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Mineral City, OH

For the best in boating and sailing, swimming and fishing, Atwood Lake Park is the place to go. From the inviting sandy swimming beach to the two full-service marinas, everything is ready for a great getaway on the water. Allow yourself ample opportunity to enjoy it all by camping overnight in an RV or tent. Booking is fast and efficient when you use the online system to select a full hookup, electric or primitive site. Atwood Lake Park's family cabins are open year-round, serving as a delightful locale for a holiday party, New Year's Eve celebration or family get-together.

Atwood Lake Park in Mineral City is an easy drive from Akron and Cleveland, but a world away from urban stress. Explore the forest areas on the hiking trails and view the sights from the 36-foot observation tower. Breeze across the waves on a boat and plunge in for an invigorating swim. Drop a line and you may pull out a fine northern pike, channel catfish, bullhead, largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, yellow perch or saugeye. The marinas offer boat sales, service, rentals and docking. Admire the scenery while dining at the Atwood Lake Marina West restaurant.

To ensure you get the most from your visit, Atwood Lake Park keeps the action going with an activities coordinator, nature center and activity center. In June, the sound of music fills the park with the Alive Festival, an annual celebration of Christian music interpreted through a wide variety of styles. The Atwood Area Fall Festival, also held at the park, brings a special mix of entertainment, food and crafts. Outside the campground, notable attractions include the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, the unique National First Ladies' Library, Schoenbrunn Village and the William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum. Whether your interests lie in wineries, golfing or history, you'll find what you're looking for close by. At vacation time, plan to sail away to Atwood Lake Park.


Mansfield, OH

Looking for a peaceful place to set up camp and enjoy nature? Consider Charles Mill Lake Park near Mansfield, designed with room to let everyone enjoy the charming location. More than 500 campsites for RVs and tents are available at two campgrounds. The online reservation system allows you to book any time of day, quickly and securely. Then you're ready to hike, picnic, swim, hunt and fish.

If you plan on boating, the Charles Mill Marina is open all year and provides docking, boat rentals and supplies. In addition, there is a public boat launch ramp on the lake. If you're fishing, you'll find the lake brimming with catfish, bull heads, largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill and saugeye. And if you're still looking for something to do, check the park's event schedule. There's always something going on: scavenger hunts, games, competitions and holiday celebrations. The whole family can join in the fun.

Fans of the movie "The Shawshank Redemption" will feel like they're on a Hollywood set in Mansfield, about 10 miles from Charles Mill Lake Park. Follow the Shawshank Trail to visit landmarks where the classic was filmed, including the imposing Ohio State Reformatory. Climb to the Guard Tower and get a close look at the cell blocks. Racing action is right on track at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. The Gorge Overlook and covered bridge draw visitors to beautiful Mohican State Park, and the river within is a prime canoeing area. Some of the popular public celebrations in the area are the Lexington Blueberry Festival, the Prairie Peddler Festival and the Miss Ohio Festival.


Freeport, OH

Everything you need for a fantastic vacation is ready for you at picturesque Clendening Marina & Campground, the state’s largest undeveloped. Stay for a night, a week or longer--discounted rates are offered for extended visits. Booking a site is a snap with the online reservation system that's designed to make the process user-friendly. Once you've made a reservation, look forward to serenely floating on a pontoon boat or bringing in a catch of catfish, bass, bluegill and yellow perch.

At the marina, fishing and pontoon boats can be rented by the hour, day or week. Load up on bait and tackle and boating and camping supplies. Stop by for a bite to eat the marina restaurant, where the menu includes a tasty fish sandwich. You can pick up free Wi-Fi too. Love the outdoors but don't have an RV? Other overnight accommodations include a rustic log cabin and a motel. Featuring a lake view, the cabin is fully outfitted with a queen-size bed, refrigerator, stove and microwave. A short walk from the marina, the motel rooms come with double beds, refrigerator and charcoal grill. Enjoy free boat dock space with both the cabin and motel rentals.


Freeport, OH

Everything you need for a fantastic vacation is ready for you at picturesque Piedmont Marina & Campground in southeast Ohio. Stay for a night, a week or longer--discounted rates are offered for extended visits. Booking a site is a snap with the online reservation system that's designed to make the process user-friendly. Once you've made a reservation, look forward to serenely floating on a pontoon boat or bringing in a catch of catfish, bass, bluegill and yellow perch.

At the marina, fishing and pontoon boats can be rented by the hour, day or week. Load up on bait and tackle and boating and camping supplies. Stop by for a bite to eat the marina restaurant, where the menu includes a tasty fish sandwich. You can pick up free Wi-Fi too. Love the outdoors but don't have an RV? Other overnight accommodations include a rustic log cabin and a motel. Featuring a lake view, the cabin is fully outfitted with a queen-size bed, refrigerator, stove and microwave. A short walk from the marina, the motel rooms come with double beds, refrigerator and charcoal grill. Enjoy free boat dock space with both the cabin and motel rentals.

Visitors to Piedmont Marina & Campground can look forward to a trip to the Egypt Valley Wildlife Area a short distance away. It's a popular spot for hunting and fishing, as well as hiking and photography. Small ponds have been stocked with bass, catfish and bluegill. For birdwatchers, it's a chance to see species not traditionally found in eastern Ohio such as the short-eared owl, Northern harrier, Henslow’s sparrow, and bobolink. Bald eagles and ospreys occasionally stop by on their annual migration as well. Playful river otters were successfully reintroduced in 1993 and are now thriving in the area. 


Perrysville, OH

Put yourself in the picture at Pleasant Hill Lake Park by using the online reservation to book a site. Primitive campsites designed for campers with horses are in a designated area. For everyone else, full hookups and electric hookups are available. Like the outdoors but miss the comforts of home? Vacation and camper cabins, even a house, can be rented by the day or week. The Pleasant Hill Marina provides docking, boat rentals, fuel and supplies. Get your exercise and breathe the fresh air on the basketball and volleyball courts.

One of Ohio's most popular year-round attractions is the Mohican State Park and the adjacent Mohican-Memorial State Forest. The spectacular Clear Fork Gorge, hemlock forest and Mohican River draws in guests, and opportunities to hike, bike and horseback ride abound. A restored working grist mill is open for tours during the summer. Take a wagon tour of land once owned by author Louis Broomfield at Malabar Farm State Park. A 32-room mansion, blending architectural styles, sits amid livestock and fields.


Senecaville, OH

Camping at Seneca Lake Park puts you right on the shore of Ohio's third largest inland lake, opening up opportunities to splash in the water, fish and take a boat out for spin. A few minutes on the computer booking a site at one of the two campgrounds means more time to play outdoors at this splendid location. The online reservation system puts you in a full hookup, electric or primitive site quickly and securely. Seneca Lake Park is just a short distance from Cambridge and Marietta, making it a good choice for a weekend getaway or a longer vacation.

A full roster of activities keeps everyone entertained, when it's time to take a break from the water. Make room on your schedule for family friendly events like potlucks, a watermelon toss, scavenger hunt, hayrides and a sand castle contest. The log-cabin nature center invites you to learn more about your surroundings. Keep in touch with the world even as you lounge on the swimming beach with free Wi-Fi. A full-service marina and public launch speed your access to the lake. Other amenities that add to the camping experience include hiking trails, amphitheater, playground, laundry and picnic shelters. Both vacation and camping cabins can be rented on a daily or weekly basis.

You might be in Ohio, but you can experience the thrill of seeing exotic animals of the world in the open. Almost 10,000 acres of reclaimed mine land have been converted to a preserve where giraffes, rhinos, zebra and ostrich roam. The Wilds, a non-profit conservation center, lets you go on safari by vehicle, on horseback or even sailing high overhead on zip lines. Domestic animals are given their due at the Deerassic Park Education Center, demonstrating why whitetail deer are fantastic. The city of Cambridge, about 15 miles from Seneca Lake Park, contains both the Hopalong Cassidy Museum and the National Museum of Cambridge Glass, which displays 8,000 pieces and illustrates the process of making them. Grab your cowboy hat and boots and head for the hills for the annual Jamboree in the Hills. Big name artists have been singing the hits for more than 35 years at the four-day festival, making it the longest running country music gig in America. See and hear it all when you discover Seneca Lake Park.


Deersville, OH

Pack up your bathing suit, grab your fishing gear and head to Tappan Lake Park. More than 500 campsites, a long stretch of beach and exciting roster of activities await your arrival. Book a site now for your RV or tent--the online reservation system makes your vacation planning hassle-free. The park is conveniently located between Cadiz and Uhrichsville, and close to Clendening Lake.

A trail connects the park with the Tappan Wetlands, designated a watchable wildlife area. Tappan Lake Park's activity center and nature center serve as areas to make friends, have fun and learn more about the features of the area. A concession stand at the beach lets you grab a snack as you play in the waves, while a laundry and camp store let you keep up with daily chores and not waste a minute of vacation time leaving the park. Three launch ramps are accessible, one of them within the park.

Tappan Lake Marina has all you need for a full day of water sports, including boat sales, service and rentals, fishing licenses and supplies. Both family vacation cabins and camper cabins are options for overnight stays. The marina restaurant, offering a full menu, gives diners an excellent view of the lake. Those fishing for their own dinner will find Tappan Lake a good source of catfish, bullheads, bass bluegill and more. Clendening Lake, Ohio's largest undeveloped lake, is known for its  populations of largemouth bass, crappies, flathead and channel catfish, saugeye, and white bass.