About Us

Location | Between New Cumberland and Dellroy in Tuscarawas and Carroll counties. From I-77 exit 93, take State Route 212, 11 miles to County Road 93.

Acres of Water | 1,540
Acres of Surrounding Land | 3,000
Maximum Depth | 41 feet
Shoreline Length | 28 miles

Horsepower Limit | 25

Boat Launch Ramp | The main public launch ramp is located off State Route 212 near the dam. A public ramp is also located at each marina.

Atwood Lake Park | 4956 Shop Road NE, Mineral City, Ohio, 44656, phone (330) 343-6780. Park is open year-round, and is fully operational Memorial Day - Labor Day.

Camping | More than 500 camp lots (class A with full hookups, class A and B with electric), are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Seasonal camping is available at a discounted rate. 

Park Amenities | Activity center, nature center (closed in 2023 for renovations), hiking trails, swimming beach, special events, daily activities, laundry, camp store, game courts, two-bedroom vacation cabins, concessions, sports courts including basketball and pickleball, playground, picnic shelters, camper cabins, hot showers, modern restrooms. 


Atwood Marina West | 9298 Atwood Lake Road, Mineral City, Ohio, 44656, (330) 364-4703. Docking, boat sales and service, rental boats, fuel, accessories, restaurant and gift shop. Open year-round; seven days a week. 
Winter: Monday through Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm, Sunday 12:00pm - 5:00pm.
Summer: 9:00am - 8:00pm

Sail & Power Marina | P.O. Box 57, Dellroy, Ohio, 44620, (330) 735-2323. Docking, boat sales and service, rental boats, fishing supplies, lunch counter. Open March 1 through November 1, seven days a week.
Summer: 9:00am - 8:00pm

Atwood Area Fall Festival | Held annually first weekend in October at Atwood Park. Features crafts, food, Civil War demonstrations, primitive weapons club, antique engine show, classic car show, haunted hayride.

Hunting | Permitted in all nonrestricted areas, and regulated by the Ohio Division Department of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife. 

Fishing | Fish are stocked by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife, District 3. For current catch reports, contact the marinas.

Hiking | In addition to the seven miles of trails located at the park, the Buckeye Trail, which links all four corners of Ohio, passes near Atwood Lake.

Employment Opportunties

We issue alerts regarding imminent threats to health and safety, and updates that affect activities or property in and around the lake.

Park Master Plan And Development