Here you can view planets, moon, stars, star clusters, galaxies, nebula, comets when bright enough, the sun through a solar filter, satellites, the space station, and meteors. Join one of the programs on meeting nights, covering astronomy as well as other interesting science topics.
Allen County Museum is one of the most important cultural and historical museums in the area, located in the center of Lima. Here you can visit exhibitions about life in the 19th century, floods in the area, transport, and much more. The museum offers guided tours and educational programs.