Beaver Creek State Park

 

Campground Type
State Park

Location:
12021 Echo Dell Road
East Liverpool, Ohio 43920

Phone:
330-385-3091 866-644-6727

Web:
Beaver Creek State Park

Campground Details

Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 109
Number of Sites with Electric: 6

Beaver Creek State Park, in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, is one of Ohio's most scenic parks. The park includes Little Beaver Creek, a state and national wild and scenic river, and 2,722 acres of forest wilderness. The rich history of the area invites visitors to explore Gaston's Mill, pioneer village and abandoned canal locks. Nearby is a 2,105 acre Wildlife Area

Camping
6 electric sites
44 non-electric sites
59 non-electric equestrian sites
Dump station
Pet camping is permitted on designated sites
A group camp area can accommodate organized groups up to 125 people and is available for reservation
Equestrian camp offers 59 primitive sites with water, latrines and tie-ups for those wishing to use the park's bridle trails • Sites are available on a "first come, first served basis" only

Getaway Rentals
2 Tepees are available for rent from April - October

Boating
Little Beaver Creek offers one of the most enjoyable canoe trips in the state of Ohio.
Swift currents and breathtaking scenery are highlights of a trip through the Little Beaver Creek gorge.
Be sure to wear a personal flotation device and be alert for potential hazards.
The creek is navigable by canoe or rubber raft only.

Fishing
Stream fishing is excellent for smallmouth bass and rock bass
A valid Ohio fishing license is required

Trails
7 hiking only trails

Fitness Trail • 1/2 Mile • Easy
Logan's Loop Trail • 1/2 Mile • Easy
Nature Center Trail • 0.2 Miles • Easy
Overlook Trail • 0.3 Miles • Easy
Oak Hill Trail • 1 Mile • Moderate
Upper Vondergreen Trail • 1 Mile • Moderate

4 mountain biking trails that also permit hiking

Pine Ridge Trail • 1/2 Mile • Easy
Fisherman's Trail • 1/2 Mile • Easy
Dogwood Trail • Moderate
Lower Vondergreen Trai • 3.25 Miles • Moderate
Vondergreen, and Dogwood trails are technical mountain bike trails • Both offer great scenery, technical climbs, and fun downhills • Not for the beginner (unless you take it slow) • Stop by the park office, and they will give you trail head directions and maps • Read more on the Cleveland Area Mountain Bike Association web site

23 miles of bridle trails provide access for horse and rider through the valley
The Dogwood, Pine Ridge and Vondergreen trails on the north side of Little Beaver Creek are part of the extensive North Country Trail system

Picnicking
3 picnic areas are scenically located and provide restrooms, tables and grills
1 picnic shelter is available on a first-come, first-served basis


Hunting
Hunting is permitted in designated areas
A valid Ohio hunting license is required

Winter Recreation (conditions permitting)
Sledding

More To Do
The park's nature center houses fascinating natural history displays
The pioneer village and Gaston's Mill come to life during the annual Pioneer Craft Days event held in the fall
Horseshoe pits near the pioneer village
Playground equipment is available at the picnic areas and in the campground
Archery range

Area Attractions
Williamsport Chapel is situated on a high bluff near the campground • This fine, old structure was purchased in 1965 and restored by the Columbiana County Forests and Parks Council • Today, nondenominational church services are offered mid-May through September
Two nearby state parks, Guilford Lake and Jefferson Lake, offer additional camping, swimming and boating opportunities • Guilford Lake, near Lisbon, accepts boats with up to ten horsepower motors • Jefferson Lake, near Richmond (Ohio), welcomes boats with electric motors only
Highlandtown Wildlife Area, off State Route 39, manages 2,105 acres for hunting and fishing • Boats with electric motors only are permitted on the 170-acre lake
The Ohio Historical Society's Museum of Ceramics is located in East Liverpool • The museum highlights the social history of East Liverpool through life-size dioramas portraying pottery production around 1900 • Tours are available March through November
 

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