Andover/Pymatuning Lake KOA is nestled on the border of Pennsylvania and Ohio. You can enjoy prime fishing on the 17,000 acre Pymatuning Lake. Bring your boat, there are plenty of marinas in the area to keep your watercraft seasonally or weekly. If you're not on the lake, enjoy browsing all the treasures at the Andover Flea Market. The kids may enjoy going to the Jamestown Deer Park and feeding the exotic animals. They can also make memories feeding the fish at the Linesville Spillway where the "ducks walk on water". We are a convenient distance from both Pittsburgh and Cleveland making it easy to plan a whole day of events.
The area surrounding Pymatuning was shaped by glaciers more than 14,000 years ago. The land was dotted with dozens of kettle lakes as the ice melted away. Indians were attracted to the area due to its rich wetland habitat and number of wild animals. The first inhabitants around the lake were the Mound Builders. The lake was named for Pihmtomink, the leader of the Lenape tribe. Pymatuning translates as "crooked mouth man's dwelling place".
Its average width is 1.6 miles with around 70 miles of shoreline. The maximum depth is 35 feet deep. The lake's capacity is 64,275,000,000 gallons of water. The state park has three beaches, seven picnic areas, five boat launches, and 2 hiking trails.
Pymatuning State Park is home to the bald eagle. Several pairs nest on the Pennsylvania side of the park. The park is home to numerous types of fish including walleye, crappie, black bass, bluegill and channel catfish. Stopping at the Spillway is a must! see office for directions hand out
Being in Ashtabula County, Andover has access to 16 of the 160 covered bridges in Ohio. Ashtabula county is home to the:
Featuring over 250 animals and birds from around the world, there's something for everyone at Pymatuning Deer Park! While strolling through the wooded setting under a canopy of trees, visitors encounter both domestic and exotic animals including Siberian Tigers, African Lions, Camels, Black Bears, assorted Primates and of course, several species of deer.
804 east Jamestown road
Jamestown, PA 16134
Presque Isle State Park is a 3,112-acre on an arching, sandy peninsula that juts into Lake Erie, 4 miles (6 km) west of the city of Erie. The peninsula sweeps northeastward, surrounding Presque Isle Bay, along the park's southern coast. It has 13 miles of roads, 21 miles of recreational trails, 13 beaches for swimming, and a marina. Popular activities at the park include swimming, boating, hiking, biking, birdwatching and just enjoying the beauty of nature.
There is nothing better than enjoying a glass of Ohio wine. Ohio has the perfect temperature to grow some of the best wines in North America. Many of the wineries are located in beautiful country sides where you can have a picnic or near our beautiful lake to enjoy a sunset. The wineries are open to the public for touring and sample tasting, as well as some of our Ohio wineries offer tantalizing restaurants for additional enjoyment.
Local wineries include:
Emerine Estates Winery
Conneaut Cellars Winery & Distillery
Greene Eagle Winery
Hartford Hill Winery
The Stable Winery (Coming soon!)
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