Best Campgrounds in Ohio

This list represents the most popular campgrounds in Ohio. Use this list to plan your next Ohio campgrounds trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

This checkmark-shaped park is Greene County’s premier open space in many ways. It’s the ...
The Great Miami River bisects this park from north to south and is popular with paddlers. ...
Sally Buffalo? The unusual name of this park traces its roots to a former landowner and ...
There’s a lot to see at Twin Creek MetroPark. Some of it, though, requires a knowing eye. ...
Englewood MetroPark gets a lot of visitors, but then it’s got a lot to offer. It’s divided ...
One of Ohio’s largest state parks and just 25 miles from Cincinnati, East Fork gets a ...
This park occupies land that once was a stone quarry. When operations ceased, the roughly ...
There’s probably no fish that tastes better than the walleye, and there are few inland ...
Charles Mill Lake, built in 1935, takes in 1,350 acres and offers 34 miles of shoreline. ...
The Zaleski is the second largest state forest in the Ohio system at almost 27,000 acres. ...
Fernwood is a forest built with sportsmen in mind. It’s not big, at just a hair over 3,000 ...
Tar Hollow State Forest’s 16,000 acres are the result of a failed experiment. In the 1930s ...
This is the place to come for a remote, outback experience. Shawnee State Forest, named ...
This 1,345-acre forest in Harrison County is a relatively new one, by public standards. ...
If a park can be small but wild, this one is. Piatt Park encompasses 119 acres. But it’s ...
Barkcamp is sure to appeal to horse lovers. It’s not only got an equestrian campground, ...
Located primarily in Belmont County, Piedmont Lake encompasses nearly 2,300 acres, with ...
This is an out-of-the-way campground located near Burr Oak State Park. In fact, the 1-mile-long ...
This is known as a research forest because that’s what goes on here: research into forests, ...
This long, narrow, C-shaped lake, impounded in 1938, is a little bit of wilderness. That’s ...
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