Evangola State Park is located in Brant, New York. This 733 acre park opened in 1954. Formerly farmland, the land was used to grow tomatoes, beans and corn. Evangola's major attraction from the beginning was it's arc-shaped shore-line and natural sand beach. The park has a variety of habitats including lakeshore, woodland, meadow and wetlands. Wildlife in the park includes white-tailed deer, raccoons, turkey, and red-tailed hawks. Over 100,000 people visit this park each year!
State Park Manager: Joseph Rychcik
Picknicking: Picnic tables overlook the lake, and a number are accessible to people with limited mobility. Six standard picnic shelters are available, each accomodates 80 to 90 people. One shelter has electricity. There are also two large shelters with electricity which accomodate 108 and 162 people. Restrooms are located nearby. Picnic shelters for group outings may be reserved by calling (716) 549-1802.
Sports: Facilities for baseball, tennis, volleyball, disc golf, basketball, and horseshoes are present in the park. Limited sports equipment may be borrowed from the bathhouse.
Swimming: With a natural sand beach on Lake Erie, and lifeguard protection in the summer, Evangola has one of the finest swimming areas on the Niagara Frontier.
Camping: Eighty campsites and one cabin are available during the camping season from mid-April to late-October. Click on the CAMPING link for more information!
Banquet Room:A large beach front banquet room that seats up to 125 people is available for your event. Transportation from the wedding gazebo to the banquet room is available. Call (716)549-1802 for details.