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Lake Hope State Park Campground

Campground

Lake Hope offers primarily non-electric sites in a scenic, shady wooded area.  Pets are permitted.

  • 46 electric sites
  • 143 non-electric sites
  • Two camper cabins offer some furnishings.
  • Heated showerhouses, flush toilets, waste disposal and laundry facilities
  • Picnic tables and fire rings

Reservations may be made up to six months in advance online or by calling (866) 644-6727.

Cabins

Lake Hope State Park offers the widest variety of cabin options of any Ohio State Park. All cabins are smoke-free. There is no daily housekeeping.

Standard Cabins: All have heat; most have air-conditioning. Lake Hope has some that sleep 5 and some that sleep 8 people. All Standard Cabins have a screened porch, fully-equipped kitchen, furnished living room, and bathroom with shower. Linens (bed, bath and kitchen), dishes and cookware are provided. Some have a fireplace, some allow pets. Check details when making reservations.

There are two types of "legacy" cabins at Lake Hope -- "Iron Furnace" and "Wildlife" cabins. They can accommodate between 5 and 8 people. All legacy cabins have a fully-equipped kitchen, furnished living room, and bathroom with shower. Linens (bed, bath and kitchen), dishes and cookware are provided. All have heat, air-conditioning, wood-burning fireplaces, and cable TV. Some cabins allow pets. Check details when making reservations.

Cabins are located on two different areas of the lake; one group is on the peninsula where the restaurant is located; the others are across the lake. Check details when you make your reservations.

Cabin reservations may be made up to one year in advance. A 50% deposit is required at the time of booking; the balance is due 30 days prior to arrival.

Other Camping Options

Backpacking campsites are available for backpackers and an equestrian camp is available for bridle trail users in surrounding Zaleski State Forest.

Emergencies

Call: 911

Phone Number

(740) 596-4020

Non-Emergency

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