2016 Forest River Wildwood
2016 Forest River Wildwood
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Centered around the mouth of the Portage River on Lake Erie, Port Clinton, Ohio is a spellbinding little coastal city with countless reasons to visit. The town was established in 1828 and named for DeWitt Clinton, a former governor of New York who lobbied for the construction of the Erie Canal which would become crucial to towns on the Great Lakes. For most of the town’s history, it existed as a small community with a few waterfront mills and an assortment of businesses to cater to the surrounding rural areas.
Port Clinton has always had quite a small population, but in recent years, more people have begun to realize how special the city is. Port Clinton is located nearly halfway between Toledo and Cleveland on the shores of Lake Erie, with enormous potential for tourism. There are unbeatable views of the lake, and miles of lakeshore to relax on during the summer months when the temperatures begin to soar. There are lots of splendid nature parks that line the shore of Lake Erie, as well as tons of tiny islands that you can take a ferry to and explore. The area surrounding Port Clinton is even referred to as Vacationland by locals for its notoriety as a summertime recreation destination. When you book an RV in Port Clinton, you’ll begin to realize how magical Ohio can be when you see some of its best and most beautiful areas.
When you rent an RV in Port Clinton, you will find yourself in an area packed with natural beauty in nearly every direction. The lakefront shores of Lake Erie provide the most potential as far as parks are concerned, with some of the state’s best recreation areas and state parks crowding the coastline. East Harbor State Park can be found to the east at the tip of the peninsula that Port Clinton inhabits. There is a marina on site for boats to dock, miles of hiking trails, sandy beaches, safe swimming areas, and a disc golf course too. Hunting and fishing are popular pastimes too. Kelleys Island State Park on Kelleys Island can be reached by taking a ferry from the town of Lakeside Marblehead. This incredible park takes up about a third of the space on the island, and it is primarily known for its stunning hiking trails, gorgeous views of the sunset, and its famous beaches. There are lots of swimming areas within the park and on the island in general, and a campground, should you have a smaller Port Clinton camper rental that can fit on the ferry.
To the west of Port Clinton along the Lake Erie shoreline, Maumee Bay State Park can be a fantastic place to stay overnight in your Port Clinton RV rental by owner. The park has been open since 1975, serving as one of the area’s most cherished recreation spots. Maumee Bay State Park is known for its upscale resort, but there is a campground where you and your Port Clinton motorhome rental can park overnight. Guests can go for a hike, have a picnic, swim at the beach, go hunting or fishing depending on the season, golf, boat, or visit the wonderful visitor center to learn about the park’s wildlife.
If you want to hit the road and see more of Ohio, you can bring your Port Clinton RV rental to Cuyahoga Valley National Park, the only national park in the Buckeye State. Cuyahoga Valley National Park is one of the smallest national parks in the country, but it certainly packs a punch with its dynamic natural settings and jaw-dropping scenery. You can hike through lush forests to make your way towards sublime waterfalls complete with refreshing swimming areas. Camping is welcomed in the park so be sure to reserve a spot if you decide to make the trip because camping sites get booked quite early at this beloved national park.
Port Clinton and the surrounding Vacationland area are popular during the spring, summer, and fall, so naturally, there are lots of campgrounds lining the water to accommodate the tourists who visit northern Ohio each year. You can bring your Port Clinton camper rental to Cedarlane RV Park is a one-of-a-kind vacation resort for people of all ages. There are splash parks, in-ground pools, playgrounds, sports courts, fishing areas, fish cleaning stations, laundry facilities, a store, and an ice cream parlor all on site.
Fort Firelands RV Resort is known for its full-sized replica fort made to replicate an 18th-century fort. Aside from the amazing fort museum, there are sports courts, a swimming pool, a flea market, boat storage, a mini golf course, and a restaurant that guests may utilize.
Knecht's Beach and Marina has a family-friendly atmosphere. The park is open seasonally from May to the end of October, but it is one of the busiest during the high season. Here you can lounge on the RV park’s lovely beaches during your stay.
Port Clinton is not merely a place to rent an RV and leave for greener pastures. This charming town has its own downtown area, teeming with small businesses, restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops. The Ottawa County Museum is a fascinating place to spend some time while learning about the county’s complex past. The museum has a variety of artifacts from American history, like WWII uniforms, and weapons used in the Battle of Lake Erie.
Liberty Aviation Museum can be found at the Erie-Ottawa International Airport in Port Clinton, a truly fantastic place to visit for military and history buffs. The aviation museum’s collection is impressive, with rare fighter planes and old jets from decades back.
The Port Clinton Lighthouse is smaller than most lighthouses, but it is considered the oldest timber frame lighthouse on all of Lake Erie. The tiny lighthouse is great for photo opportunities, and it takes hardly any time to tour the building and see it for yourself.
If you love animals or are traveling with your family, African Safari Wildlife Park might be worth a visit. The park has over 60 acres of land with exotic animals running around and roaming free. You can feed animals from the safari vehicle or ride a camel in this fun theme park.