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East Fork Wildlife Area

East Fork Wildlife Area is located in southwestern Ohio, on the southeast edge of Williamsburg. The area may be reached from roads off State Route 133, east of the area, and Old State Route 32 west of Williamsburg. The 2,705-acre wildlife area lies at the northeast edge of East Fork Lake, where the east fork of the Little Miami River flows into the lake.

East Fork is popular for hunting rabbits, squirrel, and deer.Waterfowl hunting is available on the lake and the streams flowing into the lake. Trapping is productive around pond areas and along the streams running into the lake. A hydrographic fishing map (Publication 289) for East Fork Lake is available.

A dog training ground is situated south of Williamsburg-Bantam Road and parking areas are distributed throughout the wildlife area. Six boat ramps, a camping area, picnic facilities, restroom facilities, and drinking water are located around the lake.

East Fork Wildlife Area

Batavia, Ohio 45103

Phone Number(s)

Local Number: (937) 372-9261
Local Number: (513) 734-4323

Special Hours: Contact the Wildlife District Five Office at (937) 734-4323 or the park manager at (513) 734-4323 for information.







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