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Caesar Creek State Park

8570 E State Route 73
513-897-3055

Caesar Creek State Park is highlighted by clear blue waters, scattered woodlands, meadows and steep ravines. The 3,741-acre park offers some of the finest outdoor recreation in southwest Ohio including boating, hiking, camping and fishing.



Reviews

Bobbie Beasley

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Sunday, July 8, 2018
I have been on the lake since yesterday. Spending the night on my boat and so far no bad experiences. The staff at the marina are top notch. Very helpful with showing you the amenities of the marina. And during a very busy time with customers and lots of children, I saw smiling faces and professionally care. If only their attitudes could be a part of my life in day to day activities.

Mary Purcell

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Monday, July 2, 2018
There needs to be more presence by Park Rangers. People had dogs at the beach despite signs saying no pets. The outdoor tables were filthy. It's a shame to have the marina looking 1 way and the beach area looking so dirty and abandoned. Huge snack shack not even open. Not welcoming. Beach "sand" itself and water was good.

Amanda Karas

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Wednesday, May 30, 2018
I didn't like this place at first, being a fisherwoman. My husband and I never caught anything from the banks. I would see people in boats catching fish, never from the banks. We then discovered the spillway and had a great time! I caught 3 very large catfish both times we fished the spillway. Just never caught anything on the lake itself. Will have to try with a boat!

Meghann Myers

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Sunday, April 29, 2018
Lots of things to do. Clean park with spacious campsites. Would like the camp pads a bit longer and better play equipment in campgrounds for kids, but otherwise very nice. Will likely return. Went early spring. Campground was pretty deserted when we arrived on a Thursday, but had plenty of campers over weekend.

Gabriel Schuyler

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Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Great Outdoor Location There's lots to do here - beach, boating, fishing, shooting, hiking, biking, fossil hunting, camping, etc. The trails are maintained through park and volunteer resources. There are multiple playgrounds, locations focused on education, and things for kids to do. There's not much variation in the plants and trees but there are trails that go around the lake.

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