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A few of my friends and I are looking to go on a remote camping trip. Ideally, we would like to park our cars and hike for a day or two to a remote camping spot, ideally a nice lake or other water supply, and camp there for 5 days. Then hike back. We want to be as far away from civilization and people as possible. We are willing to drive about a 120 mile radius from Cleveland.

Does anybody know of any locations that would fit these parameters? Thanks!
 

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I've stayed in the lodge in salt fork, I didn't think the land there was large enough to hike that far away from vehicles?
 

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A few of my friends and I are looking to go on a remote camping trip. Ideally, we would like to park our cars and hike for a day or two to a remote camping spot, ideally a nice lake or other water supply, and camp there for 5 days. Then hike back. We want to be as far away from civilization and people as possible. We are willing to drive about a 120 mile radius from Cleveland.

Does anybody know of any locations that would fit these parameters? Thanks!

To the best of my knowledge, any Ohio State Park requires you to camp in particular area's -
http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/parks/outdoorfun/backpacking/tabid/492/Default.aspx

Cuyahoga Valley National Park is the same.



Wayne National Forest allows off trail camping.


I'm not familiar with them, but might try over in PA -
http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/parks/index.aspx
 

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I've stayed in the lodge in salt fork, I didn't think the land there was large enough to hike that far away from vehicles?

Part of the Buckeye Trail goes through the park. Likewise the bridle trails might also be dual-use and allow hikers.
 
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