Located on the southeast shore of Milford Lake is the Milford State Park, a favorite getaway for visitors loving the outdoors. It is a popular destination for anglers eager for walleye, crappie and largemouth bass, white bass, catfish and smallmouth bass.
Boaters, anglers, sightseeing, swimmers, water enthusiasts and campers will find plenty to do at Milford State Park. There are 10 cabins for rent and plenty of trails for biking, walking, running and horseback riding.
Three different boat ramps makes accessing the lake easy and fast. At the South Boat Ramp are fish cleaning stations with plug-in power and a very powerful grinder.
A dedicated "Jet Ski" beach offers a place where you can back-down your vehicle and trailer and leave it parked in the same location while you have fun on the water. If sail boating is your thing, then make a visit to Sailboat Cove, as you'll meet plenty of other boaters who love to sail.
The sandy beach area, located near the South Boat Ramp, is the perfect place for a family picnic. There are plenty of shelters in the Park, which can be reserved.
A state park entrance pass is required.
Milford State Park Marina
Check out the brand new boat slips and next to the Marina are fish cleaning stations with plug-in power and a powerful grinder to handle cleanup after a day of fishing.
On the Docks Convenience Store has gas, live bait, lures, food, cold drinks and Pontoon Rentals.
As the Marina is located within the Milford State Park complex, a state park entrance pass is required.