Entrance to this park is $6 per vehicle and $7 on days when swimming is available to the public. Visitors to this public park can enjoy a relaxing afternoon in the picnic areas. Each picnic section is furnished with appropriate shelters to provide shade from the sun. There is also playground equipment and plenteous picturesque hiking trails which are well-suited to both hiking and cross-country skiing in season. For those wishing to prepare their meal on site, there is public access to barbecues. Bathrooms which include showers are also available public use.
Lake Erie's waters are well-renowned as a beloved place to swim. Swimming is accessible to all visitors but only on designated days and at specified times. For fans of bird watching, Lake Erie is a favorite gathering place for many different species of birds who migrate to Lake Erie's shores. Other recreational activities at this facility include biking, canoeing, fishing, hiking, disc golf, and in the winter months, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing.
Dogs are welcomed at this family-friendly park; however, park officials do enforce certain regulations. All dogs on the premises must be crated or kept securely on a lead that is 10 feet in length or less. Pets are not permitted in the bathroom or swimming sections of the park. In addition to this, they are prohibited from entering any public buildings or on trails designated for use by cross-country skiers.
Park officials require there be no more than two pets per campsite. Though there are no other official regulations governing park use, it is wise for all dogs to be current on vaccinations and to bear the appropriate required state license tag. It is unknown if fresh drinking water or poop bags are provided on site. It is, however, required that all owners pick up and properly dispose of all canine waste materials. For a relaxing day or overnight stay at the beach, consider a trip to Lake Erie State Park.