Silver Springs Park
5238 Young Road, Stow, Ohio 44224
2017 Camping Season: April 1, 2017 – October 31, 2017
Site fees: $10.00/night for Stow residents and $12.00/night for non-residents.
About the Campground
Silver Springs Campground is owned by the City of Stow, and operated by the Parks and Recreation Department for 40 years. Nestled in Silver Springs Park in the Northeast corner of Stow, it is one of only a few municipally-operated campgrounds in Ohio. The City has been providing outdoor recreational opportunities at this site for three and a half decades, and the public has really taken advantage of it. They appreciate being able to enjoy the outdoor camping experience so close to home.
Campers have access to many amenities throughout Silver Springs Park while camping, including fishing at Heritage Lake, hiking on the trails in the woods, tot lot fun at SOAR playground, dog exercise at Bow Wow Beach, active recreation at the tennis/horseshoe/basketball courts, and throw-together games and activities in the many open fields. The campground is also adjacent to the Metro Parks’ Bike and Hike Trail. The facility has 27 campsites, some open and some shaded.
- Picnic table
- Fire ring
- Adjustable grill
- Electrical hook-ups
Water spigots are scattered around the campground. A trailer dump station is available for mobile units. Portable restrooms are on site, flush restrooms are nearby at our ball field complex.
How To Acquire a Camping Site
Unfortunately we do no accept site reservations. Availability is on a first-come, first-served basis. Pets are permitted (on a leash) and firewood is available for a modest fee. Camping clubs are welcome. The site fee is $10.00/night for Stow residents and $12.00/night for non-residents.
FOR SILVER SPRINGS CAMPGROUND DIRECTIONS AND RULES, CHECK OUT OUR CAMPGROUND BROCHURE.
Read about the Campground!
|November 2014||Silver Springs Campground’s 39th Year Is A Record-Breaker|
|November 2013||Stow Silver Springs Campground Sets a New Record for 2013|
|March 2013||Stow Campground Opens April 1|
|February 2013||Stow’s 36-year Old Campground a New Discovery for Some|