The kids are heading back to school, and the leaves are starting to change color, but that doesn’t mean the summer fun is ending in Ohio. The fun festivals and events of summer are continuing well into fall this year, so there’s no better time to fire up your RV and embark on a refreshing weekend getaway.
Clinton County Corn Festival
Celebrate the end of summer and the coming of fall at the Clinton County Fairgrounds Sept. 5-7. The Clinton County Corn Festival is a three-day-long festival celebrating fall farming at its finest. With antique farm machinery, family-friendly games, live music, arts and crafts, plenty of food and the much-anticipated Corn Olympics, this annual event is one you won’t want to miss.
Mohican Bluegrass Festival
Make your Ohio road trip the vacation of a lifetime with a trip to the 19th annual Mohican Bluegrass Festival. See some of Nashville’s biggest names in bluegrass as well as regional and local acts from Thursday evening through Saturday night. Camp on-site at Mohican Wilderness in the scenic Mohican River Valley, and you won’t have to miss a beat. The event takes place Sept. 11-13 this year, so pack your bags and make your camping reservation today.
Ohio Fish and Shrimp Festival
Ohio may not seem like one of our country’s best places for fresh fish and shrimp, but you’ll think differently after attending the Ohio Fish and Shrimp Festival in Urbana. Ohio’s annual freshwater shrimp harvest is celebrating with games, activities and even a shrimp peeling and eating contest. Delicious smoked fish products, live displays of Ohio’s freshwater creatures, a sturgeon pool and an exciting play zone will be available for visitors to enjoy as well. The event will be in full swing Friday, Sept. 19 through Sunday, Sept. 21, but you’ll want to be there Saturday at 10 a.m. for the freshwater shrimp sale.
Start Your Fall Adventures at Specialty
The RV season is year-round here at Specialty RV Sales in Lancaster, and we hope you’ll stop by to shop our huge selection of new and used RVs, parts and camping supplies when you’re passing through Ohio this year.