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Old 04-03-2015, 06:05 PM   #1
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Hello everyone! Where are some great RV parks near the KY/IN/OH area? Looking to get out end of April.
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Old 04-03-2015, 07:13 PM   #2
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Big Bone Lick State Park is nice, historically and geologically.
Big Bone Lick

Winton Woods, Greenhills, OH, has a nice campground:

Winton Woods Campground | Great Parks

General Butler SP in Kentucky:

General Butler

Brookville Lake in Indiana:

DNR: Brookville Lake

There are more, but that gets you started. Enjoy
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Old 04-03-2015, 07:48 PM   #3
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If you're an FMCA member you can stay at their nice parking area on Round Bottom Rd in Cincinnatti. Not fancy, but 15 level concrete FHU 50A pads. Members only. First two or three days free, then a nominal charge. I think it was $10/nt in the fall of '12.
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Kentucky horse park. Great place


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Ohio has a lot of great State Parks - Our favorite is Hocking Hills near Athens OH. The park itself is not the greatest (but does have electric and some larger sites and a pool) but it is near some of the best natural rock formations and even a water fall. Takes a few days to see everything. Hiking is awesome in that area.
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Great question ... thx for posting up .... we so want to do that area as well ....
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Ditto. We've enjoyed this state park on several trips. Great location to explore the Bluegrass area of central KY or go to Keeneland, but some sites might be short for a big rig - can see actual site on their booking page.
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