Beaver Creek State Park
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.
The scenere in the fall here is the best. Very peaceful and quite. Also the trails run along a beautiful creek. Just dont walk the horsetrails as I did...
Beaver Creek State Park is a great place to spend with family. It has a basketball court, picnic and fishing areas and a park with slides and swing sets for the kids. The scenery is very nice and the buildings represent the history of the area. It's also a great place to have graduation parties and other banquets. One of my favorite parks no doubt.
Love hiking here! We like to try to hike here atleast a couple time a year.
Nice trails. Most you can hear the creek.
One-lane bridge on Echo Dell Road CANNOT accommodate RVs or vehicles with trailers. To get to Park Office, Gaston's Mill, Pioneer Village, Wildlife Education Center, Archery Range, or Fitness Trail, you have to go around: From the family Campground, take Leslie Road west to State Route 7 south to Bell School Road (east) to Echo Dell Road (north); OR from the horsemen's camp or group camp, head south on County Road 428 to Cannon's Mill Road (west) to Bell School Road (west/north), then north on Echo Dell Road.