Pleasant Hill Lake Park Master Plan
Pleasant Hill Lake Park Master Plan Update
Pleasant Hill Lake Park Located near Perrysville, Ohio in Richland & Ashland Counties. Pleasant Hill Lake offers camping, water skiing, hiking and swimming and much more. Horse trails and designated horse camping area to accommodate horse owners also is available for visitors.
Pleasant Hill Lake Park has a number of different updates happening during the Master Plan. Pleasant Hill Lake Park Master Plan's vision is to make Pleasant Hill Lake Park as the place to go for edge sports, modern hookup campgrounds, and signature amenities.
Area A and B
|Construction on Areas A and B is underway and is expected to be completed by Spring 2020. Seasonal Campers from these areas have moved to their temporary campsites in Area F for the 2019 season. Once Areas A and B are complete, 46 campsites will offer full hook-up and 50-amp power service, concrete pads, and a new playground. During this construction, the restroom/shower building in Area A will remain open, with access maintained through Area D. Due to construction and the lack of transient lots that allow pets, part of Area E is now pet friendly. Therefore, campers who want to bring their pet camping may do so ONLY on lots 305 through lot 385. Lots 235 through lot 304 are still “No Pets". Electrical improvements to the 30-amp service are scheduled to be completed this Spring on 40 lots located in Area E. These improvements will resolve the low-voltage issues customers have experienced in this area.|| |
Recently Completed Projects
2018 was busy with construction that completely overhauled Area C with 38 new campsites, featuring full hookup, 50-amp power service and concrete pads. Seasonal campers from this area are beginning to move back to their newly renovated sites for the 2019 camping season. The restroom/ shower building in Area A was also renovated. An HVAC system was installed which will allow for a more comfortable experience, especially in the heat of the summer.
Check out the links below to see a number of different projects that have been completed.