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Cherrybend Pheasant Farm

Located just outside of Wilmington, Cherrybend Pheasant Farm is a 368-acre grain farm and year-round private hunting reserve featuring ring-necked pheasant. Dining on pheasant is also available on this wonderful farm year-round. Trap-shooting is...

Coalton Wildlife Area

This 1,729-acre wildlife area is located in Coal and Liberty townships, Jackson County, Ohio.  The wildlife area is accessible by way of county and township roads from U.S. 35 and State Route 93. The area is most popular for white-tailed deer,...

Conant Wildlife Area

The 74-acre Conant Wildlife Area lies in northeast Ohio, southeastern Ashtabula County, and Hartsgrove Township. Located on Windsor-Mechanicsville Road, U.S. Route 6 is less than one mile to the north, State Route 534 is two miles to the west, and...

Conneaut Wildlife Area

The 86-acre Conneaut Wildlife Area is located in the far northeast corner of the state just a mile and a half south of Lake Erie and abuts the state of Pennsylvania to the east. This area is in the Conneaut Township of Ashtabula County and is...

Consol Energy Powhatan Point Wildlife Agreement Area

This rugged, heavily-forested 4,000-acre wildlife area lies one mile south of Powhatan Point and seven miles north of Clarington off State Route 7 in Monroe County, Salem Township. Hunting is the major recreational use. Other uses include fishing...

Cooper Hollow Wildlife Area

This 5,421-acre wildlife area lies 12 miles southeast of Jackson on U.S. Route 35.  The scenic rolling hills are dissected by Symmes Creek, a small, low-gradient stream, and several of its tributaries. The area is popular for hunting squirrels,...

Crown City Wildlife Area

The 11,119-acre Crown City Wildlife Area, located in portions of Lawrence and Gallia counties, is situated in southern Ohio approximately 3 miles south of Mercerville. The primary access to the wildlife area is from State Route 218 and State Route...

Dan and Margaret James Wildlife Area

The 76-acre James Wildlife Area is located in Guernsey County, in southeastern Ohio. The wildlife area is approximately 3 miles west of Senecaville and can be accessed from Guernsey County Road 549 and Richland Twp. Road 4540. Wildlife typically...

Darke Wildlife Area

This 316-acre wildlife area lies in the gently rolling farming region of east central Darke County. It is six miles east of Greenville on the north side of U.S. Route 36. The area comprises three separate tracts of land. Most of the area is in...

Deer Creek Wildlife Area

The 4,220-acre wildlife area is in central Ohio, four miles south of Mount Sterling on State Route 207 can be reached from the east and west by U.S. Route 22 and State Route 56, and from the north and south by U.S. Route 62 and State Routes 3, 104,...

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