Conneaut Township Park, Conneaut, Ohio

by Melissa
(Northeast Ohio)

Sea glass collection from Conneaut, Ohio

Sea glass collection from Conneaut, Ohio

Conneaut Township Park

October 2016

Conneaut, Ohio, United States

We were there two different days (one of those days was the morning after a storm) and searched for about two and a half hours in total.

During that time we picked up about fifty small, medium or large pieces and a countless number of tiny shards. Most of the pieces were well frosted, but there were some that weren't.

We found mostly white, Kelly green and cobalt blue (although the blue pieces were mostly too small to do much with.)

Some other colors that we found were amber brown, turquoise and olive green. We even found one small pinkish piece and one purple piece that looks black until you hold it up to the light.

There are also some other interesting finds on this beach. We found a few pottery shards and an unidentifiable turquoise piece (we're unsure where it came from.)

The beach at Conneaut Township Park is a public beach and is easily accessible. It is a pretty rocky beach but swimming is still allowed.

At times, there can be a large crowd of fellow sea glass hunters, but there are plenty of finds for everyone.

~ sea glass beach report submitted by Melissa, Northeast Ohio

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