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Forty-three miles of hiking trails lead hikers to many scenic views. This route travels the west side of Caesar Creek Lake.

Begin this lengthy hike from the USACE Visitor Center found along Clarksville Road. Ample parking is available. This trail meanders to and from the shore of Caesar Creek Lake. Numerous scenic views of the lake and shoreline fishing opportunities exit. The length of the trail is 7.2 miles with no significant change in elevation. Retrace your steps back to the visitor center once you reach SR 73. In winter, cross-country skiers use the trail.

Directions: From Waynesville, OH, Travel east along SR 73 about a mile to reach the park. Head right (south) onto Clarksville Road to reach the USACE Visitor Center, several miles down on the right. (If you cross the dam, you've gone too far.)

Elevation Gain: Minimal

Difficulty: Easy

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Caesar Creek State Park, Ohio

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