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Wilmington, Ohio is a decent sized town that sits almost smack dab between Cincinnati and Columbus, not too far away from Interstate 71. In fact, it’s close to many main state routes, county roads, and US highways. It was founded in 1810 and was originally called Clinton. The name was changed in 1811 to Wilmington.

When you search for an RV in Wilmington, you will have easy access to many highways and major roadways that can take it just about anywhere you want to go throughout the Midwest United States. For lovers of the outdoors, in just over an hour in your Wilmington, OH RV rental, you can arrive at Tar Hollow State Forest, just south of Laurelville. Wayne National Forest and Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge, on the other side of Cincinnati from Wilmington, are both within reach.

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The Great Outdoors

There certainly isn’t going to be a shortage of things to enjoy with an RV rental in Wilmington. One of the first places you might want to check out is Cowan Lake State Park. Even though they have cabins here, you won’t need that because you bring your shelter with you when you rent a motorhome in Wilmington. You can enjoy hiking, fishing, and swimming along the lake. You can also do some bicycling and there are plenty of fun outdoor activities for children. If you have a penchant for golf, it can be a wonderful way to get out of your Wilmington camper rental for a few hours. The Majestic Springs Golf Club in Wilmington has a great layout. It is a small-town golf course that plays like a destination on the PGA Tour.

For a little more of a road trip, take the drive past Cincinnati to Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge near Madison, Indiana. The hours here are somewhat limited to minimize the disturbance to the wildlife but chances are you can make a day work with your schedule. This is worth the trip since it is the largest of Indiana’s three wildlife refuges. Enjoy the view of Old Timbers Lake while bird-watching and fishing. You can even see wildlife like wild turkeys and white-tailed deer if you’re lucky.

RV Parks

There are definitely places to stay in your RV rental near Wilmington. One of them, which is right in Wilmington, is Beechwood Acres Camping Resort. They offer water and electric hookups and 24-hour laundry facilities. All guests can enjoy the heated swimming pool and kids will love the Beechwood Express train ride as well as the playground. There’s also Wi-Fi, showers and a game room. There’s truly plenty to do at this resort.

Another option to call home with your Wilmington camper rental is Cowan Lake State Park, right in Wilmington. Talk a walk on one of the short trails accessed from the campsite or take a refreshing dip at their small swimming beach during the summer. The camping experience here is a little more primitive with only electric hookups and a dump station on-site. There are shower houses and laundry facilities for your convenience, too.

Olive Branch Campground is located not too far away in Oregonian, Ohio and could be your home away from home in your Wilmington luxury RV rental. The sites here are full hookup and dotted among the campground’s 25 wooded acres. Use the Wi-Fi or the pool or even practice your fishing skills in their catch and release pond. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring and guests have access to laundry, restroom, and shower facilities.

Exploring the City

If you’re looking for a bit of culture when you have a travel trailer rental rental in Wilmington, you might want to check out The Murphy Theater. They have theatrical presentations and concerts and it’s a 100-year-old theater that has been revitalized and maintains its original glory. You can also visit the Clinton County Historical Society in Wilmington. The museum is housed in the Rombach Place, a historic house, and invites you to tour the many historical exhibits and displays. There is a research library and many artifacts to view as well.

Shoppes at the Old Mill offers a variety of browsing fun. You can get new and antique items, stock up on candles and oils, pick out some textiles, and it’s an easy walk. When you need a break from shopping, head to the J.W. Denver Williams Memorial Park. The kids will love the playground and sports facilities. There’s a fishing pond and concession stand for lunch. Depending on the timing of your visit, enjoy an event here like the City of Wilmington Fourth of July Celebration, the Banana Split Festival, and Relay for Life.

If you’re looking for a central Midwest location with nature and major cities at your doorstep, then a Wilmington, Ohio RV rental is definitely for you.

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