Conneaut Township Park
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About Conneaut Township Park
Extending west from the lighthouse is the park’s .4- mile long foot-friendly sand beach. It ranges in width from more than 1,000 feet along the east side to around 200-feet wide at the park’s west end. A series of wooden boardwalks, collectively called the Conneaut Township Park Boardwalk, connect parking areas to the beach and shore.
About half of Conneaut Township Park’s acres are comprised of sand that has collected on the west side of Conneaut Harbor’s west breakwater. The harbor’s .3-mile long southern breakwater marks the east side of the beach. Sand covers all but the northern 600 feet of the breakwater, which is used for fishing access.
The nearly 60-acre Conneaut Township Park is on land north of OH-531 (Lake Road) from the Chestnut Street intersection east to Lake Bluff Way. The park has numerous parking lots including lots off of the Chestnut Street Extension, and Grove Street’s north terminus which loops the southeast corner of the park.
From Conneaut Township Park webpage
The 60-acre Conneaut Township Park is located on Lake Road (OH-531) between Chestnut Street and Wrights Avenue in Conneaut. Access roads include Chestnut, Grove and Pearl streets. Pedestrians can access the eastern part of the park from the adjacent Conneaut Port Authority Access. The park features a nearly 2,100-foot long swimming beach and bathhouse. At its widest, the beach reaches over 1,000 feet. Two access roads lead to the bathhouse, concession stand and beach-level parking lot. The upper park area sits atop a nearly 45-foot re-graded, grass-covered bluff. Additional passive and recreational amenities include picnic facilities, gazebo, playground equipment, paved walking trails, horseshoe pits, shuffleboard, bocce ball lawn, basketball courts, tennis courts, volleyball courts and soccer fields.
From Lake Erie Public Access Guide
Restrooms located at the marina parking lot just before the road out to the sandspit.
The Conneaut Township Park Boardwalk, added in 1994, is a handicapped-accessible beach-level boardwalk that extends onto the beach and includes benches.