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Great Seal Camping

Reserve a Campsite

  • 15 non-electric sites
  • Camping is available to both horse and non-horse campers – Horse picket lines (tie lines) are located behind sitesĀ 1-10 – Sites 11 – 15 do not have the horse picket lines
  • Drinking water, vault latrines, playground, and a shelter house
  • Scenically located adjacent to Sugarloaf Mountain, offering a view of the Scioto Valley below
  • Pets are permitted
  • The campground is closed during the months of January and February

Great Seal State Park Activities

  • Disc Golf
  • Hunting
  • Hiking
  • Mountain Biking

Great Seal Hiking Trails

  • Disc Golf (white) – 1.1 miles
  • Spring Run (white) – 3.4 miles


Great Seal Multi-Use Trails

  • Sugarloaf Mountain Trail (yellow) – 2.1 miles – climbs through dense maple-dominated forests to the crest of Sugarloaf – Rises almost 500 feet in less than a quarter mile
  • Bald Hill (black) – 1 mile
  • Sand Hill (pink) – 1 mile
  • Grouse Rock (red) – 0.6 miles
  • Rocky Knob (green) – 1.5 miles
  • Mt. Ives Trail (orange) – 6.4 miles – This strenuous trail winds along Mt. Ives and provides several scenic vistas
  • Rock Garden (green) – 1/2 mile
  • Lick Run (purple) – 2 miles
  • Bunker Hill (green) – 1.6 miles

Great Seal Hiking/Mountain Biking/Bridle Trail Map

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