Get ready for a great new season!

Wapakoneta KOA Holiday is making plans ...are you? We are conveniently located (just a hop, skip, and a jump!) off I-75 between Lima and Dayton on Ohio's west side. We are in the perfect location for road-weary travelers to pull in, rest, and get moving again, choosing an easy Pull Thru/Full Hook-up site. Our Back in/Full hook-up sites offer green space, and the patio sites conveniently provide 'easy' camping with seating and a propane grill already at the site. Your four-legged family members are always welcome and can stretch their legs in the two fenced-in dog walks. Adults and kids alike will enjoy the heated pool from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Remember to order your pizza and snacks! - think 'less work' and 'more relaxation'!

Historic Wapakoneta is a thriving small town with cozy restaurants, antiques, boutiques, and shops! Get outside and explore the many area parks, or get inside and visit the Wapakoneta Museum or Armstrong Air & Space Museum! Trails don't have to be hiking and biking! Check out the Brews N Vines Trail or the Moon Menu Trail, each a unique way to explore the area.

At the Wapakoneta KOA Holiday, come and see what is new! We are making plans and changes each and every day that will enhance your visit and camping experience!  

Your on-site managers: Kevin & Karen

Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 80' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Pool (5/27 - 9/5)
  • Snack Bar ($)
  • Propane ($)
  • Firewood ($)
  • Pavilion
  • Dog Park
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Ways to Stay

KOA Holiday

KOA Holiday Campgrounds

Whether you’re exploring the local area or hanging out at the campground, KOA Holidays are an ideal place to relax and play. There’s plenty to do, with amenities and services to make your stay memorable. Plus, you’ll enjoy the outdoor experience with upgraded RV Sites with KOA Patio® and Deluxe Cabins with full baths for camping in comfort. Bring your family, bring your friends, or bring the whole group – there’s plenty of ways to stay and explore.

KOA Holidays Feature:

  • RV Sites with a KOA Patio®
  • Deluxe Cabins with full baths
  • Premium Tent Sites
  • Group meeting facilities

Local Area

Dayton Air Force Museum  59 minutes (62.3 miles)

This is the oldest and largest military aviation museum in the world. The Dayton Air Force Museum uses both chronological and subjective layouts to tell the exciting story of aviation development from the days of the Wright brothers at Kitty Hawk to the Space Age. Exhibits include over 300 aircraft and missiles, plus family-oriented and historically interesting aeronautical displays. Over one and a half million visitors worldwide come to Ohio each year to tour this unique free attraction. http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/

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Airstream Factory and Museum  20 minutes (15.7 miles)

Airstream factory tours are available Monday - Friday at 2:00 p.m. The production line mixes all sizes and models of Airstream, both trailers, and motorhomes. The work is done by hand. Little automation is used in the construction process. Airstream motorhomes have a fiberglass exterior, while all Airstream trailers are aluminum.

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Armstrong Air & Space Museum

Named in honor of Neil Armstrong, first man to set foot on the moon, this museum in Wapakoneta chronicles Ohio's contributions to the history of space flight. Among the items on display are a F5D Sky Lancer, the Gemini VIII spacecraft, Apollo 11 artifacts and a moon rock. In the museum's Astro-theater, multimedia presentations of the sights and sounds of space unfold against a starry background.

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Fort Recovery - 48 minutes (42 miles)

In late 1791, Miami Indians defeated General Arthur St. Clair's forces at this site along the Wabash River. Nearly three-quarters of St. Clair's men were killed or wounded in the Indian attack. In late 1793, General Anthony Wayne sent a force to build a four-blockhouse post named Recovery at the site of St. Clair's defeat. It was completed in March of 1794 and on June 30 of that year, General Wayne's army defeated a huge Indian force. This set the stage for Wayne's final triumph at Fallen Timbers in August of 1794. Today, Fort Recovery State Memorial offers visitors a glimpse of the 1790's, featuring two reconstructed blockhouses with connecting stockade, a monument, and a museum.

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