Located in Portage County, West Branch State Park’s large 2,650-acre lake (unlimited HP) with its many forks and coves is extremely popular with fishermen, boaters and swimmers. Situated on the glaciated plateau of northeastern Ohio, the park’s 5,379-acres of meadows and woodlots provide an excellent backdrop for camping, hiking and horseback riding. The West Branch area contains numerous bogs filled with buttonbush, alder, skunk cabbage and swamp white oak. The campground offers full hookup, electric, and non-electric sites. Pets are permitted at all sites. Some ADA sites available. Heated showers, flush toilets, laundry facilities, and trailer dump station. Small beach and boat launch in campground. A few lake-side sites allow for carry-in boat access. Three group camp can accommodate up to 25 people each. Horse camp sites are non-electric with gravel pads, picket line, picnic table and fire ring, with vault toilets, gray water station, and manure pit, but no potable water at the horse camp. Marina for boaters, boat swim area. Disc golf; excellent fishing; hiking, mountain biking, and bridle trails; snowmobiling in season.