Evangola State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Sitting on the eastern shore of Lake Erie, Evangola State Park isn’t big, but ball fields, a natural sand beach, and sunny picnic areas draw thousands of people every year. Campsites are organized into three small groups with two comfort stations between them. Almost half have views of the water. Sites 22, 46, and 52 are handicapped accessible. For more money, a single heated, ADA-accessible cabin with four beds can also be rented. The camp store carries groceries, firewood, air mattresses, toiletries, and more. Meanwhile, the snack bar serves typical beach fare: hot dogs, fries, nachos, and ice cream. Late each summer Evangola hosts a Pirate Festival and then a Tomato Festival, the latter a tribute to the park’s former life as farmland."