Findley State Park
25381 State Route 58
Findley State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 271
Number of Sites with Electric: 90
Once a state forest, Findley State Park is heavily wooded with stately pines and various hardwoods. The scenic hiking trails allow nature lovers to view spectacular wildflowers and observe wildlife. The fields, forests and quiet waters offer a peaceful refuge for visitors.
90 electric sites
181 non-electric sites
Showers, flush toilets, laundry facilities, dump station, game room and a fully stocked camp store
Pets are permitted on all sites
Playground equipment, and a recreation area with sand volleyball, a basketball court and two horseshoe pits are available for camper use
Nature center located in the campground
2 walk-in, organized group camp area both accommodate up to 40 people. Contact the park office for details.
3 "Conestoga" camper cabins are available from April through October
Pets are not permitted in the camper cabins or on the site
Boating with electric motors only is permitted on the 93-acre lake.
Two launch ramps provide access to the lake.
Canoes, rowboats, and 2-person kyaks can be rented at the marina
Hunting and Fishing
Hunting for migratory waterfowl only is permitted in designated areas.
The lake is well stocked with largemouth bass, bluegill and crappie.
A valid Ohio hunting and/or fishing license is required.
Approximately 16 miles of hiking/biking trails
Mountain biking is permitted on all trails, weather permitting. Bicycle helmets are highly recommended.
Black Locust Trail • 0.4 Miles • Easy
Creekbank Trail • 1/2 Mile • Easy
Hickory Grove Trail • 1.1 Miles • Easy
Lake Trail • 1/2 Mile • Easy
Larch Trail • 1.1 Miles • Easy
Spillway Trail • 0.8 Miles • Easy
Wyandot Trail • 1 Mile • Easy
Thorn Trail mountain bike trail
Single 8 mile loop bicycle track (see map in .pdf format) which has challenges for both novices and experts. Bicycle helmets are highly recommended
The trail offers level terrain through heavily wooded areas as well as steep short climbs, fast winding sections, bank turns and north shore obstacles
Novice riders can pass by these areas
The trail can be accessed from many locations throughout the park
The official start is at the north end of the park at the dam parking lot
Buckeye Trail • 1.6 Miles • Easy-Difficult
435-foot beach with a concession
Check for water quality advisories
8 Picnic areas are located in scenic areas around the park.
1 picnic shelter complete with electricity is available by reservation online or by calling (866)-644-6727
More To Do
Disc golf course
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