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When it comes to Cincinnati RV parks, there are plenty to choose from. The city itself has several campgrounds within city limits, but if you are looking to connect with the area’s lush parks and forests, there is really no wrong direction to drive.


Those in the know, however, tend to head north into central Ohio, where the town of Lebanon provides an ideal base for day trips into the city or to one of the nearby area parks. Situated on the Little Miami River, Kings Island is an amusement park with a variety of roller coasters and rides for the whole family.


There’s no bad time of year to visit Cincinnati, you would be hard pressed to find a time when something isn’t going on downtown. Across the Ohio River is the town of Newport, home of the Newport Aquarium, which offers visitors a chance to learn about local and worldwide sealife. The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center celebrates a critical historical event, as slaves escaping from the south would often find themselves in the Cincinnati area near the end of their journey to northern freedom. After connecting with the past, explore the city’s present and future by strolling along Smale Riverfront Park, which links the museum to both Paul Brown Stadium, where the Bengals play, and the Great American Ballpark, home of the Reds.


If you’re looking to ditch crowds, head north to Bonnybrook Farms, a stunning farmland with fishing and hiking. For thrill-seekers, there’s Haspin Acres, which is a great place for off road vehicles and racing.


Cincinnati RV owners and Cincinnati camping enthusiasts have plenty to choose from when visiting either the city or the surrounding countryside.