The locals call this Youngstown campground “CRP” and go there often during the warm months for a good time by the lake. Although the park is not far from the interstate, it’s surrounded by 55 acres of woods. Camping guests have access to every amenity in the park including the basketball net and horseshoe pit.
Your kids will spend plenty of time on the playground at this Youngstown, Ohio, campground. Meanwhile, the rest of your family can fish or ride paddleboats on the lake. Perhaps you’d prefer to rent a kayak for your journey around this 5-acre body of water.
“Owners are very friendly. Facility is very well maintained. Campground is quiet and has a good layout. Very convenient location off of I-80 just inside eastern border of Ohio. Nice pavilions and barn that can be used for entertaining.” – Mirada, Good Sam Review
This Youngstown KOA sits on 82 acres near Lake Milton and accommodates RVs of all sizes; the campsites measure 125 feet in length. With an onsite store that keeps ice in the freezer and supplies on the shelf, this campground has everything you need. Just kick back and relax while your kids play and your dog runs in the Happy Tail Dog Park.
Fun activities are almost never-ending at this classic KOA park. In addition to the crystal-clear swimming lake and water slide, the campground has basketball, sand volleyball and even gaga ball courts. You can rent a canoe or kayak and spend your day on the water; on land, you can go for a bike ride or rent a pedal kart.
“This park is immaculate, grounds are well kept, bathrooms are spotless and the campers here are so friendly. They usually have activities every weekend & the Halloween weekends are soooooo much fun…” – Gary, Trip Advisor Review
A rental trailer at this Youngstown-area campground can sleep four people comfortably and has the necessary kitchen appliances. If you have your own camper, however, you can simply reserve a site. You can choose between an open space or a shaded spot in a wooded area.
The 5-acre lake at Chaparral Family Campground is spring-fed and great for swimming. Walking trails are another big attraction at this park in Salem just southwest of Youngstown. Since you can buy ice and firewood right on the grounds, you won’t have to go into town for anything.
“This place is a family campground – the word family is key because my kids love this place. They keep the kids busy from morning until night! The kids come home exhausted, sit at the fire for a bit and head off to bed…” – Dave, Facebook Review
This 2,483-acre state park is covered with mature trees and marshes in addition to a very large lake. The campground’s paved sites and wide roads are big enough for a full-size motorhome. Once you get your RV parked, you’ll be within walking or biking distance of the marina where you can rent watercraft.
In the summertime, you can enjoy free music in the park while you breathe the fresh air and take in the beautiful scenery. You’ll stay busy during your visit to Mosquito Lake State Park. You can rent sports equipment at the office and then participate in a game of basketball, horseshoes, volleyball or disc golf.
“This park has a very nice campground with ample spots. The little camp store has a variety of things in it and service was friendly… Overall, it was a nice camping experience, and it had more amenities than usual for a state park (archery range, beach, marina, playground, butterfly garden, lots of events)…” – Leah, Trip Advisor Review
Beaver Creek runs through the privately owned property of this RV park near Youngstown; it provides an incredible riverfront atmosphere. Whether you have a grassy, gravel or concrete pad, you’ll have plenty of room for slide-outs. The campground advertises that you’ll have no one camping in front of or behind you.
If you want to camp at this RV resort for a discounted price, then “like” the page on Facebook; you’ll receive information about various promotions and specials. RV groups can take advantage of perks like free pavilion or clubhouse usage. When you book a campsite for two consecutive weekends, you can leave your camper parked in the spot all week for no charge.
“Lock 30 Woodlands is a picturesque & relaxing campground…surrounded by beautiful, green, rolling hills and perfect for family exploring. The grounds, the pool, and the game room/activity area are all very well taken care of and clean. The staff was friendly and accommodating…We will definitely return!” – Doug, Yelp Review
Just a couple of miles off Interstate 80 is this little RV park with friendly owners and renovated buildings. The owners have been updating the grounds. In the lovely camp office, you can get a cup of coffee and some reading material.
Hubbard’s Haven Campground can be your long-term RV park near Youngstown, Ohio, if you need one. It is also a very convenient overnight stop for travelers who are just passing through town. Regardless of the length of your stay, you can use the game room, basketball court and other amenities.
“Nice little campgrounds with good RV spots and rustic camping sites. Ownership was very nice and went out of their way to make sure we had everything we needed. Bathrooms are dated (as most campground bathrooms are) but well maintained and cleaned.” – Justin, Google Review
All 100 acres of this campground near Youngstown, Ohio are wooded and pristine. Only a fishing lake, shaded campsites, and a few park amenities interrupt the forested landscape. If you want to swim in the pool, you’ll have to go indoors; the basketball court is outside near the campers.
The scheduled activities that take place on the weekends at this campground have been planned by both the owners and guests. They include holiday celebrations like Fourth of July fireworks and Halloween hayrides. During the week, you’ll be entertained by the walking trails and bike paths.
“A real nice place full of friendly people always willing to lend a neighbor a hand. Great place for children to spend the summer swimming, fishing, and playing without [a] worry. A place we called home for many summers.” – Traci, Facebook Review
The Mahoning River leads to Berlin Lake, and this RV park rests on the shore among the maple and beech trees. Its many campsites give you the opportunity to spend time at this northeastern Ohio retreat. Although guests often appreciate Mill Creek Campground’s primitive accommodations, they can also opt for a standard site with electricity.
The sites at this RV campground near Youngstown, Ohio, vary greatly in length with some measuring as much as 80 feet. You can set up camp on a big patch of grass in the direct sunlight or settle down closer to the trees. Enjoy the lake in your boat and pull in plenty of walleye and bass.
“Mill creek campground is by far the nicest campground in the state of Ohio. We have plenty of room around our coach…great areas to kayak in. It’s great for kids and grandkids. Nice beach for people to swim…The restrooms are clean, and the showers are nice.” – Cindy, Facebook Review
Newton Falls is slightly west of Youngstown and has a terrific campground close to the Ohio Turnpike. Ridge Ranch Campground offers a little bit of everything to its guests including a lake with a beach. Even your dog can go for a swim as long as he or she stays in the pet area.
The motto at this Good Sam RV park near Youngstown, Ohio, is “Relax, You’re With Friends.” From the moment you enter this 76-acre resort until the time you leave, you’ll have fun. The mini golf course and game room will keep you busy when you’re not on the basketball court.
“Loved it here; it is a very friendly place…bathrooms n showers very clean…stayed 3 weeks-no issues. Fun activities on the weekends during the day for kids and at night for adults. I will be back for many more nights.” – Patrick, Facebook Review
A gated campground makes you feel safe, and this one in Ravenna remains locked through the night. The entrance is monitored during the daylight hours so that only authorized guests can enter the facility. With your mind at ease, you can fully relax by the heated pool or paddle your boat on the peaceful lake.
This beautiful campground has plenty of toys for everyone; even the dog park is equipped with fun activities. The children can jump on the inflatable pillow or play in the splash pad. Older kids can join the adults in riding the pedal go-karts or playing some billiards in the game room.
“Very clean quiet campground. We stayed one night while passing through the area. Nice sites. Lots of permanent campers set up. Lots of things to do. Clean bathrooms and showers but the water does smell. Not their fault just how it is.” – Kristi, Yelp Review
Don’t let another summer go by without touring northeastern Ohio and its friendly farming communities. The attractions in and around Youngstown can be easily accessed from the nearby campgrounds. If you haven’t yet purchased your RV, don’t hesitate to visit your nearest dealership.
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