Visit Walnut Beach In Ohio, A Hidden Gem Beach With Its Own Playground
Is there anything better than spending the day at the beach? Here in Ohio, we’re lucky to enjoy some of the region’s most stunning beaches, many of which are scattered along the shores of Lake Erie. One of our favorites is Walnut Beach Ohio, a hidden gem beach that just so happens to have its playground and park. It’s one of the best parks in Ohio and the perfect place to bring the entire family for a day of sun, sand, and surf. Here’s more on why you’ll want to plan a day trip to the lovely Walnut Beach Ashtabula.
Have you ever visited Walnut Beach Ohio? If so, do you think it’s one of the best parks in Ohio? Be sure to share your thoughts with us in the comments — we’d love to hear from you! You can also tell us about your favorite places to visit in the Buckeye State via our nomination form for the chance to see your suggestions featured in an upcoming article.
For related content, learn more about why Ashtabula is considered to be one of the most Midwestern towns in Ohio. And while you’re in northeast Ohio, why not pay a visit to the Holden Arboretum? Learn more about this nature lover’s paradise in this YouTube video by us at OnlyInYourState:
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Outdoor Activities In Ohio & Related Info
What are the best beaches in Ohio?
Some of the best beaches in Ohio are:
- Breakwater Beach, Geneva State Park
Overlooking the beautiful Lake Erie, Breakwater Beach offers white sands and unparalleled views. Plus, you can camp out in the park and turn your beach day into a full-blown vacation.
- Mineral Springs Lake Resort, Peebles
Mineral Springs Lake in Adams County is a gorgeous, spring-fed oasis, and you can make a whole trip out of it by camping at the resort.
- Cedar Point Beach, Cedar Point
After riding all of the roller coasters your nerves can handle, escape to Cedar Point Beach to decompress with a relaxing stroll by the water. Despite the amusement park's wild popularity, the beach is actually quite little-known.
Which state parks in Ohio should I visit?
In my opinion (and I'm sure many of you would agree), the Buckeye State has some of the most beautiful state parks in the U.S. Some of the best state parks in Ohio to visit include:
- Caesar Creek State Park, Waynesville
This state park is full of breathtaking natural scenery, and it offers a myriad of hiking trails for the whole family. If you're in the mood for an easy hike, the 2.4-mile Horseshoe Falls Trail never disappoints. It has a swinging bridge and leads to an overlook that showcases the waterfall in all its glory.
- Mohican State Park, Loudonville
Certain areas of this northeastern Ohio state park were formed over 10,000 years ago by glacial erosion, and what it left behind is truly stunning. From gorges to old-growth forests to bridges, there are so many incredible sights to see here.
Punderson State Park, Newbury Township
Home to some of Ohio's most breathtaking sunsets, Punderson State Park is a 741-acre oasis that features a lake, wildflowers, camping options, and more. It also has an on-site hotel, the Punderson Manor, that is allegedly haunted.