Sunbury / Columbus North KOA

Having an RV rental at Sunbury/Columbus North KOA will provide you with everything you need to explore Ohio's capital of Columbus. The campground has lots of activities for campers to get involved in, such as a petting zoo, swimming pool, and a bark park where your dog can play. There's also a well-stocked lake for fishing, with trout, crappie, and catfish all available. The campground also contains a snack bar for hungry RV campers, and propane and firewood are available for purchase.As well as having a variety of great on-site activities, Sunbury/Columbus North KOA perfectly caters to your motorhome camping needs. Campsites are gravel and have full hookups which support 30 and 50 amp electric. Each spacious site has a max length allowance of 88 feet and provides pull-through access to make parking easy. Deluxe campsites have patio areas with charcoal grills so you can cook out and enjoy the sunshine. There are also home comforts such as digital television and Wi-Fi, as well as the basics such as a laundry room and restroom facilities.When you camp in an RV near Columbus, you'll be close to the biggest city in Ohio which contains many exciting attractions, including some of the best museums, historical sites, and restaurants in the state. Sunbury provides a quaint base from which to explore the area and smaller cities such as Mt Vernon and Mansfield are nearby when you don't want to trek around Columbus.

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The Great Outdoors

When you book an RV in Delaware County, you'll be close to some beautiful natural sites, including Delaware State Park. Delaware State Park covers over 1,300 acres of fields and meadows and features a reservoir ideal for watersports including boating and fishing. Anglers can expect to catch bass, crappie, and muskie. There's also an 800-foot beach which is an excellent spot to take a dip in the lake or just sunbathe and enjoy a picnic. If you don't enjoy swimming, there are roughly five hiking trails which range from a mile to a mile and a half in length, which will take you through the surrounding meadows, forests, and marshes.Sunbury campers might also want to visit the nearby Mt Gilead State Park. This park covers just under 200 acres of dense forests and has five hiking trails which are roughly a mile in length, ideal for anybody looking for a quick stroll in the shade of the park's beautiful maple trees. Mt Gilead Lake offers a few water-based activities, including sailing and paddling as well as fishing for panfish, bass, and bluegill. If you feel competitive, you can visit the nine-hole disc golf course to see who's best at this unusual sport.You might be looking for a park to explore close to the center of the city while you're motorhome camping at Sunbury/Columbus North KOA, in which case you should stop at Alum Creek State Park. This park is perfect for boaters, as it is comprised mainly of a 3,000-acre reservoir, with a marina with over 200 boat launches available for public use. Fishing is also popular and catches include bluegill, bass, and muskie. One of the best features in the park is that it contains Ohio's largest inland beach, which stretches for 3,000 feet along Alum Creek and is perfect for swimming and sunbathing. If you want to explore the area around the park, there is an excellent selection of trails ranging from a mile to seven miles in length, taking you along boardwalks, through wooded areas, and across deep gorges.

Exploring the City

When you park your RV rental at Sunbury/Columbus North KOA, you'll be close to one of the best cultural destinations in Ohio, with a plethora of museums within driving distance. The Columbus Museum of Art features a large variety of art from local artists to European classics to American photography. Some of the most popular exhibitions include the work of local watercolorist Alice Schille, early cubism by Pablo Picasso, and the work of Juan Gris.Columbus campers should also consider visiting the Columbus Center of Science and Industry (COSI). This museum offers some amazing hands-on installations and exhibits, including a full cast of a T-rex skeleton, an exhibition about the life and work of Jim Henson, complete with puppets from some of his most famous movies such as The Muppets, and a planetarium so you can do some stargazing. Everybody will find something to enjoy when they visit this museum, and its diverse collection will astound all ages.Another great family activity to consider is a visit to the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. Possibly the best of its kind in the region, the zoo contains many unusual critters you may have never seen before, including Tasmanian devils, Gila monsters, and feathertail gliders. There are also endangered animals such as polar bears, orangutans, and gorillas, and you can learn from zookeepers what can be done to help ensure their survival. The zoo also contains some theme park rides such as a carousel, wooden roller coaster, and a scary dinosaur boat ride.

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Start by determining how many people are planning to travel with you. Going on a solo-journey? Choose a camper van or a teardrop trailer. Bringing the whole family along for the ride? Consider a spacious Class A or five-wheel.

You’ll also want to consider amenities. For example, if you’re planning to cook on the road, you’ll want a kitchenette. If your campground doesn’t have public restrooms, you’ll want to search RVs with bathrooms. Check out full descriptions of our models to help you decide here.


Do the RVs have bathrooms?


Yes. Class A’s, Class B’s, and Class C’s and five-Wheels typically have bathrooms. Depending on where you plan on camping, you’ll want to double-check the availability of restrooms if selecting a rig without a bathroom. Nervous about renting an RV with a bathroom? Owners can help show you how to clean the tank or will offer to do it for you for a fee.


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