At The Dyrt, we share camping tips from our community of campers and campgrounds. With so many campers staying home, we continue to share this info so you can plan future camping trips across the U.S.

Heading to Questival in Columbus, OH and want to camp? We put together this list of popular campsites nearby.

Where to Camp Near Questival Columbus

Questival is coming to Columbus! Our campground recommendations start with top campgrounds by camping type, and then list campgrounds from closest to furthest, along with more information below.

Top recommendation for tent campers: Cross Creek Camping Resort

Cross Creek Camping Resort is the best campsite that provides ample room for tent campers. Reservation, distance, and cost details below.





Best backup for tent campers: Tree Haven Camp Grounds Inc

Tree Haven Camp Grounds Inc is a little further than Cross Creek Camping Resort, but makes up for it with electricity included at every site and a close proximity to restaurants, shopping, fuel and anything else you may need. Reservation, distance, and cost details below.

Top recommendation for RVers: Alton RV Park

Not only is Alton RV Park the closest campsite, it is also an RVers dream. While they have tent sites, RVers will far outnumber tenters at this campground. Reservation, distance, and cost details below.

1. Alton RV Park, OH

Distance: 12.7 miles

Website: Click here

Number of sites: 35 full hook-ups, 23 pull-throughs and 12 back-ins.

Cost: $46 per night..

Reservations?: Reservations can be made by phone or email (info@altonrvpark.com).

Phone number: (614) 878-9127

2. Cross Creek Camping Resort, OH

Distance: 22.7 miles

Website: Click here

Number of sites: Many (exact number not listed).

Cost: Prices range from $28-$44 per night.

Reservations?: Reservations can be made by phone or email (cccroffice@alumcreek.com).

Phone number: (740) 549-2267

3. Tree Haven Camp Grounds Inc, OH

Distance: 27.6 miles

Website: Click here

Number of sites: 130 sites.

Cost: 50 amp RV site is $38 per night, 30 amp is $35 and a tent site is $25 per night.

Reservations?: Reservations can only be made online.

Phone number: (740) 965-3469

4. Deer Creek State Park, OH

Photo from The Dyrt user Shelly S.

Distance: 31.9 miles

Rating: 5-star. “The park is always clean, well-maintained.” Read reviews here.

Website: Click here

Number of sites: 231 sites.

Cost: $28 per night.

Reservations?: Reservations can be made online.

Phone number: (740) 869-3124

5. Buckeye Lake / Columbus East KOA, OH

Distance: 39.7 miles

Website: Click here

Number of sites: Many (exact number not listed).

Cost: Prices range from $60-$75 per night.

Reservations?: Reservations can be made online or by phone (800) 562-0792).

Phone number: (740) 928-0706

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