Dorset Wildlife Area
The Dorset Wildlife Area is situated in northeastern Ohio, in eastern Ashtabula County, 1.3 miles east/northeast of Dorset.
The area is open to use by sportsmen and nature enthusiasts for hunting, trapping, bird watching and other wildlife viewing, outdoor education, berry picking, and hiking.
Hunting for rabbits, dove, woodcock, squirrel, grouse, deer, and turkey is good. Trapping opportunities exist for raccoon, fox, and coyote. A great variety of both nesting and migrant birds use the area. Canada Geese and a variety of common waterfowl may be found using the wetland habitat. No fishing opportunities exist on the area.
Three parking lots have been constructed on the area for public use.
Local Number: (440) 685-4776
Local Number: (330) 644-2293
Special Hours: Contact the Mosquito Creek Wildlife Area Manager at (440) 685-4776 or the Wildlife District Three Office at (330) 644-2293 for information.