Caesar Creek Lake Wildlife Area
Caesar Creek Lake Wildlife Area is located in southwestern Ohio, at the junction of Clinton, Greene and Warren counties. State Route 73 provides access from the south. Lumberton-New Burlington and Mound Roads reach the area from the southeast. In Greene County, Cemetery, Roxanna-New Burlington, and St. Rt. 380 provide access from the north and west. Clarksville and Oregonia Roads provide access from the south.
The 3,100-acre wildlife area lies scattered at Caesar Creek Lake, a flood control reservoir operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Caesar Creek is very popular for hunting rabbits and pheasants. There are also opportunities for squirrel, deer, and turkey hunting. Waterfowl hunting is available on the reservoir, the streams around the reservoir, and in ponds and wetlands. Designated dove hunting fields are established on an annual basis.
Trapping is most productive around the ponds and wetlands, and along the streams.
A hydrographic fishing map (Publication 285) for Caesar Creek Lake is available.
Caesar Creek lake Wildlife Area
Greene, Warren, and Clinton Counties
Waynesville , Ohio
Local Number: (937) 488-3115
Local Number: (937) 372-9261
Special Hours: Call the Spring Valley Wildlife Area Headquarters at (937) 488-3115 or the Wildlife District Five Office at(937) 372-9261 for more information.