1786 S.R. 380
Ranger Station: (937) 382-5883
Address above is not to be used for mail delivery to members.
This preserve features 170 acres of gently rolling land that surround a lake with good fishing and calm waters for canoeing (boats available). Eight miles away, the state parks of Cowan Lake and Caesar Creek offer fishing, boating, swimming and horseback riding. Local attractions include Kings Island Amusement Park and the Clinton County Historical Society’s Museum in Wilmington.
Campsites: 115 full hookups, 56 power and water only, 20 overflow sites, 3 pull-through sites; 30- amp electric.
Rentals: 2 cabins, 2 trailers.
Adult center, basketball court, campfire circle, canoes, family center, fishing, horseshoe pits, indoor pool, mini-golf, picnic area, playground, RV storage, shuffleboard, spa, tennis courts, trading post, volleyball court, Wi-Fi access.
Points of Interest
GPS Coordinates: N 39° 27' 32.88" W 83° 56' 25.80"; elevation is 967 feet.
From Cincinnati: From I-71 northeast, take Hwy. 73 (Exit 45). Turn right and travel on Hwy. 73 for about 500 feet to Hwy. 380. Turn right on Hwy. 380, and travel south for about 1.5 miles. The preserve is on the left.
From Dayton: Travel south on I-75 to Hwy. 73. Follow Hwy. 73 southeast for about 20 miles to Hwy. 380. Turn right on Hwy. 380, and travel south for about 1.5 miles. The preserve is on the left.
Alternative directions from Wilmington: Take Route 22-3 west for about 6 miles to Route 380. Turn north (right) and drive about one mile to the preserve on the right.
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