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Discover Lebanon, OH


In the southwestern corner of Ohio between Dayton and Cincinnati, you can rent an RV and explore the incredible little city of Lebanon. This suburb in the Cincinnati metropolitan area is loaded with historical sites, beautiful parks, and amazing shopping areas full of fine dining spots and lively nightlife hangouts. Lebanon was founded in the late 1700s by settlers from Bourbon County in Kentucky, who chose to settle on Turtle Creek, a tributary of the Little Miami River.


With Interstate 71 flowing through town, Columbus and beyond is accessible to you when you book an RV in Lebanon, Ohio. Aside from the amazing local attractions, there are many events held throughout the year in town, including the Warren County Fair, Lebanon Blues Festival, Country Applefest, and the Christmas Festival.


Explore the Outdoors


Part of the appeal of Lebanon is its 350 acres of land dedicated to outdoor recreation and enjoyment, most of which exists in the form of wonderful little parks. Harmon Park has lots of recreational fields and facilities including a disc golf course as well as a picnic pavilion and a playground for children to use.


Will and Harriet Ecological Park is the sight of many of Lebanon’s festivals including the Oktoberfest held each year. There is also a lengthy bicycle and hiking trail that runs alongside the park and beyond for those that like to explore through alternative means.


Take your Lebanon camper rental out of town and you can find lots of exciting possibilities within an hour’s drive. Cowans Lake State Park is open year round and has a marina where boats can launch and anglers can purchase supplies. Mountain biking and hiking are also fun here, but the park is mostly known for its stunning fossils from millions of years ago, when much of Ohio was covered in inland seas.


Caesar Creek State Park is another fine place to see when touring the area with a Lebanon motorhome rental, with almost 8,000 acres and 80 miles of trails. Caesar Creek also has an amazing educational nature center with natural history exhibits and a pioneer village that demonstrates what an old village from over 200 years ago would have been like.


Wayne National Forest is a bit farther away but well worth a visit in your Lebanon RV rental. Serving as the only national forest in the state, it has over 200,000 acres of forested land and lots of beautiful views.


No trip to Ohio would be complete without a visit to Cuyahoga National Park which is located just outside of Cleveland. It is one of the rare national parks in the area and one of the smallest, too.


Perhaps the most interesting site in all of Ohio is the Hopewell Culture National Historical Park only a half hour away from Lebanon. This sacred space is fascinating with lots of earthen mounds and primitive structures built over 2,000 years ago, proving to be some of the oldest on the continent.


City Sightseeing


Lebanon is an interesting city when it comes down to it, as it offers a unique blend of history, culture, elegant dining, vivacious nightlife, and fantastic shopping. With nearby metropolitan areas, Lebanon is within driving distance of many attractions, but you really don’t need to leave town to enjoy your vacation when you rent an RV.


Most of the main attractions in town are historically significant and offer visitors lots of insight into the local culture and how the town was formed. The Golden Lamb Inn & Restaurant is the Buckeye State’s longest continuously running business. Built in 1803, the Golden Lamb has long since been a stopping point for weary travelers. This amazing building is well worth the visit for the food alone, but they also have two museum rooms dedicated to housing local artifacts as well, so you can learn a thing or two.


Glendower State Memorial is an awe-inspiring mansion built in the 19th century and widely considered to be one of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture in the region. The grounds at Glendower State Memorial are often used for Civil War reenactments, and the Warren County Historical Society provides the public with walking tours during the summer months. The Harmon Museum of Art and History is yet another unforgettable institute in Lebanon that seeks to provide knowledge to the general public. With four floors of art installations, cultural artifacts, and historical archives, you’ll need multiple visits to see everything.


RV Parks to Visit


Lebanon and the surrounding areas are not short on places to stay with the Lebanon travel trailer rental.


Olive Branch Campground is just outside of town to the east and features a pool, basketball courts, a camp store, game room, and fishing pond for you to enjoy.


Lebanon/Cincinnati NE KOA is located in town and has a pool, event pavilion, and dog park. Caesar Creek State Park has an extraordinary campground with over 280 finely kept camping sites. With its many hiking trails, you can get lost in the serene outdoors surrounding beautiful Caesar Creek Lake.

RV Rentals in Lebanon, OH

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

There are many popular rentals in Lebanon. Outdoorsy's Lebanon 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 Lebanon are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Mammoth Cave National Park, Hocking Hills State Park, Cumberland Gap National Historic Park, and Clifty Falls.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Geology Trail and Wildflower Trail Loop Union Ohio
Clifty Falls State Park Loop Trail Madison Indiana
Cantwell Cliffs Loop Rockbridge Ohio
Zaleski Loop Trail Wilkesville Ohio
Ault Park Trails Cincinnati Ohio
Highbanks Metro Park Trail Lewis Center Ohio
Grandma Gatewood Trail - Old Man's Cave to Ash Cave Logan Ohio
Rock House Rockbridge Ohio
Glen Helen Multi-Trail Loop Yellow Springs Ohio
Devou Park Trail Covington Kentucky

Nearby Dumpstations

Levi Holdings, Inc (formerly Mac-del, Inc)

1655 Rich Rd, 149A off I-70 E; W to 2nd light Richmond, IN 47374
truck wash, tank cleaning, Call for information.

Ryder Trucks

3244 Chester Blvd Richmond, IN 473741015
Closed Mon, 05:30AM-04:00PM Tue-Fri, 03:30AM-03:00PM Sat, Closed Sun, maintenance , lounge , motel , resturants , showers-men

Weigh Station

Richmond Indiana Richmond, IN 47374
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Pacific Pride Commercial

845 Progress Dr. Richmond, IN 47374
Network Super Plus, Blue Card, Network Card

Meijer

2507 Chester Blvd Richmond, IN 47374
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Camping World

2250 Williamsburg Pike Richmond, IN 47374
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Rentals, Dutchmen, Fleetwood, Forest River, Four Winds, Keystone RV, Open Range, Palomino RV, Tiffin, Spartan Chassis, Certified Techs (SR) (D)

Selking International

1585 N.W. 11th Street Richmond, IN 47374
International, Sales Dept. Hours Monday - Friday 8:00a.m. to 5:00p.m., Parts Dept Hours Monday - Friday 7:00a.m. to 6:00p.m., Saturday 7:00a.m. to Noon, Service Dept Hours Monday - Friday 7:00a.m. to 6:00p.m., Saturday 7:00a.m. to Noon, Services Offered All makes parts & service, road service, wrecker service, mobile maintenance, International-Cat-Cummins diesel engines, Idealease and daily rentals., Fleet Charge Accepted: Yes, Chassi repair (SR) (D)

Kmart

3150 National Rd W Richmond, IN 47374
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Weigh Station

West Harrison Indiana Harrison, IN 47060
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Whitewater Valley Mack Parts

817 Progress Dr Richmond, IN 473748405
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Nearby Campgrounds

Indian Springs Campground

campground North Bend, OH
Indian Springs Campground is located in North Bend, Ohio. They have 60 sites and many lakeside sites! The Campground can take care of everything from camping with a big rig to a pop-up. The location is convenient for people who want to enjoy southern Ohio. They are 20 minutes from Cincinnati 20 minutes from northern Kentucky.The facilities include 60 sites with electric, water, and sewer, 20/30/50 amp, 13 pull-thru sites, 47 lakeside sites, big rig sites, and bath house. The amenities include playground, walking trail, 16 acre lake, fishing, canoes, pedal boats, and barber shop. One of the downsides, for some people, is that the Campground is located close to the Interstate so you have to deal with highway noise. If you are looking for a place to call home for a day or two while enjoying the local attractions, Indian Springs will serve you well. The staff are friendly and welcoming and strive to make your stay enjoyable.

Carew Tower

attraction Cincinnati, OH
Visit the 49th floor Observation Deck for panoramic views of the region, this is the second tallest building in Cincinnati. It is said that this French Art Deco design was used as the model for the Empire State Building in New York City.

Dayton KOA

campground Brookville, OH
Dayton KOA just outside of Dayton, Ohio, offers full hookup sites in a place with a "woodsy" feeling. It's almost like camping in a national park, with plenty of trees for shade. The pull-through sites have lots of space, and the campground staff will lead you to your site. Back ins are level and gravel. Each site has a fire ring. There is plenty for kids to do here including playing basketball, fishing in the pond, or swimming in the large swimming pool. There is a playground, mini golf and a cafe. Bathrooms are clean and well-kept, and the staff are friendly and helpful. Bikes, peddle boats, and golf carts are available to rent, and staff will deliver firewood to your campsite. There is a calendar of events happening here all season, so you will never be bored, and the camp store can supply your camping needs. The campground features picnic areas, cabins, tent sites, and open pavilions. The beauty of this place will surprise you.

Buck Creek State Park

campground Springfield, OH
A few miles east of Springfield, Ohio, is located the beautiful and well cared for Buck Creek State Park, with lovely green lawns affording plenty of space between the camping sites. Suitable for both RV access and tented camping, the campground at Buck Creek State Park offers plumbed restrooms with hot showers, a laundry, hookups with 30 amp electric, and a family friendly environment where pets are also allowed. A big rig will be able to get in here, but unfortunately there are no pull throughs, although the pads are blacktop and mostly level, and some of the sites are really close to the lake. Plenty of shade, beach access, a boat ramp and marina, plus walking and biking trails make for a pleasant outdoor stay, whether you're here for a night, or for a whole season. The sites are very secluded and quiet, and the park is well maintained.

Cincinnati Zoo

attraction Cincinnati, OH
One of the top zoos in the country, the Cincinnati Zoo offers educational opportunities where you can learn about conservation of endangered species, have encounters with animals, enjoy a family fun train ride, or delight in the 4-D special theater. Or check out exhibitions such as World of the Insect, Monkey Island, Cat Canyon and so much more.

Cincinnati Museum

attraction Cincinnati, OH
Previously a passenger railroad station this multi-museum offers interesting Art Deco architecture to admire. Inside you have a choice between Cincinnati History Museum, the Duke Energy Children's Museum, the Museum of Natural History and Science and an OMNIMAX Theater. There are 1.8 million artifacts, works of art to discover.

Steamboat Bend Campground

campground Cincinnati, OH
Steamboat Bend is located in a 1,030 acre Woodland Mound on the east side of Cincinnati. Accessible from downtown Cincinnati you'll only be 20 minutes away. This campground is nestled on the shores of the Ohio River. There are 55 tree-lined campsites each equipped with water and 30 amp electric hookups, picnic table and fire ring. This location only takes payment for stays of 1 week or longer. The weekly fee is inexpensive and might be a good chance to test out the RV lifestyle in a RV rental.

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