Hueston Woods State Park RV & Campground Guide


Hueston Woods State Park covers 3,000 acres along the southwestern border of Ohio where it meets Indiana. The park includes Acton Lake, a 592-acre man-made lake that offers some of the state's best fishing opportunities. A dense, 200-acre, old-growth forest of mature beech and sugar maple is designated a National Natural Landmark by the National Park Service. Several small communities, including College Corner, Oxford and Israel Township, surround the park. Camden, 10 miles to the east, is the largest community in the area.

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Spring 29-75 F
Summer 58-85 F
Fall 32-75 F
Winter 22-47 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Hueston Woods State Park

Hueston Woods State Park is an attractive spot for RV campers thanks to its vast array of adventure opportunities. The most comfortable camping method is with an RV. If you don't own an RV, try renting one from RVshare.

Hueston Woods State Park Campground

Hueston Woods State Park Campground offers 255 RV campsites with access to electricity. Twenty of those sites provide full hookups. If you're camping in the park and don't have full access, fresh drinking water is available at conveniently placed water stations. Warm shower stalls are available, and restrooms with flush toilets are a viable alternative to sewer hookups. The RV camping area is on the west side of the lake. A boat launch site and 1,500-foot sandy beach offer plenty of access to the water. A game room, indoor swimming pool, outdoor swimming pool, tennis court and golf course are some of the other amenities Hueston Woods State Park offers.

  • Water Hookup: Yes, for 20 sites

  • Electric Hookup: 30/50 amp

  • Sewer Hookup: Yes, for 20 sites

  • Wi-Fi Available: Yes

  • Pet Friendly: Yes

  • Fee: $25 per night

Hannon’s Camp America

Hannon’s Camp America sits 1 mile west of Hueston Woods State Park Campground, just outside of College Corner, OH. The park offers 28 RV campsites with electric hookups. The campsites are spacious and covered with grass, and most sites are shaded. Hannon’s Camp America even provides a dump station near the entrance. Hiking trails, a regulation-sized football field, two playgrounds, restrooms with flush toilets, a shower house and a camp store are included in the amenities visitors find at this campground.

  • Water Hookup: No

  • Electric Hookup: 15/20/30 amp

  • Sewer Hookup: No

  • Wi-Fi Available: No

  • Pet Friendly: Yes

  • Fee: $35 per night

Whitewater Memorial State Park

Fifteen miles west of Hueston Woods State Park and across the Ohio/Indiana border lies Whitewater Memorial State Park. Whitewater offers 236 RV campsites with electricity. The campground does not provide any water or sewer hookups for RVs; however, it has restrooms with flush toilets and warm showers, as well as a dump station. A camp store offers firewood, snacks and a boat rental concession. Visitors have direct access to the 200-acre Whitewater Lake via a boat launch. Some of the favorite activities at Whitewater Memorial State Park are swimming, fishing, hunting, hiking, picnicking and horseback riding.

  • Water Hookup: No

  • Electric Hookup: 30 amp

  • Sewer Hookup: No

  • Wi-Fi Available: No

  • Pet Friendly: Yes

  • Fee: $23 per night

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What to Do at
Hueston Woods State Park

Inside Hueston Woods State Park

Hueston Woods State Park provides an incredible number of activities within its grounds. There are 10 miles of hiking trails, most of which wander through the 200-acre old-growth forest and around the lake. A 1,500-foot beach provides a beautiful swimming area during the summer, and an indoor swimming pool at the lodge offers an opportunity for visitors to swim during the winter months. Angling in the lake is excellent, with ample supplies of largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie, catfish, saugeye, bullhead and carp. A boat launch is provided, but boaters must obey the 10-mph speed limit while on the lake. Visitors without boats can rent one at the local concession. Nature programs provide a valuable educational experience for adults and children alike. During the winter, many cross-country skiers visit the park. 

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How to Get to
Hueston Woods State Park

Everyone approaches Hueston Woods State Park through Israel Township, OH. To get to the park from Israel Township, travel southwest on Sycamore Grove Road until you reach the Main Loop Road. Turn left on Main Route Road an continue for 1 mile, then turn right onto Cabin Beach Road. After 500 feet, turn slightly left onto Cabin Road and follow signs to the park.

To approach Israel Township from the west, travel through College Corner on County Line Road toward Eaton Street. Take Eaton Street, which merges onto Camden College Corner Road. Travel the 6 miles to Israel Township. To approach Israel Township from the south, travel through Oxford, OH. The trip is only 7 miles, and the entire route is along Ohio Highway 732 North (OH-732 N), which takes you directly into Israel Township. Getting to Israel Township from the east is just as easy. Visitors from the east travel through Camden, taking Ohio Highway 725 West (OH-725 W) for 7 miles and turning left to follow OH-732 S for another 2 miles into Israel Township from Camden.

Entering Hueston Woods State Park

The park is open from dawn till dusk, and there are no entry fees.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Hueston Woods State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Hueston Woods State Park?

May and June are the best months to visit the park. The weather is warm during the day and chilly at night, and the park is not crowded. July is very nice as well, but the park tends to become more crowded.

What is the climate of Hueston Woods State Park?

While summer at Hueston Woods State Park is very mild and pleasant, late fall, winter, and early spring bring freezing temperatures and heavy snowfall, at times.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Hueston Woods State Park?

Hueston Woods State Park hosts a multitude of wildlife. Visitors will find whitetail deer, foxes, and bears in the forests and a wide variety of fish in Acton Lake.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Hueston Woods State Park?

There are over 200 camping spots in Hueston Woods State Park, but only the 20 designated RV camping spots within the park feature full hookups.

Do you have to reserve a camping spot at Hueston Woods State Park and what is the cost?

It's not necessary for you to reserve a spot, but you will want to make a reservation to ensure you get a spot. The cost per night is around $25, but this varies slightly depending on the time of year.