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Check out the best camping in Ohio! State parks with cabins & campgrounds in Ohio, glamping style

Most popular Places to Camp & Ohio Campgrounds

Unique Dover Accommodation with a Hot Tub Perfect for Glamping in Ohio
Containers
Dover, Ohio (United States of America)
Gorgeous Bell Tent Rental Perfect for a Romantic Getaway near Toledo, Ohio
Bell Tents
Swanton, Ohio (United States of America)
Romantic Glamping Tent for a Countryside Getaway near Columbus, Ohio
Tented Cabins
Granville, Ohio (United States of America)
Luxury Camping Tent near Oaks Opening Preserve in Swanton, Ohio
Bell Tents
Swanton, Ohio (United States of America)
Secluded Hocking Hills Glamping Yurt on 40 Acres
Yurts
Laurelville, Ohio (United States of America)
Enchanting Tree House Vacation in Ohio's Lush Hocking Hills State Park
Tree Houses
Logan, Ohio (United States of America)
Idyllic Bell Tent Rentals for a Group Getaway near Toledo, Ohio
Bell Tents
Swanton, Ohio (United States of America)
Scenic Ohio Glamping Tent near Lake Erie
Tented Cabins
Madison, Ohio (United States of America)
Ohio Glamping Tent Retreat on a Farm
Tented Cabins
New Plymouth, Ohio (United States of America)
Luxury Tent for the Best Glamping, Ohio Romantic Getaway
Safari Tents
Centerburg, Ohio (United States of America)
Beautifully Renovated Barn With Private Hot Tub in Hocking Hills of Ohio
Bright Couples' Caravan Rental with Charcoal Grill near Logan, Ohio
Caravans
Hocking Hills, Ohio (United States of America)

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Want to go camping? Ohio camgpround rentals ranging from lake campsites and beach camping to Cuyahoga Valley National Park camping cabins ready to book

Go glamping! Ohio is a state that is often looked over by many as a vacation destination, and unfairly so. When it comes to vacation spots in Ohio, take your pick. From Cuyahoga Valley National Park camping to cities like Cleveland, Kelleys Island to Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio has it all! Beach, forest, city, and country...find a little of everything you go on vacation in Ohio. We can think of only one thing that would make any Ohio vacation better, and that’s if it were a vacation to go camping. Ohio outdoor destinations dot the state and provide an amazing outdoor playground for families with kids, couples, and groups of friends. When you book an Ohio camping trip with Glamping Hub, you’ll find some of the best vacation spots in Ohio. Find campgrounds and cabins for rent in Ohio perfect for any season and get outdoors. Glamping Hub is here to help you discover the many things to do in Ohio outdoors, activities that rival even the top tourist attractions in Ohio cities. Forget about Cincinnati hotels, why not make the most of this weekend and find some of the best places to camp. Ohio campgrounds and Ohio state parks camping offer a range of vacation rentals in all kinds of destinations across the state, so browse our list of inventory and book the best campgrounds in Ohio for your next trip. Luxury camping, Ohio style.

Find everything from Sandusky campgrounds to Hocking Hills camping, Cleveland camping and more top vacation spots in Ohio!

Beach camping: Ohio campgrounds on Lake Erie

While Ohio may not have any traditional beaches, you can go beach camping along the shores of Lake Erie. Lake camping in Ohio is the perfect weekend getaway, no matter the season; with the water, gorgeous views, and private lake campsites, you’re beach camping in Ohio is sure to be a success. From Kelleys Island camping or Sandusky camping sites to Put-In-Bay camping or Cleveland camping, you can find a little bit of everything along the shores of Lake Erie. Especially popular in the summertime, these lake vacations are a great opportunity to go fishing, swimming, boating, jet skiing, and more out on the lake. Browse our list of camping cabins, yurts, or even Ohio state parks with cabins on the coast. From South Bass Island State Park to Geneva State Park, Ohio campground options are plentiful. The beaches along the Great Lakes are often no different than a normal ocean beach; with waters so large that many of the lakes feel like oceans anyway. Find the best places on the beach to camp! Sandusky beach rentals to Cleveland weekend getaways and more, you can find it all here.

Best camping in Ohio state parks with cabins

It’s true, we would say some of the best Ohio camping can be found sprinkled across the many state parks in Ohio. From the shores of Lake Erie, like beach camping in Geneva State Park to the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Ohio state parks are a great place to spend some time outdoors. Whether it’s Hocking Hills State Park or Mohican State Park, Ohio is full of amazing outdoor areas. Probably one of the most-popular state parks in Ohio, Hocking Hills State Park lies about an hour southeast of Columbus. Marked by sandstone cliffs and carved full of caves and waterfalls, the park has five mai hiking areas to explore. Old Man’s Cave is one of the more visited areas, but there is also Cantwell Cliffs, Conkle's Hollow, Cedar Falls, and Rockhouse trails. If you’re searching for campgrounds near Columbus, Ohio, then why not book a Hocking Hills camping trip? Pick from Hocking Hills cabin rentals, tents, and more and get access to some of the best hiking & Ohio trails. One of our guests’ favorite Ohio vacation rentals are our Hocking Hills State Park cabins; the Hocking Hills, Ohio cabins are perfect for camping trips of all kinds! Salt Fork State Park is the largest state park in Ohio, with more than 17,000 acres for recreation. People visit here for the nearly 3,000-acre lake and to explore the many hiking and horseback riding trails in the park. Whether you’re looking to find a cabin in the woods or a vacation on the lake, Ohio state park campgrounds have something to offer. Browse our Ohio state campgrounds and pick from Hocking Hills cabins, state park yurts in Geneva State Park, or Mohican campgrounds.

Cuyahoga Valley National Park camping

Did you know Ohio is home to a national park? If you’re planning outdoor vacations in Ohio, Cuyahoga Valley NP should be one of your first stops. Just a short drive outside of Cleveland and Akron, this park is full of natural beauty. There are many trails criss-crossing the park making it easy to cover lots of terrain. The Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath Trail runs through the park for around 20 miles and is popular with bikers and joggers. For bikers, there is also the East Rim Mountain Bike Trail, designed for off-road biking, and the Summit Metro Parks’ Bike & Hike Trail, which is better for families and kids. Make sure to visit the many waterfalls in the park, the most famous of which is Brandywine Falls. With about 125-miles of trails in the park, there is plenty of space and trails for all ages and abilities.

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