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Printed off the permit and pulled in on a Saturday, late morning to find a decent spot left. Recommend that you get there earlier to secure one of the lakeside spots in the Bicentennial campground. Restrooms weren't great but it's what you'd expect from a...More
Myself and two friends spent a week motorcycling the twisty back roads in Eastern Ohio. We made our base camp in Sand Hollow campground (Camp C) in the AEP Recreation Land. Free (permit required) well spaced camps with nice lake views, potable water available, no...More
My husband and I along with our 3 dogs camped in the Bicentennial Campground K for Labor Day weekend. My husband went early Friday morning to pick a good spot so we had enough space for the dogs so they wouldn't bother anyone. We stayed...More
This is a huge multi use area ( hiking, bridle, mountain biking, camping, hunting, fishing) free to the public with a use permit you can print out online. I think it's great the land is being reclaimed, but I am a little sick of every...More
We arrived at K Bicentennial and it was full. So we went to Sawmill which was almost full but no water. Went to C Sandhollow about half full we found a big water front site and set up. We had a pop up and a...More
after the strip mining of the area, AEP did an excellent job of bring the land back. it provides average for hunting ponds for fishing. a large block of land contains The Wilds which provides wide open land for wild animals found mostly in African...More