“the largest beach in Ohio!”
The trademark of Headlands Beach State Park is its mile-long natural sand beach, the largest in the state. In addition to its popularity during the summer season with picnickers and swimmers, the area is home to many plant species typically found only along the Atlantic Coast. A federal breakwall is located at the east end of the park offering fishing opportunities for smallmouth, largemouth and rock bass, yellow perch, bluegill, walleye, coho salmon and carp. In addition, crappie, steelhead trout, sucker, catfish and bullhead are common catches. A valid Ohio fishing license is required.
As we tried to find our way to the lighthouse we were directed to this beach. It was very clean and the walk to see the lighthouse closer was very nice. Nice bathrooms also.
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Headlands Beach State Park
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