75 State Parks 17 State Forests 20 State Memorials 4 State Nature Preserves 2 State Reserves 14 State Wildlife Areas 1 National Park 1 National Forest 2 National Historic Parks 3 National Wildlife Refuges 3 Metro and City Parkss
Needs Attention - The park is very nice and we have visited for the last two weekends. 1st weekend modern restrooms were open 2nd weekend they were closed so we needed to use camp ground outhouses which did not appear to be cleaned recently. There appeared to be no rangers or staff on site the entire day with large crowd of visitors.
The beach was disgusting. - Beach was disgusting. Dont you clean up the debris Its a shame. Plus the bike path had a snow fence for a path that I guess was actually closed but someone tore it down. Path was washed away from erosion. No one from the park system checks to make sure its closed still. My tax dollars at work.
Clean up - My Husband I went to Headlands over the week end and was SHOCKED at the debri from the winter. It is usually clean by now with wonderful areas to lay your blanket. The amount of debri is terrible and dangerous Is this left garbage related to COVID Families need to enjoy the beach. Headlands is a place in Ohio we look forward to each year
Guys 30 year mark BEAST FEST - This 2019 will mark the 30th year that all the men that grew up together and some went to school together will be camping at Pymatuning State Park. We are bringing in younger Nephews, and some Cousins to keep this alive for many years to come. What a great camp ground. Our moto is, If you go away hungry, it is your own fault. We cook all the fish we catch and smoke Briskets, many Racks of ribs. Also make Breakfast and lunch the entire time we are there. Just a great place to camp.
Beautiful Pristine Waters - We kayaked the Gorge on the Fourth of July early in the morning. The cool waters are refreshing and tree cover provides shade to enjoy the day. This location gets crowded on weekends and holidays. We were the only ones in sight at 8:00am.
unhappy restrooms lost - I went to the meeting to save the restrooms. The state highway department had already made up their minds. They closed the restrooms since they were pit toilets and were being used for immoral purposes. The highway department maintained the restrooms and said people did not use them much anymore but went to businesses. I argued that some people traveling still used them to no avail
quarry trail - My daughter and I hiked the trail to the quarry on Feb.18th. The scenery was terrific; we felt the trail needed a lot of maintenance and we found it difficult to follow in several places, even with the orange blazes. Perhaps not enough people use it?