This 677-acre state park located on the north side of Kelleys Island features camping, boating, fishing, swimming and hiking and biking trails. Families will love the public, sandy swimming beach with direct, shallow access to the calm waters of Lake Erie. There are no lifeguards on duty, but there are public restrooms located in the parking area.
Families can use the public boat ramp to launch boats or kayaks. Kayak rentals are also available at the beach from Memorial Day to Labor Day. A large stone fishing pier is great for catching perch or walleye and there is a fish cleaning house at the campground area. Several hiking and biking trails from one to five miles can be found weaving throughout the park from novice to intermediate skill levels.
Small parking lots for golf carts and vehicles are available.