Located in Millersburg, Ohio, Berlin is Amish Country’s newest campground! Built in 2011, this park offers some of the coolest amenities, including free Wi-Fi, an herb garden where guests can pick their own fresh herbs, and a brand spanking-new pavilion to enjoy your own activities.
Since Berlin RV Park & Campground is such a new facility, it instantly has a fresh feel to it by default. This Ohio campground is also just two miles away from downtown Berlin! Your family can enjoy tons of relaxing things to do in the park, like hanging out at the observation benches throughout the trails or watching horse and buggies passing by while sitting around your campfire. When you’ve finally had your fill of new things to see in the park, you can make your way into the Amish Country and enjoy some of their attractions, or explore historic downtown Millersburg.
“We have stayed here 3 times! We even spent our 25th wedding anniversary there! We grilled steak and lobster tails and enjoyed a nice quiet getaway from the world.” – Anita, Testimonial
This Ohio camping site is one of the premier spots in the entire state! It’s located in Delaware, just 20 minutes north of Columbus. If you’d like to rent an RV, you can pick one up right in the area! Cross Creek is highly rated by many RV and camping focused authorities and is a two-time ARVC tiol Park Winner. It offers some of the most beautiful surroundings, lots of activities, and even themed weekends your entire family is sure to enjoy!
Cross Creek is an award-winning, family-oriented park. What more could you possibly ask for? Some of the awesome amenities include frisbee golf, tennis, bike rentals, and pedal carts. It’s a stone’s throw away from the Columbus Zoo, Ohio State University, and 10 minutes away from over 120 restaurants.Cross Creek is an award-winning, family-oriented park. What more could you possibly ask for? Some of the awesome amenities include frisbee golf, tennis, bike rentals, and pedal carts. It’s a stone’s throw away from the Columbus Zoo, Ohio State University, and 10 minutes away from over 120 restaurants.
“I have been camping for 45 years. This is the best-maintained campground I have ever stayed in. Very clean with plenty of stuff to do. The staff was exceptiol to me. I will be back.” – George, Google Review,
Evergreen also made our top ten city list for Akron, Ohio, and it grabbed a spot on this list too, for good reason. This incredibly luxurious park is also in the heart of Ohio’s largest Amish community. Its location is perfect for those who want to explore the historic area and indulge themselves in “the best home-style Amish cooking restaurants anywhere.” Whether you stay for a weekend or a month, Evergreen takes pride in treating their guests like family.
There are two kinds of RVers. Those who love RVing and those who love RVing in style. Evergreen Is definitely for the latter. With all its luxurious amenities, like heated shower floors, waterfall hot tubs, and exercise room, RVers can feel like they’re both outdoorsy campers and one percenters.
“Enjoyed our stay this [is] by far one one the nicest cabins and campgrounds we have stayed at.” – Teresa, Google Review
Lazy River is situated in the beautiful Welsh Hills area. It consistently ranks among the top 100 parks in the country. The park is packed with exciting activities for guests of all ages, like a splash pad, basketball court, and zip lining.
This may be one of the best RV trips you can take in Ohio. With all of the high-end amenities, this park has to offer, it’s impossible to be bored, even for one minute! Lazy River has a two-story Challenge Course that tests your skill (and fear of heights), a game room, and a large recreation hall. If you forget to bring a few essentials, don’t sweat it, just stock up at their full camp and grocery store!
“This is our first time camping here! We were only staying one night, but loved it so much we paid for a second night! We will definitely be camping here a lot from now on!” – Tina, Google Review
Wood’s is a 157-acre park located in New Philadelphia; the Tuscarawas County. Their main attraction is their seven-acre lake, where guests can go swimming and fishing! They offer cabins and cottages on top of their gorgeous RV and camping spaces.
As mentioned, their main hotspot is their massive lake, with just about everything fun you can think of. Besides swimming and fishing, Wood’s has paddle boating, canoeing, electric boating, and you can even relax on the beach while the kids bury their faces in food and ice cream at Woody’s Grille concession stand (or vice versa).
“It’s really fun and entertaining and has lots of stuff to do, including swimming, zip lining, and putt-putt. Also much more things for children!” – Mckenzie, Google Review
This is the third park on the list that’s located in Amish Country (right in Louisville). I think we’re starting to see a trend. It’s also a park that’s made our list as one of the top ten RV parks in the Akron area! And why wouldn’t it? Cutty’s is a fantastic park that offers everything but the kitchen sink (actually, it offers that too). Rock out to some live music on the weekends, or show off what you’ve got in the “Cutty’s Got Talent Show.”
Cutty’s is only 20 minutes from the world-famous Pro Football Hall of Fame. Cutty’s also provides separate activities for kids, teens, and adults, which is a nice touch for families of all ages. One of my personal favorite features is that Cutty’s has an in-house RV repair shop.
“Very nice staff very clean!!! We will be getting season passes soon!!!!” – Andrea, Google Review
Olive Branch sits in Oregonia, Ohio, 30 miles northeast of Cincinnati. Olive Branch is family owned and operated, and provides easy access to many of the area’s attractions, like King’s Island.
Their goal is to provide a “clean, safe, and family friendly environment” where guests can relax. Olive Branch is also very conveniently located. It’s easy and stress-free for your family to spend the day checking out what Ohio has to offer, like the Little Miami Scenic Bike Trail, Fort Ancient, La Comedia Dinner Theatre, and Coney Island; then get to come back and relax at the home-like park filled with amenities.
“Best place to camp. The owners care about the place, the pond is very nice to walk around or fish. The swimming pool looks nice. A playground for the kids to play. All I can say is, camp here you will enjoy it.” – Desmond, Google Review
Buckeye KOA, of course, is in Buckeye Lake Ohio. It’s a 40 acre, park-setting campground, with plenty of trees and open space. It’s also only 1.5 miles from Interstate 70, making it very easy to get to some of the best RV dealerships in Ohio if you’re a local camper.
This is an award-winning site with quite some unique amenities, like giant checkers, giant chess, and a gem mine. Everyone in your tribe will fall in love with this beautiful family campground sitting right by The Wilds, Ohio’s 10,000-acre preserve for endangered animals from all around the world. You’ll be sure to make memories that will last a lifetime.
“Got a premium site for our big rig — it was spacious, clean, and pretty. Staff was helpful and friendly. We didn’t bring the kids but they would have loved it, lots of kid areas to play. Yes, it is pricey, but worth it for us.” – Betty, Google Review
Camper Village is in Sandusky, Ohio. As the name implies, once you take a couple of steps outside of your RV, you’ll be at the world-famous Cedar Point amusement park! This is an absolute must for families who want to take their getaways to the next level and really experience some of the best Ohio has to offer.
It’s in Cedar Point! This has to be not only one of the best RV parks in Ohio but arguably the entire country. Where else can you hear the gut-busting screams of thousands of gleeful people from the campfire at your RV, and not have to call the cops? Forget telling ghost stories, just listen to the sound of all the newbie tourists hopping on some of the most exciting roller coasters in the world. The newest one, Valravn, just opened up in May, as the tallest, fastest, and longest dive coaster on the planet!
“This was our first time to stay at Cedar Park. We’d definitely be back when we come back this way.” – Anonymous, Tripadvisor
Another park in the KOA franchise, Wapakoneta is located right where the name implies. It offers an enclosed pavilion and handicapped-friendly amenities which some families may find extremely useful. If you make it between Memorial Day and Labor Day, you can even take part in a super soaker hayride!
The entire family can participate in Tie Dye Time (a tie dye shirts event), play horseshoes, shuffleboard, and relax or play in the heated pool. The park is also close to the Dayton Air force Museum and Neil Armstrong Museum. If you really want to keep making memories like the ones you’re guaranteed to make here, check out how you can rent an RV for your next trip. Or rent out the RV you’re not using and help a family have a memorable adventure around Ohio too.
“Great place. Very friendly staff. Everything was clean and well kept. Activities for the kids were great! Would highly recommend for people with families. It was quiet and peaceful as well.” – Joni, Google Review
Well there you have it; the best of the best RV parks that Ohio has to offer. We’ve seen everything from the Amish Community all the way to one of the most famous amusement parks in the world grace the list. Even with all the information covered in this article, it’s only the tip of the iceberg. The Buckeye State is full of adventures waiting to be taken, and you can choose any one of these wonderful RV parks here in Ohio as a home base to begin your expedition!
The top 10 campgrounds we selected all show daily, weekly and monthly rates for you. Pricing will vary.
Pricing will vary. The top 10 RV Parks we selected all display daily, weekly and monthly rates for you.
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Yes. The majority of campgrounds we selected in this blog allow pets.