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When you're looking at RV rentals in Auglaize County, check out the Wapakoneta KOA campground when you need a place to stay. This KOA has been recognized with the President’s Award, the Founder’s Award, and the Kamp Green certification. The campground offers a seasonal pool, miniature golf, gem mining, a pavilion, a Kamping Kitchen, horseshoes and cornhole, planned activities and themed weekends, hayrides, and much more. Other amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a snack bar, a store with propane and firewood for sale, and Wi-Fi.
RV sites have a maximum length of 80 feet and have either concrete or gravel site pads, picnic tables, fire rings, and cable hookups. Sites may be either pull-through or back-in and have full or water and electric-only hookups, 20/30/50 amp service, decks, patios, and/or patio furniture. There's also a dog park on-site at this pet-friendly KOA.
Spend some time in the great outdoors at Indian Lake State Park with your RV rental near Wapakoneta KOA campgrounds. This large state park features a 5,100-acre human-made lake with two beaches. There are mature trees, including sycamore, maple, and oak. Canada geese, ducks, grebes, swans, egrets, and herons stop here on their migrations. Water-related activities include swimming, boating, kayaking, fishing, and jet-skiing. There are five launch ramps and no limits on boats’ horsepower. Other recreational opportunities include multi-use trails, hunting, winter sports, and playgrounds. There are picnic shelters with shade, electricity, grills, tables, and restrooms. Special events and naturalist programs for all ages are held throughout the year.
You can enjoy the great outdoors and a great sense of community with your rental RV at any of the wonderful Heritage Trails Park District properties. These include the Bloody Bridge Trail Head, which features an interpretive marker explaining the origin of the bridge’s name; the Deep Cut Historical Park, which is a National Historic Landmark with a paved trail and picnic shelter; the Dr. Elizabeth Yahl Kuffner Nature Preserve with native pawpaw trees, wildflowers, and a natural seating area; Lock 14 Park, which offers a picnic area and spectacular canal views; and the Towpath Trail. Come see the best of the area’s parks and people.
The Ohio Caverns in West Liberty are known as America’s most colorful caverns, and you can visit them when you rent a camper near the Wapakoneta KOA. The caverns are powered by the Ohio Caverns Solar Field. The park covers 35 acres, and there is a variety of tours to suit every interest, including a Natural Wonder tour, a Historic tour, a Winter tour, a Limestone tour, and a Tree tour. You can also mine for gems and fossils. The gift shop carries a range of rock, mineral, and fossil-themed merchandise, books, gifts and souvenirs, and bags of gems for mining.
It is entirely fitting that you plan an Airstream factory tour when you camp in a travel trailer at Wapakoneta KOA. Any fan of recreational vehicles will appreciate being able to see how the best of the best come to be. Tours of the actual production plant take place every day. You can expect to cover approximately one mile while walking the factory floor. You’ll see how travel trailers are hand-crafted, riveted, and built, and you’ll watch as touring coaches are created on Mercedes van chassis. You’ll need to wear closed-toe shoes, and eye and ear protection will be provided.
To learn about and celebrate a completely different form of travel, direct your Wapakoneta camper rental to the Armstrong Air and Space Museum. This museum is centered around Ohio native Neil Armstrong as well as Ohio’s aeronautical history and contributions to aviation and space exploration. Exhibits include moon rocks, spacecraft, spacesuits, and simulators. There is a museum shop featuring collectibles, apparel, art, books, posters, toys, and rocket and space-themed items. Special events and educational programming for all ages are held throughout the year, including stargazing, ice cream socials, an annual Flight Festival, and more.
The Johnston Farm & Indian Agency is set up so that you can explore 2,000 years of local history from Indian mounds to 19th-century canals. Exhibits include a restored home and outbuildings, a farm, a museum, and a mule-drawn canal boat. Events and activities include living history demonstrations, farm days, and seasonal celebrations. The gift shop offers collectibles, artifacts, reproductions, and educational materials.
The KOA has a snack bar that you can enjoy when you're camping with a motorhome. You can have freshly prepared pizza, wings, and other snacks delivered directly to your site. If you would prefer to leave the campground for your meals, you won’t have to go very far. There are plenty of restaurants close by, including home cooking, comfort food, pizza, and familiar fast-casual chains. You’ll also probably need to refill your rig while you are here and you’ll have no problem finding either gasoline or diesel fuel at any of the area’s service stations, truck stops, or convenience stores.