Parks & Recreation

  • Harpersfield Covered Bridge Park

    Fishing, kayaking, picnicking, photography, weddings & more. Primitive restrooms, water and one pavilion has electric.

  • Pymatuning State Park

    Boating, fishing for walleye crappie, black bass, bluegill and channel catfish, seasonal hunting, four picnic areas, 350 foot swimming beach with volleyball court and two hiking trails. The park also offers many winter recreations.

  • Saybrook Township Park

    Pavilions, grills, playground, restrooms, baseball diamonds, trail and a beach.

  • Walnut Beach Park

    Beach, concession stand, tennis, volleyball and basketball courts. Nature trail through wetlands area and sand dunes.

  • Western Reserve Greenway Trail

    Biking, walking, jogging, inline skating, snowmobiling and cross country skiing. Picnicking, pavilion, trailer parking at Lampson Staging area, and primitive restrooms.

  • Lake Shore Park

    A fenced in playground, horseshoe pits, volleyball courts and bocce courts. A classic car show is held every Sunday during the summer . An 18 hole disc golf course can be used year round. A large beach with lifeguards. Five pavilions, waterfowl pond with two white mute swans and a variety of mallard and other ducks. A pair of peacocks can also be seen.

  • Al Cummins Sunset Park

    Trail down to the lake, small beach, picnic pavilion, playground and rustic restroom.


  • Aldi

  • Walmart

  • Save-a-lot

  • Tony O's Supermarket and Catering

  • Giant Eagle Super Market


  • Ashtabula Farmer's Market

    The market provides family farms an opportunity to sell their produce and farm products in a friendly supportive environment and provides fresh, locally produced items to the public. The market is also committed to promoting Ashtabula County and its economic development. 2nd Sunday of June-2nd Sunday of October. Sundays 10:00 am - 2:00pm

  • Ashtabula Towne Square

    JCPenney, Kmart, food court, 40 specialty shops and services. You can also enjoy the outdoor themed children’s soft play area located in the JCPenney concourse. Open M-S 10-9; SU 11-6. Located on Route 20 east of Route 11. Wheelchair accessible. Kid friendly.

  • Brant's Apple Orchard

    Open August 15th - December 21st. Tuesday-Sunday 10am-6pm Closed Mondays Located on one of the most scenic spots in Ashtabula County. Come experience the tastes and smells of the harvest season. Choose from 22 varieties of apples. Taste their award winning cider, our one of a kind cider slushies, and savor our famous apple cider donuts. The bakery offers fresh pies, turnovers, muffins, scones, cookies and other delicious specialties. They also offer Asian Pears, 6 varieties of the table grapes our own apple vinegar and a variety of unique farm market products. Special weekend events: Pick your own apples. Cooking demonstrations. Haywagon rides (fee applies) Credit Cards accepted. Kid Friendly, Pet Friendly.

  • Carlisle's Home in the Harbor

    Unique gifts and handcrafted furniture.

  • Classy Consignments

    They have clothing for the entire family: wedding dresses, houseware, formals and jewelry all at discount prices.

  • Covered Bridge Gardens

    Locally grown, hand picked produce. Quality you can taste brought directly from the farm to you at these locations: Indian Creek Camping Resort - Fri. 4-8pm, Sat & Sun. 10-2; Basic Ingredients-Fri. 2-6; Jefferson Farmers Market-Fri 2-6; Conneaut Farmers Market-Sat. 9-1; & The Bird Feeder - During Store Hours. We're so fresh it makes our tomatoes blush.

  • Kiraly's Orchard

    Select from a variety of fresh picked fruits or pick your own. Seasonal peaches, apples, pears and pumpkins at this 70-acre orchard. Sweet cider is also available with cabbage, squash and potatoes. West of SR 45 on SR 84. Hours: August - December and by appt.

  • Saybrook Plaza

    Retail center including: Giant Eagle, Family Dollar, Hallmark, Dunham's Sports, Big Lots, pharmacy, bank, video store and more. Located east of West Ave. Store hours vary. Most accept credit cards. Wheelchair accessible. Kid friendly.