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Berlin Lake Wildlife Area

This 8,518-acre wildlife area is situated in northeast Ohio both north and south of U.S. Route 224. The western part can be reached from State Route 225, the central portion from State Route 14, and the eastern portion from U.S. Route 224 and Bedell Road.

The primary purpose of the wildlife area is to provide general public hunting and fishing. Other uses which have become popular include dog training and hunting dog field trials.

Upland game species are well distributed throughout the wildlife area. Hunting dogs are recommended because the fields are large and cover is extensive. Opportunities for rabbit, squirrel, and woodcock hunting are also available.

Walleye, bass, and crappies predominate the fishing in Berlin Lake. A hydrographic fishing map (Publication 217) for Berlin Lake is available.

Public facilities include roads and parking lots situated throughout the area. A dog training ground is maintained for year-round use. There is also a Class D shooting range. Several boat launching sites and commercial boat liveries provide fishing access to Berlin Lake.

Berlin Lake Wildlife Area
Stark, Mahoning, and Portage Counties

near Deerfield , Ohio 44411

Phone Number(s)

Local Number: (330) 654-2392
Local Number: (330) 644-2293

Special Hours: Call the Berlin Lake Wildlife Area Manager at (330) 654-2392 or the Wildlife District Three Office at (330) 654-2392 for information.







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