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Auburn Marsh Wildlife Area

This 462-acre wildlife area is situated in northeast Ohio on the east side of Auburn Road, one-half mile north of Auburn Corners on Washington Road. It can be reached from State Route 44 on the east.

Since the area was established in 1954 it has been managed as a public hunting area for upland wildlife. Hunting is the major recreational use. The best upland hunting is in the small openings and brushy areas. Good waterfowl hunting is available in the beaver marshes and in the edge vegetation around the marsh. Shotguns using shot are the only firearms that may be discharged on the area. Target shooting is prohibited. The use of rifled slugs for deer hunting is also prohibited. Deer may be hunted with archery equipment only.


Auburn Marsh Wildlife Area
Geauga County

Auburn Township, Ohio 44023

Phone Number(s)

Local Number: (330) 889-3280
Local Number: (330) 644-2293

Special Hours: Call the Auburn Wildlife Area Manager at (330) 889-3280 or the Wildlife District Three Office at (330) 644-2293 for information.







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