Best Ohio State Parks Camping

Hocking Hills State Park

You can find almost anything you want at Hocking Hills State Park near Logan, Ohio. The natural splendor of the park is unmatched and includes rocks, waterfalls.

Geneva State Park

Geneva State Park is located on the shores of Lake Erie. This 698-acre state park has six miles of trails to explore and enjoy. View of Lake Erie along the shoreline.

Mohican State Park

More than 1,000 acres of spectacular habitat and geology await you at Mohican State Park. Centrally located park near US Bear Loudonville and Lake Pleasant Hill.

Alum Creek State Park

For boating and other water activities, Alum Creek State Park is a favorite destination near Delaware, Ohio. Bring all kinds of watercraft to enjoy Alum Creek Reservoir.

Delaware State Park

Imagine having 1,686 acres of accessible wilderness along a 1,300-acre lake waiting for your arrival. You'll find it at Delaware State Park. You can row a boat.

Salt Fork State Park

Bigger is sometimes better. Salt Fork State Park is the largest geologic park in the Ohio State Park System. Surrounded by over 17,000 acres and a 3,000-acre lake.

Kelleys Island State Park

The major geological features of Kelleys Island State Park were formed millions of years ago when glaciers formed the bedrock of the area. shore of lake erie.

John Bryan State Park

A trip to Ohio wouldn't be complete without a visit to Limestone Gorge in John Bryan State Park. Geologic Feature Little Miami State.

Scioto Trail State Park

Scioto Trail State Park is located inside the much larger Scioto Trail Forest. The park is only 218 acres but includes two 15-acre lakes that offer canoeing, kayaking.

Maumee Bay State Park

Just east of Toledo, Ohio, Maumee Bay State Park is on the shores of Lake Erie. The park covers 1,336 acres and includes a 57-acre inland lake as well as.

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