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Leesville Lake–Bramble Road and Dove Road

Sherrodsville, Ohio 44675
Leesville Lake webpage
Leesville Lake map
Leesville Lake Wildlife Area webpage
Leesville Lake Wildlife Area map

Also, see Leesville Lake and Carroll County Birding Drive

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Leesville Lake–Bramble Rd. and Dove Rd. (view from roadside only)
Coordinates: 40.4665069, -81.1424446
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About Leesville Lake
Leesville Lake is located in southwestern Carroll County and is approximately two miles southeast of Sherrodsville on County Road 22 and five miles south of Carrollton on OH-332. The Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District was organized under state law in 1933 for the primary purposes of flood control, conservation, and recreation. The first waters to form the permanent lakes were impounded in 1938. In 1939, the flood control aspect became the responsibility of the United States Army Corps of Engineers as part of the Ohio-Mississippi Flood Control Program.
From Leesville Lake webpage

About Leesville Wildlife Area
Leesville Wildlife Area is located in Carroll County. Three separate parcels, totaling 394 acres, make up this wildlife area. Access to the public land is from OH-164, Delta Road, and Edgewood Road. Purchase of the land for this wildlife area began in 1944 and additional land was obtained as funds became available. Management work has included the planting of thousands of conifers, protection and improvement of the woodlands, selection of areas which will be allowed to return to woodland through natural succession, clear-cuts on small blocks of older timber, and management of existing open fields, all to maintain habitat diversity. Hunting is the major recreational use of the area; sightseeing, hiking, fishing, nature study, and bird watching are the other popular recreational uses.
From Leesville Lake Wildlife Area webpage