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Alum Creek Lake Boating

Alum Creek Lake offers unlimited horsepower and various water related activities such as; fishing, sailing, water skiing, pleasure boating and boater swim/camp areas. There are five boat launch ramps;

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Alum Creek Lake Riding Trails

The Alum Creek State Park offers a bridle trail of 50 miles. The majority of the trail is north of U.S. Route 36/State Route 37 and is recommended for experienced riders. Horse rental is not available. Parking for trailers;

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Alum Creek Lake Campgrounds

The campground, on the west side of the lake, was constructed by the Army Corps of Engineers and is operated by the State Park. There are 297 sites, all with electrical hook-up (50-amp)

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Alum Creek Lake Fishing

The saw-toothed lake shoreline provides excellent fishing. With 3,387 acres of fishing water and 46

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Charles Mill Lake Park and Campgrounds

Located near Mansfield, Charles Mill is a quiet place to relax and enjoy nature. * Over 500 campsites (class A with and without electric) in two campground locations * Swimming beach * Patio cabins, camper cabins * Picnic shelter * Hiking trails *

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Alum Creek Lake Hiking/Biking Trails

Alum Creek State Park offers 9.5

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Wyandot Popcorn Museum

Under a colorful circus tent inside Heritage Hall, is the largest, most impressive collection of popcorn wagons in the United States. These priceless wagons date back as far as the turn of the century and have been restored to their original condition. Actor Paul Newman'

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Charles Mill Lake Boating

Charles Mill Lake has 1,350 acres of water surface for boating activities with a 10

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Buckeye Lake Boating

3,100-acre Buckeye Lake is designated as an unlimited horsepower lake, but pontoons, sailboats, canoes and rowboats are also common. 9 launch ramps provide access to the lake 135 seasonal docks are available to rent Local marinas offer fuel and other items for sale 2 boat/swim/

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Alum Creek Lake Hunting

The areas north of Rt 36/37 on the east bank are mostly wooded and support good populations of whitetail deer, squirrel and raccoon. The areas south of Rt 36/37

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Buckeye Telephone Museum

Alexander Graham Bell has been credited with the first operating telephone in 1876 when he ran wires between 2

Marion, OH Museums

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