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Evangola State Park is a 733-acre expanse surrounding Lake Erie in southern Erie County, New York. The park opened in 1954 and is located west of the village of Farnham, at the border of the towns of Brant and Evans in New York’s Niagara region. State Route 5 passes through the eastern part of the park so after you book an RV in Erie County you’ll be able to enjoy easy access to go out and enjoy some more adventure.

Evangola State Park's major attraction is its arc-shaped shoreline and natural sand beach on the edge of scenic Lake Erie. The park stays open year-round and boasts three campground loops and grassy picnic areas overlooking beautiful vistas of the lake.

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There’s something for every kind of nature enthusiast at Evangola State Park. During the warm months visitors flock here to enjoy Lake Erie at its best. Low cliffs of Angola shale line the edge of the large sandy swimming beach which is ideal for sunbathing and splashing around. End your active day watching one of Lake Erie’s colorful sunsets from the comfort of your rental RV.

In addition to water recreation, the park features picnic shelters and a playground. Sports enthusiasts can take advantage of the park’s disc golf course, baseball and soccer fields, and tennis and basketball courts. Throw on your hiking boots or hop on a bike to trek the nature trails.

During the winter explore the landscape by snowmobile, cross-country skis, and snowshoes. This is also a great time of year to stroll the Evangola shoreline to see unique ice volcanoes on Lake Erie, formed by crashing waves which freeze in the form of ice cones. This is a rare and spectacular sight as these formations are only found on a few of the Great Lakes.

Fishing, ice fishing, and seasonal hunting are also popular activities at Evangola State Park. Even if you prefer watching wildlife from a distance, this area is a key site for birds, bats, and other creatures. Keep your binoculars and camera close at hand when you’re camping with an RV here and you might catch a glimpse of monarch butterflies, raccoons, bald eagles, and more.

Camping at Evangola State Park

ReserveAmerica named Evangola one of the Top 100 campgrounds in the nation so this is an excellent place to plan a motorhome camping vacation. There are cabins, yurts, plus 81 tent and trailer campsites available that can accommodate vehicles up to 40 feet. Fifty-five of the sites have electric hookups. Amenities include flush toilets, hot showers, and laundry facilities. Campers also have access to comfort, dump, recycling, and water stations.

When you book a site at Evangola State Park you’ll be able to look forward to well-paved roads and easy back-in into the campsites, many of which are partially shady. Most of the facilities are ADA accessible and both the beach and a snack shack are within walking distance of the campground. Sites are are able to be reserved one day or up to nine months in advance during the camping season, which typically lasts from April to October.

Exploring the Area

If you camp in a rental motorhome at Evangola State Park during the warm season, definitely check out the annual Tomato Festival, which the park hosts at the end of summer. When hunger strikes, head to the park’s 1950s style diner, which is nestled just above the beach. The park is also a popular destination for weddings and other special events thanks to its meeting rooms, a gazebo and a banquet room overlooking Lake Erie.

Before hopping in your travel trailer and continuing your road trip make sure to stop by the park’s Nature Center. The center is in a historic 1929 YWCA Recreation Building featuring original art and hieroglyphs from women who stayed here during the 1930s. Evangola campers can attend complimentary programs and workshops at the center led by park naturalists. The various activities include bird watching, nature hikes, marsh studies, sandcastle contests, fishing programs, and dragonfly surveying.

There are plenty of supplies and services right at the park if you need to stock up. Head to the convenience store to pick up ice, firewood, and other camping equipment, or browse for that perfect souvenir at the gift shop. When you’re in the mood for some entertainment, less than 10 miles from Evangola State Park you’ll find opportunities to gamble at a casino, play a round of golf, or go horseback riding.

Only a short cruise away from the state park you’ll be able to enjoy a more urban experience in the neighboring towns as well as all the cultural attractions of New York’s Niagara region. After you fuel up, head out on a day trip to the city of Buffalo, which is less than hour’s drive away and is near the world-famous Niagara Falls.

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