Guilford Lake State Park is a quiet fishing lake located in northeastern Ohio on the west fork of the Little Beaver Creek. The gentle rolling terrain of the area offers a serene escape for park visitors year round.
Camping, boating, hiking, fishing, picnicking, swimming, hunting, ice skating, ice fishing
Drinking Water, Dump Station, Fire Ring, Flush Toilet, Grill, Pets OK, Picnic Table, Playground, Showers
$20-$30 per night
Q: Do you have rates for all year long and do you have water hookup? -Guest
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Reviews of Guilford Lake State Park
Reviewed by Cleseure on June 26, 2014
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I really enjoyed this small, quaint little state park campground. It wasn't terribly private, but it was a week ight when we were there, so not full and very pleasant. Several of the campsites have fishing docks. The restroom/showers were fairly new and updated and quite comfortable for a state park, with the stone flooring some people put in garages. The swimming area was quite small, but clean. There is a larger one in the state park swimming area around the lake too. We rented a paddleboar and enjoyed the lake that way. There isn't much around, but there is a superwalmart in Salem, and a natural spring there too, with great free drinking water (1/4 mile up the hill on Egypt road). Gets 4 for nice restrooms, quaint atmosphere, only gets 4 b/c not so private, not much else around,
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