Chickagami Park

Parkman, Ohio

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This is one of the smaller parks in the Geauga County system at just 139 acres, most of it woods, with some wetlands, streams, and uplands mixed in. It’s also the park with the greatest camping tradition. The name itself, Chickagami, is a Native American term meaning “camp by the lake.” The Boy Scouts have been camping here since 1941.

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"This is one of the smaller parks in the Geauga County system at just 139 acres, most of it woods, with some wetlands, streams, and uplands mixed in. It’s also the park with the greatest camping tradition. The name itself, Chickagami, is a Native American term meaning “camp by the lake.” The Boy Scouts have been camping here since 1941."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Parkman
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Chikagami Park

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