While there are no campgrounds in Norwalk, several are available close by. Fitchville, 16 miles to the southeast, has a large RV park with a 4-star rating (out of 5) on both facilities and recreation, according to "Woodall's North American Campground Directory." Other campgrounds can be found in Bellevue, Milan and Huron, all less than 10 miles away.
Summertime is the best season for camping in Norwalk, with warmer temperatures that typically stay in the 70s and 80s. Rainfall is common year round, and outdoor enthusiasts should bring rain gear and appropriate footwear.
Head to the Open Air Market at Saint Paul Episcopal for the fresh produce that's locally grown. Complementing the blueberries and tomatoes are fresh breads and fair trade products. Artisans from around the area join the farmers market, which takes place Saturday mornings in the summer.
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Based in Oregon, Sarah Shelton has worked as a freelance writer since 2008. She enjoys covering travel, home and garden, and automotive topics. Her articles have appeared nationwide with Internet Broadcasting, Adventure Travel and Real Estate Experts. With a major in biology, Shelton received her Bachelor of Science from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado.