Guilford Lake State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 41
Number of Sites with Electric: 41
Guilford Lake State Park is a quiet fishing lake located in northeastern Ohio on the west fork of the Little Beaver Creek. The gentle rolling terrain of the area offers a serene escape for park visitors year round.
41 electric sites
A play area, fishing dock, drinking water, showers, flush toilets, picnic tables and fire-rings are provided.
Boats with motors up to ten horsepower are permitted on the lake.
3 Launching ramps and seasonal dock rentals are available.
Boat rentals are available from a privately-owned marina on the south side of the lake.
A half-mile hiking trail skirts the scenic lakeshore and provides opportunities for exercise and wildlife observation.
Good catches of bass, bluegill, crappie and channel catfish can be taken at Guilford Lake.
A valid Ohio fishing license is required.
An accessible fishing pier is available on the south side of the lake.
8 picnic areas with tables and grills are located at various points around the lake.
A shelterhouse is available for reservation online or by calling (866)-644-6727
A 600-foot public swimming beach is located on the northwest side of the lake.
Facilities include a bathhouse with changing booths and showers
Check for water quality advisories
More To Do
Playground equipment is located at the campground, along with volleyball and basketball courts and horseshoe pits.
The camp office also has games and sporting equipment to loan to registered campers.
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