FAYETTE, Ohio — The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) celebrated the completion of 26 updated campsites at Harrison Lake State Park now fitted with full-hookup amenities. These hookups will provide electric, water, and sewer to campers at the park.
“We are excited to offer the most up-to-date amenities to the visiting campers,” ODNR Division of Parks and Watercraft Chief Glen Cobb said. “Harrison Lake is a beautiful park, and we hope visitors will take advantage of everything it has to offer.”
Harrison Lake State Park ribbon cutting for upgrade campsites.
These are the first full-service sites at Harrison Lake. The total cost of the project was $1.8 million.
Located in the midst of gently rolling hills in northwest Ohio, the 142-acre Harrison Lake State Park offers wooded splendor in an agricultural region. Harrison Lake is a popular spot for swimming, fishing, camping, and paddling. People can book their stay at ReserveOhio.com.
Upgraded campsites at Harrison Lake State Park.
The ODNR Division of Parks and Watercraft provides exceptional outdoor recreation and boating opportunities by balancing outstanding customer service, education, and conservation of Ohio’s 75 state parks and waterways.