Pymatuning State Park

Discussion in 'Ohio' started by gameofender, Jul 18, 2016.

  1. gameofender

    gameofender Member

    May 13, 2016
    Pymatuning State Park
    6260 Pymatuning Lake Rd
    Andover, Ohio 44003-1000
    Stayed: 07/15/16

    There are 352 campsites in Pymatuning Campground (331 sites have 20 or 30 amp hookups and 21 sites have no electricity). A number of sites that are right next to the water are considered premium sites. They cost a little more than a regular campsite. There are two dump stations for RV's.

    The campground has heated showers, restrooms, and laundry facilities. An on-site camp store sells snacks, drinks, and camping supplies. There is a small beach near the center of the campground, a playground, a basketball court, a volleyball court, and a nature center. If you want to bring your boat, there is a boat launch in the campground. If you want to fish but have no boat you can try your luck from the fishing pier.

    Do you have a pet you would like to bring? The campground is divided into 3 areas. Pets are welcome in most parts of area 3 and are not permitted in camp areas 1 and 2.

    My wife and I stayed in spot 230 which had a severe slope but perfect for our pup. My brother and his family along with his outlaws stayed in spots 163 and 165. Lots of shade and indigenous growth, gave our spot a lot of privacy. There was paths through the woods that my nieces and nephews used to come visit our camper. The bath house was kept nice and clean camp host are in every loop so very easy to find and well patrolled. The beach for the campground could use some work not a lot of sand and a very slimy bottom. We took a trip up to the spillway, where the ducks walk on the fish. This is one of the oddest and most fun places to visit .
    Will be staying here again.
  2. vagov

    vagov Well-Known Member

    Aug 13, 2012
    Pittsburgh, Pa
    You just missed the Pymatuning rally, we stayed in the Jamestown side, had 12 reserved sites and 2 guests, even had a vintage 1963 scotty. Giving out tours.

    Sent from my VS985 4G using Tapatalk

Share This Page