|Caesar Creek Lake
Caesar Creek's 2,830-acre lake provides flood protection as well as lots of recreational opportunities for fishing, boating, swimming, camping, horse-back riding, hiking, fossil-finding, hunting and more. The lake was created with an earth and rock fill dam in the 1970s and is co-managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and two non-profit organizations. Caesar Creek Lake is situated about 30 miles northeast of Cincinnati and 15 miles southeast of Dayton. It is located four miles east of Waynesville and two miles west of I-71 along State Route 73 in southwestern Ohio.
Caesar Creek Lake Resources
The seven mile long lake with 40 miles of shoreline provides easy access to many water activities such as boating, fishing, swimming, water skiing and sailing. Five boat launching ramps are situated around the lake for easy access including the Wellman Meadows boat ramp near the dam, the Furnas Shores and North Shores boat ramps off of State Route 73 on the west side and the Haines Road boat ramp on the upper end. The campground boat launch is located at Mound and Center roads on the upper east side.
Caesar Creek Lake State Park offers Day Facilities which are available from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and there are four cabins to choose from for a minimum two-night stay during the months of April through October. Each cabin accomodates four people. No pets or smoking permitted in the cabins. Reservations can be made after March 1. Review the Lake Resource Guide for additional lodging.
With more than 10,000 acres of lush, mature forests Caesar Creek State Park is located in Warren, Clinton and Greene counties in Southwestern Ohio. The closest major city is Dayton. Other nearby Ohio cities include Waynesville, Kettering, Xenia, Middletown and West Chester. Nearby attractions include Kings Island Amusement Park, Ohio Renaissance, Ozone Zipline Adventures and Canoeing on the Little Miami River.
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