Ohio is the perfect place to enjoy your camping with the family. Maybe it all begins where you enjoyed a concert, perhaps a long walk on the beach or through the botanical gardens, a breath taking experience at an amusement park, maybe pondering the beauty of art or the wonder of science in a museum. The next thing you know, you’re at a festival and experiencing the delight and enjoying a caramel apple or visiting the animals in one of Ohio’s five zoos. Ohio has so many unique and awesome attractions! This is the place to find your next adventure.
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Ohio Travel Information
The Ohio Campground Owners Association (OCOA) offers the following information and links to Ohio road travel resources to help you plan your RV/camping trip in the Buckeye State.
Ohio Road Conditions
BuckeyeTraffic.org is the gateway to traffic and roadway information from the Ohio Department of Transportation.
Ohio Scenic Drives
Take the scenic route to your Ohio camping destination. Choose from over two dozen Ohio Scenic Byways, National Scenic Byways and US-40 – the Historic National Road.a_tic
Ohio Travel Information Centers
Ohio Travel Information Centers (TIC) are dedicated to providing professional travel assistance and information to Ohio visitors and residents. The ODOT has 12 Travel Information Centers, many located near entry points to the state on Interstate Highways. In addition to the advice of travel counselors, you may obtain brochures and maps to make the most of your travel within Ohio.
Ohio is a year-round destination for recreation. Lying in the humid continental zone, the state offers a generally temperate climate. Whether you prefer it warm & sunny or cool & crisp, Ohio has something to offer.
Spring brings mild days and cool nights with temperatures ranging from 37-70°F (3-22°C).
Summer is known for its sun-drenched warmth, with most of the state reaching 90°F (11-22°C), for a few days during the season.
Autumn brings the sunniest days of the year. September temperatures run from 52-71°F (11-22°C), making Ohio the perfect place to view the “change to fall” foliage. By October, temperatures drop into the low 40’s (4-6°C) in the evening.
Winter brings cold temperatures, ranging from 14-17°F (-8 to -6°C) to the state. Snow lovers can escape to northern Ohio’s Lake Erie regions for all manner of winter sports..