600 acres. Hiking trails. A reservable three-season shelter with views of Lake Erie. Three scenic overlooks. Two access points for access to natural beach. Fishing. Picnic tables, Restrooms.
No lifeguard on duty; swim at your own risk. Kayaks may enter and exit the lake from the beach, but it will require carrying equipment to and from the parking lot. Always use caution when paddling on Lake Erie and check the marine forecast prior to entering the water.
From the East: Take Route 20 to Lane Road in Perry Township. Turn right (north), and follow Lane Road to the park. Entrance to the park will be on the right (east).
From the West: Take Route 2 East to where it ends and becomes Route 20. Follow Route 20 to Lane Road in Perry Township. Turn left (north), and follow Lane Road to the park. Entrance to the park will be on the right (east)
Clark Road Entrance
From the East: Take Route 20 to Perry Park Rd.in Perry Twp. Turn right (north), and follow PerryPark Rd. to Clark Rd. Turn left (west) onto Clark Rd. Entrance to the park will be on the right (north).
From the West: Take Rt. 2 East to where it ends and becomes Route 20. Follow Route 20 to Blackmore Rd. Turn left (north) and follow Blackmore Rd. until it ends. Turn right (east) onto Clark Rd. Entrance to the park will be on the left (north).
Located on Lane Road in Perry Twp., on the shores of Lake Erie. The year-round shelter capacity is 74. Shelter has fireplace and electricity.
Park offers flush type restrooms, picnic tables, hiking trails, three scenic overlooks, reservable tent campsite and access to the Lake Erie shoreline.
Lake Erie Bluffs is nationally significant: The 600-acre Lake Erie Bluffs property permanently protects a significant amount of wetland, meadow and mostly undeveloped lakefront habitat used by rare and common plant and animal species.
Amazingly, the property remains largely unspoiled by previous development. The mix of 40-foot high beach bluffs and open sandy and cobble beach across 9, 000 feet of shoreline are the site’s dominant features. The beach area hosts trees, shrubs and small plants including the majority of the park’s rare plants.
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