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      Hune Bridge Campground

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      51 Saves
      Wingett Run, Ohio

      Access the Hune Bridge Campground along the National Forest Covered Bridge Scenic Byway (S.R. 26) in Washington County. The campground is located across the historic Hune Covered Bridge.

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      Camp Ara

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      38 Saves
      Grafton, West Virginia

      Camp Ara is a beautiful 113-acre property in Fairmont, WV. Located in the Allegheny Mountains about 20 minutes south of Morgantown, WV, and West Virginia University. It is close to major cities like Pittsburgh, Washington D.C., Columbus, Cincinnati, and many others. The property has been run as a Christian camp for over 60 years, serving and changing the lives of countless youth along the way.​ 

      There is a large number of foster children in and around the area that are currently in great need of programs that connect them with nature, help them to grow individually, and help teach them life skills to prepare them for transitioning out of the foster care system.

      In addition to running year-round programming, Camp Ara is home to 80+ acres of virtually untouched land. We have created 40 beautiful campsites that require various amounts of hiking to reach. No matter what site you choose, however, you will almost definitely feel as though you are alone with nature.

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      $20 - $150 / night

      Camper-submitted photo from Lamping Homestead Recreation Area
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      Lamping Homestead Recreation Area

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      25 Saves
      Graysville, Ohio

      In Monroe County, this area offers camping, picnicking, fishing, canoeing, and a scenic hiking trail. The site has six walk-in campsites, eight picnic sites, and a picnic shelter. There are two loop trails for hiking, one at 3½ miles and the other at 1½ miles. A 2-acre pond at the site is stocked with bluegill, bass, and catfish.This secluded recreation area was once the farmstead of the Lamping family. The family homesteaded this area in the 1800s.

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      Camper-submitted photo from Kinderhook Trailhead
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      Kinderhook Trailhead

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      11 Saves
      Newport, Ohio

      Primitive camping is allowed at no charge at the trailhead, but only during the horse and mountain bike riding open season.

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        Lane Farm Campground

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        14 Saves
        Marietta, Ohio

        Formerly the Lane family farm, this small campground is approximately 5 miles north of Marietta along the National Forest Covered Bridge Scenic Byway. The site has four campsites on the Little Muskingum.

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          Wayne National Forest Haught Run Campground

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          Wingett Run, Ohio

          This site has four campsites, and access to both the river and trail system. The site is just south of the Rinard Covered Bridge. This site is closed due to erosion causing a safety hazard to the campsites.

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          Rhododendron Camping Area

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          23 Saves
          Dellslow, West Virginia

          Named after the state’s official flower, Rhododendron Campground offers 25 primitive campsites that each have a picnic table and fire pit. There is a central bathroom with flushing toilets and running water available for campground guests. The campground is open to only tent/hammock camping. Pets are permitted, so long as your furry friends are kept on a leash.

          The campgrounds are spring through fall, weather permitting.

          Campsites may be reserved anytime online, by phone, or at the campground office.

          Reservations may be made for no less than two consecutive nights on weekends (Friday and Saturday) or one-night Sunday through Thursday.

          There is a 14-night maximum stay.

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          $25 - $35 / night

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            Ring Mill Campground

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            9 Saves
            Graysville, Ohio

            This was once the site of a mill and farmstead. The mill is now gone, but the stone house of its original owner, built in 1846, is still located at the site. The house is on the National Register of Historic Places. It has three camp-sites and a picnic shelter, and is also a canoe access point and__near the North Country Trail.

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