Find Austin Lake RV Park & Cabins near Pittsburgh!
From Pittsburgh (blue): Take Rt. 22/30 West. Continue on Rt. 22 West to Ohio and cross the Ohio River at Steubenville. Stay on Rt. 22 for 4 miles. Take the Wintersville / Carrollton, SR 43 Exit and turn right. Follow SR 43 into Richmond. Turn right onto SR 152 (at the bank) and go about 4 more miles until you see our lake entrance on the left.
From Grove City Area (North of Pittsburgh) (blue): Follow I-79 South to Rt. 60 Moon Run / Airport Exit. Turn right. Follow Rt. 60 until it turns into Rt. 22 at Robinson Town Centre then follow above directions from Pittsburgh.
From Columbus Area: Scenic Route (2 lane) (black): Take I-70 East to I-77 North. Exit Rt. 22 East. Follow Rt. 2 then Exit Wintersville / Carrollton, SR 43 Exit and turn left. Follow SR 43 into Richmond and follow above directions from Pittsburgh. (The Utilitarian Route will also bring you to Austin Lake Park.)
From Columbus Area: Utilitarian Route (4 lane) (yellow): I-70 East to exit 225, Bridgeport SR 7, proceed to SR 7 North. North of Steubenville, SR 7 and SR 22 come together. Take 22 West, Exit SR 43 Wintersville / Carrollton, turn right on SR 43 (approximately 4 miles) turn right onto SR 152 (approximately 4 miles). Austin Lake entrance on left. (The Scenic Route is also available to bring you to Austin Lake RV Park!)
From Wheeling WV Area (yellow): Take I-70 West to exit 225, Bridgeport, OH. Take SR 7 (North) to SR 22 West. Exit at the Wintersville / Carrollton exit and turn right on SR 43. Follow SR 43 (North) into Richmond. Turn right on SR 152 (North) at the bank. Go approximately 4 miles to Austin Lake Entrance sign on left.
From Cleveland OH Area (red): Take I-80 East to Exit 218. SR 15 Youngstown / Niles just after the Lordstown GM plant, then to Rt. 11 South to East Liverpool. Exit onto Rt 7 South. Exit at Rt. 152, Richmond / Empire exit and go about seven miles to the Austin Lake entrance sign on the right.
From Canton Ohio (green): Take SR 43 South to Richmond and turn left at the bank onto SR 152. Go about 4 miles to the Austin Lake entrance on the left.