Hunting is a popular activity at Caesar Creek Lake particularly during late autumn and winter. Bobwhite quail, pheasant, cottontail rabbit, fox and gray squirrel and whitetail deer are the major game species. Wild turkeys have been reintroduced in the area and their numbers are steadily increasing. Gray squirrel hunting is best in the larger stands of mature woods and for fox squirrels in the smaller woodlots, along the streams, and in woody fencerows. Woodchucks abound on the area. Deer hunting is good throughout the area. Waterfowl hunting is available on the reservoir, the streams around the reservoir, and in ponds and wetlands.
Hunting guidelines are established by the Ohio Division of Wildlife and these guidelines are available at any location that sells hunting licenses. Be sure to know the hunting zones before you take to the field. Hunting maps are available at the Caesar Creek Lake Visitor Center located at 4020 North Clarksville Road.
Caesar Creek State Park issues permits for duck blinds in various locations around the reservoir. For more information on duck blinds contact Caesar Creek State Park at (513) 897-3055. For additional information about hunting contact the Ohio Division of Wildlife (District 5) at 937-372-9261 or use this link to visit their Caesar Creek Lake website.
Address: 5 mi E of Waynesville on OH 73
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