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Alum Creek State Park, OH

461 RV rentals

Searching for boating paradise and a family-friendly camping spot in central Ohio? Look no further than Alum Creek State Park. Located 20 minutes southeast of the city of Delaware, this 4,630-acre park sits next to the southwestern corner of Alum Creek Lake. The lake covers more than 3,300 acres and is a hugely popular destination for water skiing, fishing, and swimming.

Throw in a disc golf course, hiking trails, and a 300-plus-site campground, and it soon becomes obvious that Alum Creek State Park has a whole lot to offer for your next RV camping vacation.

AW Marion State Park, OH

443 RV rentals

AW Marion State Park lies in central Ohio, close to the towns and cities of Circleville, Lancaster, and Columbus. The state park covers an area of 309 acres, straddling along the western shores of Hargus Lake. Being so close to the Ohio capital, AW Marion State Park acts as the perfect park getaway for many of the cities population. This small yet unique park offers its visitors a chance to escape city life and enjoy the bounty of lakeside recreation. Whether it’s fishing at the lake’s edge, boating out on the water, or exploring the many trails, AW Marion State Park has something for all.

All of this makes AW Marion State Park the ideal place to …

Barkcamp State Park, OH

294 RV rentals

Hidden around 12 miles from Barnesville, and less than nine miles from Warnock is where you will find the 1005 acre Barkcamp State Park in Belmont County, Ohio. It sits under 10 miles from Egypt Valley Wildlife Area and is centered on Belmont Lake, a 117-acre water mass that has increased in size over the years. Smack in the middle of a mining village in Belmont, Ohio, Barkcamp state park is surrounded by valleys and rolling sandstone hills and is an ideal place to set up your rental RV.

The park sits where Barkcamp Creek once ran through, a spectacular location that makes for an exhilarating getaway camping at Barkcamp State Park. While in this breathtaking neighborhood, search for …

Beaver Creek State Park, OH

247 RV rentals

Planning a motorhome camping trip? Then consider Beaver Creek State Park in Ohio, one of the state’s most scenic parks nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Not too far from the cities of East Liverpool and Lisbon. These cities would make great day destinations while you are on your rental RV vacation to Beaver Creek State Park. With different habitats like bottomlands, a gorge, forests, and the Little Beaver Creek, there are quite a few interesting outdoor recreational activities to enjoy in the park that covers about 2,700 acres of land.

With a history that goes back some 10,000 years, the area was believed to have been inhabited by the Fluted Point Culture, and in later …

Blue Rock State Park, OH

347 RV rentals

Near the center of Ohio lies Muskingum County, which is a great place to go camping with an RV. When you book an RV in Muskingum County, you’ll have easy access to Blue Rock State Park and all that it has to offer. This state park was made official in 1949 after the official formation of the Division of Parks and Recreation in Ohio. The park rests on bedrock that was formed millions of years ago under a shallow inland sea. This sea formed limestone, shale, and sandstone layers, and the blue-colored shale found in the Blue Rock State Park region is where its name is derived from.

Thanks to the regions poor soils and rough terrain it maintained …

Burr Oak State Park, OH

313 RV rentals

The foothills of the Appalachian Mountains make for a stunning location for an RV rental vacation, and Burr Oak State Park is your ticket to a fun motorhome camping trip! Located in the southeastern part of Ohio, the park covers a whopping 2593-acres of densely forested land and valley farms. Centered around Burr Oak Lake that also forms one of the main attractions of the park, visitors have plenty of outdoor recreation to look forward to. From fishing and boating in Burr Oak Lake to hiking the many rugged trails and wildlife and nature viewing, campers have a great deal to look forward to when camping at Burr Oak State Park. 

Situated in the village of Glouster, the state …

Coopers Rock State Forest, WV

101 RV rentals

As the story goes, a fugitive from the law hid in this part of West Virginia among the rock outcrops in the late 1800s. Before he went on the lam, he was a cooper, which is a barrel maker. To create a source of income so that he could purchase food and other supplies, he resumed making barrels and sold them to nearby communities. And that is the apparent origin of the park’s name, Coopers Rock State Forest.

Although it was officially established in the 1920s, due to a lack of funds, the state of West Virginia did little to develop it. In the 1930s, as a part of President Roosevelt’s New Deal program, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) descended …

Cuyahoga Valley National Park, OH

283 RV rentals

Cuyahoga Valley National Park, which is Ohio's only national park, is 33,000 acres in size. Nestled in between the bustling cities of Akron and Cleveland, this is one of the smallest and newest national parks in the United States. Located in northeastern Ohio, this park was initially designated as a Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area in 1974, and later on as a national park in 2000.

Cuyahoga Valley National Park's landscape is dotted with forests, rock formations, cliffs, and rolling hills. This national park gets its name from the 22-mile stretch of Cuyahoga River that weaves through the park. Cuyahoga Valley National Park provides varied outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, themed train rides, historical site visits, and wildlife …

Delaware State Park, OH

483 RV rentals

Does your RV camping trip take you to the upper Midwest? If so, you might want to check out Delaware State Park in Delaware, Ohio. This forested park is located just 45 minutes north of Columbus, an hour southwest of Mansfield, only 20 minutes south of Marion, and is a nearly 1,700-acre hub for campers and outdoor enthusiasts.

Through westward expansion, European colonizers discovered the shores of Lake Erie and decided it would be a good place to build a settlement. In order to protect their families during the war between the Delaware tribe and the British colonizers, the settlers constructed a fortress around the town. After they took the land for their own, they built up …

Dillon State Park, OH

387 RV rentals

A visit to Dillon State Park will give you a beautiful glimpse into rural Ohio at its best. The park is located near Zanesville Dresden, and Cambridge, and offers plenty of rolling hills and opportunities to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors, filled with wooded hills and scenic valleys. With such picturesque surroundings, it is not surprising that hundreds of people search for an RV in Muskingum County every year.

Whether you enjoy boating around the quiet side of the lake or getting the adrenaline pumping on the bike trails, there is something for everyone to enjoy. The rich and fertile area also gives visitors the chance to see some of the local wildlife, including white-tailed deer …

East Harbor State Park, OH

575 RV rentals

East Harbor State Park is a 1,831-acre park located along the shore of Lake Erie. From its beautiful beaches, sand dunes, and wetlands, the park attracts visitors from all around the country. Here, you'll find well-equipped RV camping sites, incredible scenery, and fun activities for the whole family. The park has been one of northern Ohio's most popular attractions for several years and is worth a stay.

The area that's now East Harbor State Park was once the home of Native American tribes, namely the Ottawa, until the War of 1812. Settlers who later occupied the area cultivated an abundance of grapes and peaches, thanks to the region's fertile soil and climate. The terrain is an effect of the glaciers …

Findley State Park, OH

444 RV rentals

Once upon a time, Findley State Park was a state forest. Today, however, this beautiful Ohio state park is a popular camping spot and outdoor recreational hub.

Located in Wellington, less than an hour southwest of downtown Cleveland, this 838-acre park offers a little something for everyone. Visitors can enjoy fishing, boating, and swimming on a 93-acre lake, not to mention tackle more than 16 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails.

And with plenty of space for RVs in its large campground, Findley State Park is perfect for a family camping vacation.

First Ladies National Historic Site, OH

383 RV rentals

Situated in Canton, OH, the First Ladies National Historic Site is the only Repository of scholarly information about the First Ladies of the United States. The site was established in 2000 and comprises of two buildings; the Education & Research Center and Ida Saxton McKinley’s family home. Planning on visiting the First Ladies National Historic Site during your next vacation? Rent an RV in Stark County and explore the city of Canton in your home away from home.

The Education and Research Center is an interesting place to visit. There is a research library, an exhibit space, and a stunning 91 seat theatre where films about the first ladies are shown. Some of the nearby attractions include the Pro …

Forked Run State Park, OH

221 RV rentals

Forked Run State Park is located in southeast Ohio near the Ohio - West Virginia border. Lying on the banks of the Ohio River, Forked Run State Park sits between the towns and cities of Athens, OH, Ravenswood, WV, and Parkersburg, WV. Tucked away on this borderland region of southern Ohio, Forked Run State Park stands on some of the oldest landscapes in all of the state.

Untouched by the glacial shifts that once covered much of Ohio, the region is full of rich woodlands and forests full of oak, hickory, and maple. This, combined with its closeness to the Ohio River and state park lake, makes Forked Run State Park the ideal place to take an …

Fort Necessity National Battlefield, PA

98 RV rentals

Fort Necessity National Battlefield marks the site of an important battle that took place in 1754, one that sparked the French and Indian War. Book an RV rental in Farmington, Pennsylvania, and tour this magnificent historical site.

Today the fort serves as a memorial to the area's history; the site was declared a National Battlefield in 1931. Archeologists began the difficult task of reconstructing the fort. Its shape and structure were clarified around 1952, resulting in the structures that exist in the historic landmark today. Follow the walking path to Great Meadow to view the fort, or traverse the rustic hiking trails weaving through the property. The visitor center features videos and exhibits focusing on the French and Indian War …

Friendship Hill National Historic Site, PA

99 RV rentals

Friendship Hill National Historic Site is in Greensboro, Pennsylvania. It preserves the estate owned by Albert Gallatin, an influential politician and presidential advisor to Thomas Jefferson and James Madison; the national historic site at Friendship Hill is a memorial to Gallatin and a remembrance of the influence he had and his achievements in politics.

Book an RV rental in Greensboro, and you can tour the Gallatin house, adorned in period furnishings, and browse exhibits highlighting the politician's past. Head out to traverse the trails weaving through the property and catch views of the Monongahela River along the way.

Geneva State Park, OH

306 RV rentals

In northeastern Ohio, on the shores of Lake Erie, you’ll be near the heartland of the Ohioan wine country. Twenty minutes from Ashtabula, an hour from Cleveland, and an hour-twenty from Akron rests the lovely 698-acre Geneva State Park.

The Erie tribes inhabited this area up until the 1650s when the French settlers came through and started taking over the area. Over the next 100 years, the settlers established a trade route and used Lake Erie for shipping goods across the country. Throughout the 1960s and ‘70s, the state started buying up the land and developing it into the state park we know today.

At Geneva State Park, visitors can play basketball, hike, bike, swim, boat, fish, or …