Great Seal State Park

Admission to Great Seal State Park is free.

Great Seal State Park is dedicated to the wilderness spirit of Ohio. The history of the Shawnee nation and Ohio’s early statehood is centered in these rugged hills. Challenging trails take visitors to scenic vistas of distant ridgetops and the Scioto Valley below. These very hills are depicted on the Great Seal of the State of Ohio, from which the park gets its name. Twenty-two miles of trails are available to hikers, mountain bikers, and horsemen. The terrain varies from steep to gently rolling. It is advised that horses and hikers be well conditioned for these trails. Volleyball, basketball and horseshoe courts are located in day-use areas of the park. Playground equipment is also available for youngsters. An 18-basket disc golf course is located at the Ireland picnic area.