Caesar Creek State Park–Mound Road
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Tips for birding Mound Road
When the water level is drawn down, this is the best area on the lake for shorebirds. There is also an Osprey nesting platform in the area. This area can be accessed by taking OH-380 south from Roxanna-New Burlington Road. After 1.3 miles, continue straight onto Mound Road. At the end of the road, go past the road closed sign to the next parking area.
From Nutty Birder
About Caesar Creek State Park
The Caesar Creek State Park area sits astride the crest of the Cincinnati Arch, a convex tilting of bedrock layers caused by an ancient upheaval. Younger rocks lie both east and west of this crest where some of the oldest rocks in Ohio are exposed. The sedimentary limestones and shales tell of a sea hundreds of millions of years in our past which once covered the state. The park’s excellent fossil finds give testimony to the life of this long vanished body of water.
The forests of the area are comprised of over 65 species of plants. Several major communities thrive in the area. A northern floodplain forest is found in the valley, while mixed associations of oak-hickory and beech-maple woodlands clothe the ridges and hillsides. Red-tail hawk, white-tail deer, raccoon, red fox and box turtle make the park their home.
From Caesar Creek State Park website
There are numerous restrooms in Caesar Creek State Park, but most are closed during the cold months. The Visitor’s Center has flush toilets available when the Center is open.