Caesar Creek State Park in Ohio contains over 3,700 acres of outdoor recreation area. It has woodlands, meadows, crystal clear waters, and steep ravines. In Southwest Ohio, Caesar Creek State Park has something for everyone.
Inside the park, visitors can camp, fish, hike, bike, hunt, ride horses, and explore the nature center. There’s an archery range where guests can practice target shooting at 10, 20, 30, and 40 yards, but you must bring all your own equipment. On the water, guests can swim, boat, fish, and more. There is a 1,300-foot beach available for swimming, but it is at own risk, and pets are not allowed. Pets are allowed in the water outside the designated swimming beach.
There are several trails in the park, which vary in length and complexity. Two trails are open to hikers only, and the others are also open to horseback riding or biking. Your dog can join you on most of the trails and the campground but must stay on their leash or contained at all times. If you hike with your dog, always come prepared with plenty of water for yourself and your pet, and bring waste bags to pick up after your pet.
Caesar Creek State Park is open year-round. If you want to stay overnight, you can choose from 238 sites in the campground. Three have full hookups, and the rest are electric only. Some sites are marked for tents only. The campground features bath and shower houses and water faucets throughout. You can make reservations beforehand through the website or by phone. Fees start at $26 per night during the off-season.
There is an off-leash training area where pet owners can work on tracking and field retrieving. The area is not fenced and is not suitable for general use. If you’re in Southwest Ohio, Caesar Creek State Park has plenty of room for all your outdoor recreation needs—for you and your family, furry companions included.