Perry Township Park

Perry Township Park
2815 Perry Park Road
Perry, Ohio 44081

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Coordinates: 41.7955076, -81.1628468
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About Perry Township Park
The 70-acre Perry Township Park is located on Perry Park Road at Parmly Road in Perry Township. The Perry Township Community Center is on site, west of Perry Park Road. The community center sits atop a nearly 50-foot bluff. The beach below can be accessed via a gravel trail in the park’s westernmost section. Most of the park’s amenities are found east of Perry Park Road. Passive and recreational amenities include a playground, picnic shelters, grills, concession stand, baseball fields, soccer field, tennis courts and a basketball court. Perry Township Park also offers a boat ramp and campground with both electric and primitive sites. Camping rates apply. Use of the boat ramp is limited to campers and Perry Township residents only. To enter the camping area and boat ramp, a gate card ramp permit must be obtained from the park manager. A second beach can be found east of the boat ramp. Swimming and fishing are permitted.
From Lake Erie Public Access Guide

The L-shaped 70.4-acre Perry Township Park is north of Parmly Road along the west and east sides of the northern terminus of Perry Park Road.

At the park’s west, a trail cuts through the steep bluff and leads down to a 900-foot narrow sand beach. The upland park area here is occupied by ball fields, parking, the Perry Township Community Center and open green space.

To the east of Perry Road, the north parking area overlooks Lake Erie from behind a wooden split-rail fence. Lakeward of the fence, a 125-foot wide mowed-grass, graded slope leads down to the park’s 780-foot long stepped seawall made of precast concrete modules. There is no beach along this nearshore area which has submerged hazards including exposed rebar.

East of the boat ramp, a small tributary cuts through the bluff across an unguarded, 1,180-foot long swimming beach. The beach is comprised of a mixture of stones, sand, and shell fragments. The beach is backed by 30-foot, vertical, clay/glacial till bluff.

Park amenities include a picnic shelter, playground, concession stand, and athletic fields. General park hours are one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset.

Restrooms on site.