Camping Areas Near Marietta, Ohio

Camping Areas Near Marietta, Ohio
Marietta is positioned along the border between Ohio and West Virginia, on the shores of the Ohio River. Vacationers traveling to Marietta will find camping areas spread around the borders of the city, providing access to outdoor activities such as fishing, boating, hiking and mountain biking. The campsites in the area offer accommodations for tent and recreational vehicle campers alike with both service hook-up and primitive sites.

Landing's Family Campground

In the southeast corner of Marietta, right on the banks of the river, is the Landing's Family Campground. The facility is open from April until the end of October and has 221 available campsites. Nearby, in Marietta, campers have access to Marietta Harbor boat launches as well as Forest City Lake only nine miles away. Hiking and cycling enthusiasts can take advantage of River Trail and Lamping Trail in nearby Washington and Monroe counties.



Landing's Family Campground

120 Sterling Road

Marietta, OH 45750

740-373-6180

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Marietta RV Park

Marietta RV Park is situated between Indian Acres Park and Sacra Via Park on the western edge of Marietta. A small facility with 17 RV sites available, this RV park provides access to water and electrical hook-ups, a dump station, a laundry facility and hot showers. Campers can utilize on-site boat launches into the Ohio River where they can canoe, kayak, swim or spend the day fishing for largemouth bass, crappie, catfish and sauger. Marietta RV Park is open year-round.



Marietta RV Park

819 Front Street

Marietta, OH 45750

740-374-8584

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Wolf Run State Park

Less than 30 miles north of Marietta lies Wolf Run State Park, along the banks of Wolf Run Lake. There are 71 sites with electrical hook-ups for RV campers and 67 primitive campsites; all campers have access to shower and laundry facilities. A boat launch is located on the south side of the lake where visitors can access the lake with canoes, kayaks or motor boats with 10 horsepower or less. Anglers can catch various species of bass as well as bluegill, trout, catfish and crappie. Hikers can venture out onto nearby Buckeye Trail or Lakeview Trail.



Wolf Run State Park

16170 Wolf Run Road

Caldwell, OH 43724

740-732-5035

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Article Written By Jacob Hendriks

Jacob Hendriks' work has appeared in "The Western Front," "The Planet Magazine" and Trails.com. He graduated from Western Washington University with a major in international business management and a minor in Community Health. Hendriks' passion for sports nutrition and fitness, combined with experience as a personal trainer, has led him to pursue health-oriented journalism.

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