65 acres 405 Creek Rd Conneaut Ohio
Status: Open to the public from dawn to dusk for fishing, birding and hiking. Primitive camp sites are designated exclusively for organized program and scout groups, call for an application or download from our information tab and submit to: Ashtabula Metroparks 91 N Chestnut St. Jefferson OH 44047
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Historically known as Camp Peet, Clara D. Peet established and donated this 65 acre property for the local youth in 1928.
The Trustees of this camp have now entrusted the ACMP to expand her vision by offering the site for public enjoyment.
The park is preserved with a conservation easement to protect Conneaut Creek and the forested riparian.
Park has mowed trails, a new pavilion, primitive restroom, (no water) remnants of camp buildings, and is directly adjacent and upstream from a USFW preserve with parking and float launch.
Visitors can enjoy birding, canoe/kayaking, fishing, hiking, photography, picnic, and X-country skiing.