With seven miles of trails in East Harbor Park split between 11 routes, you can experience the vast wildlife in many different habitats. Enthusiasts of the outdoors will have the time of their lives as they trek through lush wetland landscapes and then retreat to comfortable East Harbor State Park cabins or hotels to gather themselves for the next day's hiking trail.
A relatively easy trail, this half-mile moderately trafficked trail loops around and features beautiful wildflowers. Good for all skill levels, the trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird-watching and is accessible year-round.
A favorite among bird-watchers, this 0.25mi. trail offers an abundance of opportunities to observe waterfowl that will captivate any birdwatcher. Additionally, migratory songbirds make pitstops here before continuing on their journey. Wildlife enthusiasts will enjoy observing the numerous reptiles and amphibians, including the green frog and painted turtle.
This 2mi. trail lies near a well-kept boardwalk and offers a number of activity points. Sandy in some places, this trail offers a beautiful view of the beach and of Lake Erie. Make sure to bring your camera, as many different species of wildlife can be seen.
A beach, fine fishing and a beautiful view of Lake Erie greet visitors from nearby East Harbor State Park cabins and East Harbor State Park hotels. Close to many recreation opportunities of the Lake Erie region, this park is a prime haven for Lake Erie campers.
East Harbor State Park offers 225 electric sites, as well as 126 premium electric sites, for your camping adventure. If you prefer to go more natural, the park also offers 189 non-electric sites, as well as a fish cleaning building, bike rental, and showers. Free WiFi access is also available at the camp store for registered campers.
Lake Erie offers unprecedented horsepower boating opportunities. The park's marina provides seasonal and day-use dock rentals, fuel, launch ramp, full-time mechanic, boat supplies, and a restaurant for the family to eat at after a long day of boating.
An East Harbor State Park staple, there are 18 holes of disc golf, not including a practice hole. The course is located near the Lockwood Shelter House, and all you have to do is bring your own equipment.