Jesse Owens State Park and Wildlife Area–Sand Hollow Campground
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About Sand Hollow Campground
Sand Hollow, known as Campground C, is at the north end of Jesse Owens State Park and Wildlife Area. The sites are primitive (no water, no electric, no pad) and each has a picnic table. This campground has a shelterhouse and several latrines. Sand Hollow campground is open seasonally, generally April 1 to mid-December.
About Jesse Owens State Park and Wildlife Area
The rolling hills of Jesse Owens State Park and Wildlife Area are a success story in environmental stewardship, conservation and reclaiming land for outdoor recreation. Located in Morgan County and surrounded by thousands of acres of land open to public use, the 5,735-acre park and wildlife area is teeming with wildlife as well as ponds and waterways full of paddling, boating and fishing opportunities.
A permit is not needed to access the Jesse Owens State Park and Wildlife Area. A free permit from American Electric Power (AEP) is required to access the surrounding ReCreation Lands. Permits can be obtained online at the American Electric Power website, the AEP office in McConnelsville, regional offices of the Ohio Division of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife, or at any of the regional sporting goods or bait stores surrounding the ReCreation Areas.
From Jesse Owens State Park and Wildlife Area
Restrooms in campgrounds and picnic areas.