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154 Use the ICON KEY on the FRONT COVER FLAP Ohio 30 23 23 103 235 75 75 Township Rd 34 From Marion/ Columbus From Lima/ Cincinatti From Toledo/ Detroit Ada Findlay Carey Bluffton Exit 145 ® 1 Bluffton/Findlay SW Just a quarter mile of I-75, this KOA lets you shift easily into relaxation mode. Here in the midst of farm country, you'll fi nd 85 spotless, fl at sites and two inviting lakes. Campers fi sh for free (no license required) in the private 12-acre lake, home to large- mouth bass, catfi sh, crappie and bluegill. For swimmers, a second lake of ers clear blue waters and a 1,000-square-foot sand beach. Deer feed in fi elds, and humming- birds, woodpeckers and songbirds fl it through the campground. Kids can ride bikes on the smooth asphalt lanes and explore the playground. Enjoy movie nights, beach parties, crafts and wagon rides. With four college campuses nearby, this KOA makes a great base as you visit students or attend athletic events. Free Wi-Fi for Value Kard Rewards members. Nov. 1–April 15 unattended honor system: no water at sites, store/bathhouse closed. Max pull thru: 100 ft. Your hosts: Bob & Elaine Harris. I-75: Take Exit 145 (SR 235, Ada, Mt. Cory) to east. In 100 ft turn left, go 0.25 mile to camp. US 30: Take SR 235 N 5.7 miles, turn right onto Township Road 34, 100 ft short of I-75 entrance. GPS: N40.914827, W83.816918 OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/bluf ton-fi ndlay RESERVATIONS 800-562-3460 • INFO 419-477-5255 3506 Township Road 34, Bluf ton, OH 45817 2 Buckeye Lake/Columbus East Boaters, water-skiers and anglers converge for fun on 3,000-acre Buck- eye Lake, east of the capital city. What better place to camp than this KOA across the street? After a day on the lake, ride an antique fi re truck and boogie to a DJ's tunes. Or relax in the wooded campground's natural beauty. A 250-seat pavilion, club room and kitchen are perfect for groups. A gem mine, sand volleyball, giant checkers/chess, shuf eboard, heated pool, games and crafts en- tertain kids. Enjoy a full breakfast on summer weekends and activities such as Super Soaker Weekend in July, chocolate slip & slide in Aug. and pumpkin painting in Oct. Book a deluxe full-hookup pull thru patio big-rig site. Check out the Jumping Pillow, mini golf, pedal karts and K9 Bark Park. Laundry open 24 hours. Visit the COSI sci- ence center and zoo in Columbus. KOA's store of ers hand-dipped ice cream, root beer fl oats, milk shakes, gifts and toys. Pool: Memorial Wknd–Labor Day Wknd. Max pull thru: 95 ft. Your hosts: Mike & Shirley Groseclose and Rhonda Rees, mgr. From I-70, Exit 129: Go south on SR 79, 1.5 miles on right. April 1 — October 31 koa.com/camp/buckeye-lake RESERVATIONS 800-562-0792 • INFO 740-928-0706 4460 Walnut Road SE, PO Box 972, Buckeye Lake, OH 43008 13 40 79 37 70 70 Exit 132 Buckeye Lake Exit 129 Exit 126 Columbus ® 30 95 97 97 60 3 3 71 BUTLER Bellville Haysville Loudonville Cleveland Columbus Bunker Hill Rd. Exit 165 2 mi. 3 mi. 6 mi. ® 3 Butler/Mohican Time stands still here in Amish Country, a lush landscape of rolling hills and quiet country roads where farms are still worked with horse and plow. Enjoy the heated pool, hiking trails and fi shing lake. Weekend activities include fi re truck rides, hayrides, family movies, themed activities and crafts. For more family fun, head to the game room and play Ping-Pong, air hockey, shuf eboard, pool, darts, foosball and bumper pool. This KOA also features a playground, volleyball court, basket- ball court, pedal karts and horseshoes. Nearby Mohican State Park of ers a climb to the top of a fi re tower as well as hiking, biking and bridle trails. The park also features a covered bridge, Clearfork Gorge and the scenic Mohican River. Take a short drive to nearby Malabar Farm or shop for Amish furniture, crafts and baked goods. Attend the Great Mohican Pow-Wow and the Prairie Peddler Festival. Pool: Memorial Wknd–Labor Day Wknd. Max pull thru: 100 ft. Your hosts: Tom and Bev Bulen. I-71 Exit 165 to 97E: Go 12 mi thru Bellville and Butler. R on Bunker Hill Rd, S 2 mi. May 1 — October 26 koa.com/camp/butler RESERVATIONS 800-562-8719 • INFO 419-883-3314 6918 Bunker Hill South Road, Butler, OH 44822

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