Beaver Creek State Park, in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, is one of Ohio's most scenic parks • The park includes Little Beaver Creek, a state and national wild and scenic river, and 2,722 acres of forest wilderness • The rich history of the area invites visitors to explore Gaston's Mill, pioneer village and abandoned canal locks • Nearby is a 2,105 acre Wildlife Area
Posted by: TrailAPI
on March 8, 2013
Camping, cabins, boating, fishing, swimming, trails, mountain biking, picnicking, horseback riding, hunting, winter recreation
Cabins, Dump Station, Grill, Hookup - Electric, Pets OK, Picnic Table, Vault Toilet
$26-$30 per night
Q: do they have horse rentals -Steve Davis
A: The state park doesn't rent horses, but there are private outfitters around the park that guide trips - they may also rent horses for individual trips.
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The campground at Beaver Creek is located on the ridge top above the creek and the restored Mill run by the state park. The campground has electric sites for RV's as well as primitive sites for tents. Check out the sites in the Pines (road to left just past entry) for a quiet spot. Park is very nice with trails for hiking & mountain biking, a historic village of restored buildings, and a large equestrian trail system. The creek itself is a great place to canoe or kayak, with only riffles for the most part. Best section for paddling would be between the access point in Elkton and the group camp at Sprucevale (Gretchen's Lock).
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