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Old 04-05-2014, 07:22 PM   #1
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Campgrounds between Indianapolis and Columbus

We (family with 3 kids) will be traveling through Indiana and Ohio this summer and need to stay just one night while passing through. We could stop anywhere in between Indianapolis, IN and Columbus, OH. Anyone out there have any favorites in the area?
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New Paris, Ohio (Natural Spring Campground). There are many activities for children. It is not my favorite campground since we are older and do not take part in the activities for children. If you can handle a large and noisy crowd, this is your campground.
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I saw that one and it looked like the kids would really like the beach at the lake after hours or driving. Thanks
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x2 on Natural Springs. I'd also recommend Dayton Tall Timbers KOA, & Grampa's Farm CG.

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If all you seek is a place to park overnight, there is a Camping World super center at the Greenwood exit (W) that has emergency or overnight parking with electricity. The large parking lot is open 24/7. There is a Bob Evans restaurant withing walking distance. On the other side (E) of I65 is a Pilot truck stop.
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Camping world would be an easy stop, if your looking for something to do check out wright Patterson Air Force base camping
Link to web site. http://www.wpodr.com/html/famcamp.html
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If you're active/retired military or have a guest w/you who is, then WPAFB FamCamp would be a good choice.

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Second the nomination of Dayton Tall Timbers KOA. We are local to south central Ohio, and run up there for a couple of days at their pool at least once each summer.
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