Beaver Creek State Park, East Liverpool

#36 of 109 in Nature in Ohio
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Beaver Creek State Park is a 2,722-acre (1,102 ha) public recreation area in Columbiana County, Ohio in the United States. The park is near East Liverpool on the banks of Little Beaver Creek. Remnants of the historic Sandy and Beaver Canal can be found throughout the park. It is open for year-round recreation including, camping, boating, hunting, fishing and hiking.
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  • Great little park with some nice attractions such as a playground, the Grist Mill, some horse trails. This is a fun place for fishing, family-friendly hiking trails and a small creek with Class I-II.....  more »
  • trails go through some awesome areas, creek and valley are stunning scenery. mills/buildings have grafitti, and are a little run down. but still cool to see locks and how goods were transported...  more »
  • Gorgeous rustic camping! If you are interested in truly enjoying nature this park is perfect!! It is probably not a good fit for those who tend to enjoy resort style camping though. Gorgeous mountain views and quiet natural setting.
  • Pretty place but utterly abandoned during the week - park office closed and no workers anywhere I saw. Nice walking path along creek and cool preserved old buildings but again, they were all locked up with no access. Campground was so so. Lookout trail was overgrown and chewed up by horses.

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