Book your campsite today, and make sure to pack your camera to capture Ohio's vibrant fall foliage.
Burr Oak State Park1 of 7
Situated in southeast Ohio, quiet and remote Burr Oak State Park blends modern conveniences with the wilderness spirit. The park's rustic country charm is on display across 2,593 acres of wooded hills, forested ridges and valley farms. Burr Oak offers a wide array of overnight accommodations with its lodge, cabins and campground.
Additional nearby fall color: Hocking Hills State Park, Strouds Run State Park, Riddle State Nature Preserve, Wayne National Forest and Wolf Creek Wildlife Area
Make a reservation at Burr Oak State Park.
Shawnee State Park2 of 7
Located in the Appalachian foothills near the banks of the Ohio River, 1,095-acre Shawnee State Park is nestled in the 63,000-acre Shawnee State Forest. The rugged beauty of the area has earned it the nickname "The Little Smokies." The region is one of the most picturesque in the state, and the perfect place to take in the changing of the seasons.
Additional nearby fall color: Pike Lake State Park, Shawnee State Forest, Dean State Forest and Scioto Brush Creek State Nature Preserve
Make a reservation at Shawnee State Park.
Findley State Park3 of 7
Once a state forest, 838-acre Findley State Park is heavily wooded with stately pines and various hardwoods. Sixteen miles of scenic hiking and biking trails traverse the park, allowing nature lovers to immerse themselves in spectacular fall colors and observe wildlife including white-tailed deer and red foxes. The fields, forests and quiet waters offer a peaceful refuge for campground visitors.
Additional nearby fall color: Fowler Woods State Nature Preserve, Old Woman Creek State Nature Preserve and Spencer Lake Wildlife Area
Make a reservation at Findley State Park.
Beaver Creek State Park4 of 7
Beaver Creek State Park, in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, is one of Ohio's most scenic parks no matter the time of year. The park is comprised of various habitats including bottomlands, a gorge, forests and Little Beaver Creek.
Additional nearby fall color: Guilford Lake State Park, Jefferson Lake State Park and Highlandtown Wildlife Area
Make a reservation at Beaver Creek State Park.
Tar Hollow State Park5 of 7
Fall's pageant of color is spectacular at Tar Hollow State Park. Surrounded by the rugged foothills of the Appalachian Plateau, the park and nearby state forest are characteristic of the wilderness that once blanketed Ohio. The campground, with electric and primitive campsites, is the perfect spot to start your exploration of the surrounding deep ravines and dense woodlands.
Additional nearby fall color: Great Seal State Park, Scioto Trail State Park, Tar Hollow State Forest and Conkles Hollow State Nature Preserve
Make a reservation at Tar Hollow State Park.
Mohican State Park6 of 7
Mohican State Park and the adjacent 4,525-acre state forest are outstanding in their beauty and offer limitless opportunities for visitors to explore one of Ohio's most unique natural regions. The striking Clear Fork Gorge, a hemlock forest and scenic Mohican River offer a true wilderness experience while the lodge, renovated cabins and campground provide first-class camping accommodations.
Additional nearby fall color: Malabar Farm State Park, Mohican-Memorial State Forest and Fowler Woods State Nature Preserve
Make a reservation at Mohican State Park.
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