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Recent Updates

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  • Online Reservations Open April 1 for New Campsites at Atwood Lake Park! Online Reservations Open April 1 for New Campsites at Atwood Lake Park! Spring is coming which means it's almost camping season!! The brand new, state of the art campground for daily/weekly camping at Atwood Lake Park is complete! more
  • 2018 Schedule of Events is Here! 2018 Schedule of Events is Here! The 2018 schedule of events is now available! Make sure to mark your calendars for fun family-friendly events, including Movies at the Lake, Explorers of Nature, kayaking events, and themed weekends. Check it out and make your reservations now for summer fun! more
  • Hunting Maps and Safety Tips Hunting Maps and Safety Tips Hunting, particularly deer hunting, is a popular activity on Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District (MWCD) property. Wildlife found throughout MWCD public access lands includes deer, wild turkey, squirrel, rabbit, waterfowl and other migratory game more

Welcome to Atwood Lake Park

On behalf of the entire staff, I would like to welcome you to Atwood Lake Park. 

Our commitment to each of our guests is to provide a fun and relaxing experience at our clean, spacious, and well maintained park and facilities.  As we continue to implement the Master Park Plan, the future is incredibly bright as we continue to expand and improve our amenities, infrastructure, unique opportunities, wide range of programming, and our beautiful natural setting. 

From our festivals and special events, to camping, to our beach and outstanding lake, to our abundant green areas and trails, we look forward to serving you, your family, and your friends.  Come visit us any time and learn what all the excitement is all about.  We look forward to seeing you soon at beautiful Atwood Lake Park. 

Aaron Stump

   Aaron Stump,
   Park Manager

 

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