Boat launch operated by the Lorain Port Authority.
Scan ponds for waterfowl; hike the trail for woodland nesters.
2.76 acre park with 320 foot long beach and fishing access.
25.5 -acre Public Fishing Pier provides access to the Black River and Lake Erie inside Lorain Harbor.
Located at the west side of Lakeside Landing.
Erie Outfitters has been the cornerstone of fishing Lake Erie and its tributaries for years, and the source of much of the information that many of anglers have come to rely on.
Findley State Park is in Lorain County south of Wellington on State Route 58. 900+ acres are here year round for hiking, biking, picnicking, boating/kayaking, fishing and camping.
Grumpy's Bait Bucket is located right next to Great Lakes Kayak at 14th & Broadway in downtown Lorain.
42 acres of lake front property for the public to enjoy.
City of Sheffield Lake's westernmost public coastal access site.
The site it Lorain's oldest boat launch and is locally known as "Hot Waters."
Main Street Beach is a small, popular Lake Erie swimming beach in downtown Vermilion
17.7 acre park with beach and two-lane public boat launch.
At Molnar Outdoor, you'll find a vast selection of fine outdoor gear and camping equipment.
All equipment is provided; you just show up and catch fish.
Lake Erie sportfishing/fishing charters out of Lorain. Specializing in walleye, steelhead trout and yellow perch. Docked at Spitzer Lakeside Marina.
The City of Sheffield Lake gave boaters a much needed public access to Lake Erie by renovating the lake-front property which includes a two-lane boat launch.
This 30 acre woodland park is open to the public from dawn to dusk with picnic pavilions and grills, a splash pad, playground, tennis, basketball an sand volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, restrooms, a 1.2 mile fitness trail and 4 acre fishing lake.
Spanning two adjacent areas separated by the Vermilion River—Mill Hollow on one side and Bacon Woods on the other.
5.8 acre park on the shores of Lake Erie with a beach and fishing access.
This 550 acre park provides opportunities for hiking, biking, strolling, fishing, boating, and wildlife observation.