Swimming • Mountain Biking • Hiking and Paddling
2.76 acre park with 320 foot long beach and fishing access.
Common Ground is a non-profit organization located on 21 beautiful acres providing a variety of services to expand potential in youth, adults, and businesses.
Take an exhilarating trip through the transformative treetops of the 30-acre property in the beautiful Vermilion River Valley.
eBikes Central is the only exclusively electrical bicycle shop from Toledo to Ashtabula along Lake Erie. We have over 20 different models to test ride in our shop including step-thru cruisers, mountain, compact folding, fat-tire, and adult trikes. Electric bicycles are designed to be pedaled and also have a battery-powered electrical motor to give you an extra boost.
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.
Located at the Black River Wharf - a kayak livery servicing the Black River and Lake Erie.
42 acres of lake front property for the public to enjoy.
City of Sheffield Lake's westernmost public coastal access site.
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.
The trail is 13 miles and passes through a variety of countryside including farm, field and forest. Many intersections serve as great places to jump on or off the trail.
Whether you're a serious swimmer or just want to get wet on those hot summer days, the outdoor pool has 6,000 sq feet of water to dip your body in.
Nine-mile, mostly singletrack mountain bike trail inside Findley State Park in Wellington, Ohio.
Spanning two adjacent areas separated by the Vermilion River—Mill Hollow on one side and Bacon Woods on the other.
27-mile trail offering both river and open water travel along the Lake Erie shores.
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.