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Old 05-04-2020, 08:19 AM   #1
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Campground within 150 miles of Cincinnati oh

I camp with a group of 10 couples. We all have rigs 32 ft or larger.
We are always looking for new places to go.
Prefer sites with full hookup.
Anyone have any recommendations
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Old 05-04-2020, 08:25 AM   #2
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Geneva State Park, OH. Really a nice park!
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Ceasar Creek Ohio SP. ~40 miles. Nice park. Good size lake, boat ramps, lots of trails, Pioneer Village, crazy fossil hunting. There's really no hunting to it. On the overflow spillway your walking on millions and millions, not an exaggeration.
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We just from a KOA in Greenfield, IN near Indianapolis and it was really nice. Alot of big rigs there.
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Old 05-31-2020, 09:59 PM   #5
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Taylorsville Lake SP in KY... SE of Louisville...

pretty wide open for bigger trailers there and fairly easy to get a spot
You got Louisville not too far away, and Bardstown, KY the center of the bourbon industry a little over an hour drive away, with the huge Jim Beam facility in-between Louisville and Bardstown.
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Natural Springs resort in New Paris Ohio
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Old 10-24-2020, 09:47 AM   #7
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Indian Lake State Park has a nice large lake and nice campground.
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Ceasar Creek Ohio SP. ~40 miles. Nice park. Good size lake, boat ramps, lots of trails, Pioneer Village, crazy fossil hunting. There's really no hunting to it. On the overflow spillway your walking on millions and millions, not an exaggeration.
Agree. Amazing full hook-up sites. If you have a Golden Buckeye card, the regular $45 rate is only $21! Any Ohioan over 60 qualifies for this free card.

If you have a military affiliation, Wright-Patt has a Fam Camp.

We have also stayed at Buck Creek State Park. Caesar Creek is far better.
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Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.
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I would try Charlestown State Park in Indiana. Very close to Louisville, and they also have some Full Hook Up Sites.
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