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Discover Hudson, OH

The little town of Hudson, 30 miles to the southeast of Cleveland, is the gateway to Cuyahoga Valley National Park, one of the very few parks in the Midwest. In spite of that, the park sees relatively few tourists compared to parks in other regions of the United States. Fortunately, that means there are plenty of opportunities to experience the beauty of the area without all the crowds and lines that would come with trips to the more visited parks. The town of Hudson is also quite charming, with a historic downtown area filled with little shops and eateries to explore on the days you’re not visiting the park.

While Hudson is often described as looking like a quaint New England village, it’s actually halfway between the manufacturing hubs of Cleveland and Akron. If you end up needing a taste of the big city when you rent an RV in Hudson, those amenities are less than an hour’s drive away.

RV Parks Near Hudson

Even though Hudson is near to a couple of major cities, the city and surrounding area have retained their rural feel, which means when you book an RV in Hudson, you’ll have an enjoyable experience with plenty of RV parks and campgrounds to serve your needs.  

Streetsboro/Cleveland SE KOA is one of the closest options, being just three miles east of the city center. As a KOA park, they have quite a few amenities too, including a pool during the summer, a dog park, and camp kitchen. They also have theme weekends throughout the summer; check their calendar to see if that’s something that would interest you.

Another place to park your Hudson rental motorhome is Woodside Lake Park, which has 250 campsites with full hookups, a camp store, volleyball court, and game room with billiards tables and video game systems.

Silver Springs Campground, about five miles to the southeast in Stow, has electrical hookups and picnic tables at every site. Hidden Valley Campground, 10 miles to the east, is near Lake Rockwell and has canoe/kayak rentals available.

There’s also Roundup Lake Campground, about 10 miles to the northeast, which has a swimming pool, playground, and sandy beach near the swimming area. Any of these campgrounds will provide a rustic setting for you and your Hudson travel trailer rental or RV.

For a convenient, no-frills overnight stay with the Hudson rental RV, the closest Walmart can be found in the town of Macedonia, a few miles to the north.

Exploring the City of Hudson

You’re most likely visiting Hudson due to its proximity to Cuyahoga Valley National Park, but everyone eventually needs a rest form the park and there are loads of exciting things to do in the city’s quaint town center.

Your first stop should be at the Hudson Visitor Center, which can give you an overview of the town and an idea of the attractions you’d like to visit. The Hudson Fire Museum is adjacent to the visitor center and is worth a quick look to see some historical artifacts from the city’s fire department. From there, you’ll want to stroll through the historic district where you can see beautiful 19th-century homes and do some shopping in the area’s boutiques.

If the kids are getting antsy from all that time on the road in the Hudson motorhome rental, bring them to Sky Zone Trampoline Park where they can burn off some of that excess energy. The kids might also enjoy the Malted Meeple, a popular board game hangout with delicious milkshakes.

Getting Outside Near Hudson

Obviously, much of your Hudson RV rental vacation will be spent at Cuyahoga Valley National Park. This is especially true if you’re a cyclist, as twenty miles of the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath path go through the park. There are also loads of hiking opportunities, 125 miles of them to be precise. Brandywine Gorge Trail is one of the more popular trips as it’s only a mile and half long and visits a 65-foot-tall waterfall.

Kids will also enjoy “canal questing” in the park, which is a bit like geocaching, but without the electronics. Instead, participants use a park map and a set of rhyming clues to find the hidden treasures scattered throughout the park. If you’re looking for a relaxing activity that doesn’t involve a lot of sweating or dusty trails, the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad is a great way to see the park from the comforts of a train car; trips last around three and a half hours.  

On the days you’re not visiting the national park, but still want to spend some time in nature, there’s always Hudson Springs Park. The 260-acre green space has a lake, disc golf course, and plenty of walking paths to enjoy a sunset stroll.

If you’re coming during the winter months, Boston Mills and Brandywine Ski Areas are located adjacent to the park, and although they aren’t very tall (240 vertical feet), they do have several lifts and a snow tubing area.

RV Rentals in Hudson, OH

Hudson, OH is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Hudson. Outdoorsy's Hudson RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Hudson are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area, Hocking Hills State Park, C&O Canal National Historical Park, and Johnstown Flood National Memorial.

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Brandywine Gorge Trail Northfield Ohio
Gorge Trail Cuyahoga Falls Ohio
Ledges Trail Peninsula Ohio

Nearby Campgrounds

American Wilderness Campground and Event Center

campground Grafton, OH
The American Wilderness Campground and Event Center is a great place to stay if you want to explore Cleveland, Ohio. It is the nearest RV park to Cleveland and will just take you 35 minutes to get there. You will get partial hookup here and WiFi, and there are clean restrooms and showers, as well as laundry facilities. The park is beautiful. It is surrounded by nature and there are two lakes, one which is fully stocked for fishing, and the other for swimming. Boat rentals are available if you want to have a lazy day on the lake. There is also a tadpole beach with sprinklers and Tiki Huts, which your kids will love. If you decide to stay here for a day instead of exploring the area, you certainly won't be bored. There is a huge games room, basketball and volleyball courts, and biking and hiking trails throughout the campground. The kids will love the playgrounds and adventure gem mining. If you have a special event coming up, like a birthday, anniversary, wedding, and so on, you can rent out a log cabin hall or pavilion.

Riverview RV Park

campground Lorain, OH
With close to a mile of riverfront property near where the Vermilion River empties into Lake Erie in Lorain, Ohio, Riverview RV Park offers visitors unique scenic views of wilderness areas, and high shale cliffs that make for a relaxing and enjoyable stay at the park. Located just two minutes from the public beach, the Vermilion city swimming pool, and Mill Hollow Park, Riverview RV Park hosts plenty of grassy campsites and several pull throughs with electrical, fresh water, and gray water hookups, plus a honey bee sewage service once or twice a week. Spacious and roomy enough to accommodate even a big rig, the sites are simple and rustic with a quiet, peaceful atmosphere. Good river access is available for canoeing, kayaking and boating. Fishing is possible from some of the sites or at the community areas, and the park is well maintained boasting large, open grassy areas which are great for the kids to play on.

Amish Country Campsites

campground Dundee, OH
Slow down and enjoy the relaxed pace of country life at Amish Country Campsites, located among the idyllic, rolling farmlands just 25 miles south of downtown Canton. The park is well-manicured, neighborly, and close to many unique local attractions, like Amish Door Restaurant, Lehman?s Hardware, and Walnut Creek Cheese. All of the attractions and amenities of downtown Canton are only a 30-minute drive away, including several historic sites connected to the 25th president, William McKinley. This scenic countryside is also ideal for exploring the hidden back roads, and this campground has a free map to help you plan your adventure in the countryside. The site is equipped with ten spots for tents and 50 RV sites, all with electrical and water hookups. Other on-site features include a dumping station, a bathroom with hot showers, and free firewood. Guests can also stay plugged into their laptops or television with free WiFi, and use the heating or air conditioning units at no extra charge.

Timber Ridge Campground

campground Amherst, OH
Timber Ridge Campground is a full service campground located midway between Toledo and Cleveland. There are plenty of activities in the park as well as a lot to do in the area. Facilities include seasonal sites, full hook-up 30 and 50 amp, shady and wide open sites, lots of activities for kids and adults, lap-size indoor pool, a catch and release fishing pond, adult arcade, kid?s game room, and pavilion. Timber Ridge Campground offers a family friendly environment where you can sit back and relax and let the kids play. There are so many things to keep you busy in this area that you are guaranteed not to be bored. There are lots of local attractions, shopping, dining, and wineries. At the same time, you will certainly enjoy the peace and serenity of Timber Ridge Campground in this somewhat hectic corner of Northern Ohio. Timber Ridge Campground is a smart choice if you are visiting Elyria, Ohio.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

attraction Cleveland, OH
For any of you out there who is a music fan, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is the perfect place to go. As you approach the museum, you will hear music blaring out of speakers, and there is quite often a band playing in the grounds. The design of the building is spectacular, the highlight being a glass pyramid. There is so much to see here that you should reserve the whole day for visiting. You can go to the cafe and get a light lunch, while looking out onto the lake. There are quite a few floors, so it's probably best to start at the basement. Here there is plenty of music history and many artifacts, such as instruments and clothes belonging to the stars, as well as original song notes, personal effects, and recording equipment. The exhibits come from all genres of music and different eras, starting from the early 1900s. There are less exhibits as you go up the floors , but there are interactive music booths, which are great fun for both adults and children. On the top floor, there is an auditorium which plays videos about different stars an music in general. In addition, they have temporary exhibits and evening concerts.

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