Findley State Park

sp FINDLEYAdmission to Findley State Park is free.

Findley State Park:  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. Findley’s campground offers 272 non-electric sites in both sunny and shaded areas. The campground features showers, flush toilets, laundry facilities, dump station, game room and a fully stocked camp store. Two “Conestoga” camper cabins are under construction and should be available to rent during the summer of 2006. A recreation area with sand volleyball, a basketball court and two horseshoe pits are also available for camper use. Approximately ten miles of hiking trails, including a portion of the statewide Buckeye Trail, allow nature lovers to explore various habitats. Mountain biking is permitted on all trails, weather permitting. A scenic loop trail through diverse habitats starts and ends at the camp check-in building. Boating with electric motors only is permitted on the 93-acre lake. Two launch ramps provide access to the lake. Canoes, rowboats, and paddleboats can be rented at the marina.