|Headlands Beach State Park|
|Ohio State Park|
|Elevation||584 ft (178 m) |
|Area||120 acres (49 ha) |
|Management||Ohio Department of Natural Resources|
|Website: Headlands Beach State Park|
Headlands Beach State Park is a public beach in Mentor and Painesville Township, Ohio, USA. It is the longest natural beach in Ohio. The Cleveland The Plain Dealer ranked Headlands as Ohio's best beach.
The mile-long beach attracts two million visitors a year from the US and Canada. The breakwall at the eastern end of the park, frequented by fishermen, has Fairport Harbor West Breakwater Light. Amenities include hiking trails, a playground, and Headlands Dunes State Nature Preserve.
Headlands Beach State Park is at the northern terminus of State Route 44 and the Buckeye Trail. The park is between the Mentor Marsh and the Grand River. It is next to Fairport Harbor Coast Guard station and the local Morton Salt mine.