Geneva State Park encompasses a total area of 698 acres and can be found near Cleveland, which is a major city in Ohio and on the shores of Lake Erie. To get to the park, just travel off State Route 534, east of Cleveland. The park is right at the shore of Lake Erie, which is a shallow lake that offers a natural sandy beach that is the delight of swimmers.
The lake is also a favorite for nature enthusiasts that can experience the freshwater marshes at the edge of the lake as well as the mature woodlots that beautifully complement the lake. Besides the enjoyment of the natural beauty of the Geneva State Park, there are plenty of other activities that you can enjoy. Some of the popular activities at the park include picnicking, camping, hunting, fishing, swimming, boating, and hiking.
During the winter months, you could also enjoy ice fishing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. Amenities at the park to facilitate the above activities include campsites, lodges, picnic areas, picnic shelters, boat ramps, marina, fuel dock, fish cleaning station, game courts, hiking trails, and a lot more. If you choose to bring your dog along for some fun, exercise, or activity at the park just remember to follow state park rules to avoid any inconvenience to yourself or to others.
Some of the park rules that you must follow with regards to your dog are as follows. First, you must avoid letting your dog wander to areas that are not designated as pet-friendly areas. Keeping your dog on a leash that is no longer than six feet long is also a must. If you choose to stay over and camp at the park, you should be aware that there is a limit of only two pets/dogs per campsite. It is also a good idea to make sure that you carry some poop bags with you so that you can clean up after your pooch.