Findley State Park
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Introduction

Surrounded by breathtaking views of grand pines and lovely hardwoods, Findley State Park is an outdoor enthusiasts' dream, featuring Sand Stone quarries that showcase the beauty of the park, along with it's rich agriculture. Located in Wellington, Ohio this state park is an absolute must for your next RV excursion. You'll have a vast array of outdoor recreation in a unique forest setting. From hiking and boating to fishing and swimming, Findley State Park offers a wide variety of outdoor fun.

The forest views of Findley State Park are spectacular, growing on an abandoned farm. You will enjoy taking in the forest air while being surrounded by unique wildflowers, including woodland asters, marsh marigold, and bloodroot. There are a diverse amount of wildflower species in the park and loads of wildlife including beavers, raccoons, white-tailed deer, and red foxes. Historians will fall in love with the area as they learn about the bedrock that underlies Findley State Park.

As soon as you park your RV at Findley State Park you can wander out onto one of the many trails around the park. For mountain bikers, there is Thorn Mountain Bike Trail, which is perfect for those looking for technical climbs. The Buckeye Trail is popular for those who enjoy running in marathons. Findley State Park is a great RV destination no matter when you visit.

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Transportation in Findley State Park

Driving

Findley State Park is very easy to access by car or RV, since it is located in Wellington, OH, off of State Route 58. Local roads take you to various locations in the park should you wish to explore, from the Marina and Disc Golf Course to the campground and trails. There are no driving restrictions for trailers or RVs in the park, so you will be able to get around easily, whether you're in your camper or another vehicle.

There are numerous options for parking trailers and RVs, with two lots in the park. You will be able to locate spots at the Recreation Area and trail heads. Of course, if you are staying overnight, parking is available at the campground. With over 16 miles of hiking and biking trails located within the park it will be easy to get around on foot or by bike once you park the rig.

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Campgrounds and parking in Findley State Park

Campsites in Findley State Park

Reservations camping

Homerville KOA

Immerse yourself in the great outdoors while at the Homerville KOA. Fish in the creeks, watch wildlife from the pavilion or play in the pool. Settle into a grassy RV site with full hookups powered with 50-amp service. Sites can accommodate rigs up to 60 feet. You’ll find firewood and propane plentiful and available for purchase. Keep connected with the Wi-Fi and browse the numerous attractions surrounding the lush grounds of the Homerville KOA. Cleveland and Akron are within an hour’s drive and offer access to big-city attractions and culture.

Findley State Park Campground

Findley State Park offers 254 pet-friendly campsites available for RVs and tents year-round. The campsites are categorized as Findley Electric and Findley Non-Electric. Some of the sites offer no hookups, but others provide access to water and electricity. There are also 15 sites offering full hookups. Amenities at the campground include showers, comfort stations, and a dump station. Each site has a gravel or concrete pad, picnic table, and fire ring.

You'll be in close proximity to the trails and recreational area including a playground, volleyball court, a basketball court, and horseshoe pits. The campground is close enough to the lake that you can enjoy gorgeous waterfront views within walking distance. There is a two-night minimum stay for regular weekends and on holidays a three-night minimum. Reservations can be made up to six months in advance.

First-come first-served

First-Come, First-Served Campsites

If you are looking for a great park and do not have a reservation, Findley State Park provides campers without reservations to utilize available Walk-In campsites. There are 27 campsites and five electric sites available on a first-come, first-served basis. Should you arrive when the office is closed, complete the self-registration envelope at the camp office, left of the bulletin board. These campsites provide comfort stations, showers, picnic tables, and fire rings. If you are lucky enough to snag one of these coveted spots you can enjoy all of the amenities of the campground including nearby recreational areas, a playground, and access to all the fun at the lake.

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Seasonal activities in Findley State Park

In-Season

Fishing

Bring your best fishing rod and reel when you come to Findley State Park. The state park lake will let you test how good of a angler you are while you fish for bluegill and largemouth bass. Stay close to the shoreline for better success. If you are an Ohio Resident you will need a valid fishing license, while nonresidents may purchase a one-day fishing license, three-day nonresident tourist's fishing license, or an annual nonresident fishing license.

Mountain Biking

Findley State Park is a perfect place to bring your bike and cruise out into the forest trail. After you park your RV you can cycle down the Thorn Mountain Bike Trail, which is a nine-mile trail filled with turns and fast winding sections. Another amazing biking trail is the nearly two-mile Buckeye Trail, where you can trek along roads that marathon participants travel.

Hiking

You will want to ensure that you have a great pair of hiking boots in your RV since there are nine hiking trails to pick from at Findley State Park that vary in difficulty. Should you be looking for an easy stroll, check out the Black Locust Trail. The half-mile trail takes you through forest vegetation, with serene beauty all around you. If you are searching for a more difficult hike, Thorn Mountain Bike Trail is a nine-mile loop which will take you through heavily wooded areas.

Off-Season

Shopping at the Camp Store

Should you need a snack during your stay at Findley State Park head over to the camp store. While there you may purchase firewood for use in the fire ring at your campsite. Minimal supplies are offered, however, they can get you through your fishing on the lake and provide you with basic necessities to help you enjoy your RV visit to Findley State Park.

Visiting the Nature Center

Findley State Park features Shale and Sandstone quarries that are the largest and deepest in the world. With most Berea Sandstone only 10 to 40 feet thick, the sandstone in the park reaches the maximum thickness of 200 feet or more. These bedrock foundations date back more than 300 million years. The Nature Center provides information on how these are formed and their significant importance to the park.

Birding

Findley State Park is home to the Duke's skipper butterfly, which is an extremely rare insect, so you will definitely want those binoculars in your RV. Some of the other birds you may see include Pleated Woodpecker, Scarlet Tanager, Barred Owl, ducks, and loons. The mature trees are often havens for Pine Siskin and crossbills. Other hot spots for birding include the shorelines of the lake. The Spillway Trail is a nice one-mile trek that takes you around the lake and offers more viewing opportunities.

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