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About Youngstown

Youngstown, Ohio is located just 10 miles west of the Pennsylvania border and is the midway point between Chicago and New York City on I-80. While it is part of the Rust Belt, RVers are drawn here for its proximity to the Appalachian Mountain foothills. There may not be many Youngstown RV parks within city limits, but neighboring areas are populated with campgrounds near Youngstown.


Some of the advantages of camping in Ohio are the sheer number of campsites – more than two dozen within 25 miles of Youngstown. It’s a great stopping point whether you’re heading toward New York to the east or Chicago in the Midwest. Some RVers have complained about difficulty finding sites with full hookups in the Youngstown, Warren, Boardman metro area, so we suggest going to RoverPass.com as soon as you can and reserving the type of site you want at any number of RV parks near Youngtown.


Lake Milton, 20 miles west of Youngstown, is a popular destination for fishing, hunting, and canoeing in Ohio. The State Park has a 1,685-acre lake stocked with walleye, bass, bluegill, crappie, and more. There are three launch ramps for boaters. If you have a license, this is a great place for deer, turkey, swine, fox, and other small game hunting.


Another popular destination for anglers is at Berlin Lake, located just about 30 minutes west of Youngstown. The types of fish that have an excellent “catch rate” here include channel catfish, crappie, largemouth and smallmouth bass, and sunfish.