This nearly 4,000-acre park, located between Cleveland & Pittsburgh, is one of the most visited state parks in Ohio, with over two-million visitors annually, offers year-round recreational activities. During the summer months, water recreation rules on this, Ohio's second largest inland lake. Bring the family and fish, swim or rent a pontoon boat, paddle board or kayak.
The park offers 234 campsites, including 218 with electrical hook-ups that are situated among tall trees in a mature forest as well as those with shoreline access and panoramic views.
Fishing is popular throughout the year, with plentiful catches of walleye, bass, northern pike and crappies. Bird enthusiasts and walkers alike can become one with nature on 15 miles of hiking trails which meander through the park and along the lake's shoreline.