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Mill Bridge Launch
Bellbrook, Ohio
Greene County Parks & Trails Department

Cost: $3.00
Description
3 mi NE of Bellbrook on Washington Mill Rd; at Little Miami River. $15 for camping permit. Primitive campsites at canoe launch area; no facilities, no drkg wtr. Hiking, fishing, canoeing. Get permit at county service center, 651 Bayton-Xenia Rd. Reservations 937-562-6440. –Don Wright
Wolf Creek Campground
Fremont, Ohio
Sandusky County Park District

Cost: $15.00
Description
S of Fremont on SR 53 just N of CR 9; at Sandusky River; campground entrance at 2701 S. SR 53. $15. 4/15-11/51. 24 primitive sites, limited to 1 RV & 1 tent or 2 tents. Tbls, toilets, campfire grill areas, drkg wtr, playground, shelter($). Canoeing, fishing, nature trails, hiking on Ohio Buckeye Trail. 93 acres, leased from state by county. Ideal spot to catch white bass and walleye in May, when fish migrate from river to Ballville Dam. Nearby covered bridge W of park on CR9. Parks office 419-334-4495 –Don Wright
White Star Campground
Gibonsburg, Ohio
Sandusky County Park District

Cost: $15.00
Description
Half mi S of Gibonsburg on SR 300. $15 at 24 non-elec sites. $25 at 21 elec sites; 45-ft RV limit; 2 88-ft pull-through sites with 50-amp elec. 4/15-11/15. Tbls, pit toilets, campfire grill areas, well drkg wtr, beach, playground, fishing platform. Fishing, scuba diving, swimming, volleyball, horseshoes, nature trails, mountain biking trails, boating(l), canoeing. 793 acres. 15-acre White Star Quarry with scuba diving tunnel accesses at 60 & 80 ft. Fees for beach. Ranger, 419-355-7066. –Don Wright
Burr Oak Cove Campground
Glouster, Ohio
Wayne National Forest

Cost: $10.00
Description
4 mi N of Glouster on SR 13; half mi E on CR 107; at NW tip of Burr Oak Reservoir. $10 4/15-12/15; $5 rest of year but no drkg wtr. 14-day limit. 19 primitive sites; no RV size limit. Tbls, toilets, campfire grill areas, drkg wtr. Hiking trails. GPS at entrance to campground -Don Wright, Guide to Free & Low-Cost Campgrounds
Iron Ridge Campground, Lake Vesuvius Recreation Ar
Ironton, Ohio
Wayne National Forest

Cost: $13.00
Description
Half mi off SR 93 about 10 mi NE of Ironton; on E side of lake. $13 at non-elec sites ($6.50 with federal senior pass); 18 at elec sites ($11.50 with senior pass). 4/15-11/1; 14-day limit. Free during deer hunting season, but no utilities. 34 sites up to 45 ft. Tbls, pit toilets, campfire grill areas, drkg wtr, beach. Horseback riding, backpack trail, hiking trails, boating(ldr), swimming, fishing. -Don Wright, Guide to Free & Low-Cost Campgrounds
Hune Bridge Campground, Covered Bridge Scenic Bywa
Marietta, Ohio
Wayne National Forest

Cost: $0.00
Description
14 mi NE of Marietta on SR 26; right (S) about 0.5 mi on CR T34; right after crossing bridge covered bridge. Free. All year; 14-day limit. 3 sites just below bridge. Tbls, toilets, campfire grill areas, drkg wtr, no drkg wtr. Fishing & canoeing in Little Muskingum River, hiking trails. -Don Wright, Guide to Free & Low-Cost Campgrounds
Lane Farm Campground, Covered Bridge Scenic Highwa
Marietta, Ohio
Wayne National Forest

Cost: $0.00
Description
5 mi NE of Marietta on SR 26. Free. All year; 14-day limit. 4 sites. Tbls, toilets, campfire grill areas, no drkg wtr. Fishing & canoeing at Little Muskingum River (canoe access pond). Don Wright, Guide to Free & Low-Cost Campgrounds
Leith Run Recreation Area
Marietta, Ohio
Wayne National Forest

Cost: $15.00
Description
18 mi N of Marietta on SR 7; at Ohio River. $15 ($7.50 with federal senior pass) at non-elec sites; $21 at elec sites ($12.50 with senior pass). 4/15-10/26; 14-day limit. 17 RV/tent sites (no RV size limit); undesignated tent sites. Tbls, flush toilets, showers, campfire grill areas, drkg wtr, dump, lantern posts. Boating(ld), wildlife study area. -Don Wright, Guide to Free & Low-Cost Campgrounds
Ring Mill Campground, Covered Bridge Scenic Byway
Marietta, Ohio
Wayne National Forst

Cost: $0.00
Description
22 mi NE of Marietta on SR 26, then follow signs to the right on CR 68 for 3 mi. Free. All year; 14-day limit. 3 primitive sites. Tbls, toilets, campfire grill area, shelter, no drkg wtr. Fishing & canoeing on Little Muskingum River. -Don Wright, Guide to Free & Low-Cost Campgrounds
Bob Evans Farm Campground
Rio Grande, Ohio


Cost: $15.00
Description
At Rio Grande, 1 block S on SR 325 from US 35; 1 mi SE on SR 588 to farm; camp along Raccoon Creek about 0.5 mi E of farmhouse/retaurant. $15 at RV sites with elec/wtr, $4 tents. 4/1-12/5. Tbls, portable toilets, drkg wtr, campfire grill areas, dump, no showers. Volleyball, hiking, horseshoes, fishing, boating(l), canoeing. Not recommended for big RV rigs. Farm is former home of businessman Bob Evans, who opened his Sausage Shop there (now a restaurant & museum). Homestead built in 1825; on National Register of Historic Places, once a stagecoach stop. Log cabin village. –Don Wright
Silver Springs Campground
Silver Springs, Ohio
Operated by city of Stow

Cost: $12.00
Description
This beautiful campground is owned by the City of Stow and has operated since about 1975. It’s in Silver Springs Park in the Northeast corner of Stow and has 27 campsites with 20-amp electricity. Water spigots are scattered around the campground. A dump station is available. Portable restrooms are on site, flush restrooms are nearby at the ball field. Pets are permitted (on a leash) and firewood is available for a modest fee. The fee is $12 for non-Stow residents. Address: 5238 Young Road, Silver Springs Park 41.193959, -81.405828
 
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