WASHINGTON — If you’re someone who enjoys boondocking, you’re sure to have discovered the treasures to be found in the US National Forests. Some of these tracts are huge, and most of them include at least some variety of campsites.
The Wayne National Forest, in our home state of Ohio, is small compared to some of the western lands. Nevertheless, it offers several options. Some National Forest campgrounds are developed, with running water and even a showerhouse here and there. Mostly, though, they’re primitive, with simple sites that include a picnic table and a nearby vault toilet.
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