Caesar Creek State Park covers a total area of 3,741-acres near Dayton City, the sixth largest city in Ohio and the county seat of Montgomery County, Ohio. The park is about 24 miles from Dayton. A special feature of Caesar Creek State Park is that it also holds several historical interests including 15 historical buildings and a pioneer village that depicts life in the 1800’s.
The terrain at the park is mainly comprised of a lot of scattered woodlands, steep ravines, meadows, and clear blue waters, offering some of the best recreational environments for camping, fishing, and hiking in the southwest of Ohio. Additionally, the park sits right next to the crest of the Cincinnati Arch which is the summit of several bedrock layers formed due to prolonged geological activity. There are plenty of excellent fossil finds in the park that provides evidence to life that once existed under water.
Caesar Creek State Park boasts several other amenities to facilitate numerous activities including mountain biking, horseback riding, swimming, boating, cross-country skiing, ice skating, ice fishing, and nature programs. Amenities include about 30 campsites with electricity, 3 cabins, horsemen's camp, picnic areas, picnic shelters, showers, flush toilets, and a rent-an-RV unit. There are also several trails including bridle trails, bike trails, and hiking trails, boat ramps, and docks, among other amenities.
Entry into the park is free of charge for both you and your dog and you should, therefore, take advantage of the great facilities and activities at the park. With that said, it is important to follow the standard Ohio State Park rules to avoid any inconvenience to you, your dog, or to other people and animals at the park. The basic rules you must follow include keeping your dog on a leash no longer than 6 feet long and avoiding park buildings especially those that are not designated as pet-friendly areas.