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Beach City Wildlife Area

This 1,912-acre northeastern Ohio area is in Tuscarawas County. State Route 93, running north-south, forms the east boundary, and U.S. 250 is at the north end of the area.

The entire area is open to public outdoor recreation. The primary purpose of the area is flood control, with fishing, hunting, and trapping as recreational benefits.

Waterfowl hunting is very popular at this area. Upland game species are well distributed throughout the area. Furbearers provide many hours of opportunity for trappers and hunters.

Saugeye fishing is good both in the lake, and below the dam. The best largemouth bass fishing is in spring and early summer. Northern pike can be caught in the creeks in the spring. Bluegills and crappies can be caught throughout the area, year-round, including, when conditions permit, through the ice.

Small parking lots are scattered throughout the area. A boat launching ramp is provided on State Route 93, just south of U.S. 250.

Beach City Wildlife Area
9459 State Route 83 NW

Dundee, Ohio 44624

Phone Number(s)

Local Number: (330) 567-3390
Local Number: (330) 644-2293

Special Hours: Call the Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area Manager at (330) 567-3390 or the Wildlife District Three Office at (330) 644-2293 for information.







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