Seneca Lake Park

Senecaville, Ohio
Seneca Lake webpage
Seneca Lake map
Seneca Lake Park webpage
Seneca Lake Park map
Ohio State Fish Hatcheries brochure

​Also, see Seneca Lake and Noble County Birding Drive

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Seneca Lake Park
Coordinates: 39.909189, -81.4169938
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Most of Seneca Lake is in Noble County. The northwest section of the lake is in Guernsey County. See the Seneca Lake map for the location of the county line.

About Seneca Lake Park
Seneca Lake Park is located on Seneca Lake, Ohio’s third largest inland water way that offers a variety of fishing, boating, and water sports. The campground is open year round for both RV and tent campers with planned activities and special events during the summer months.
+ 513 campsites in two locations
+ Swimming beach with concession stand
+ Vacation cabins, camper cabins
+ Picnic shelters
+ Log cabin nature center, special events
+ Hiking trails
+ Free Wi-Fi internet access at the swimming beach
+ Amphitheater and playground
From Seneca Lake Park webpage

Tips for birding Seneca Lake
From Ohio Ornithological Society website

About Seneca Lake
Seneca Lake is in eastern Ohio, mostly in Noble County, with a small northern portion in Guernsey County. The dam is located 2 miles east of Senecaville on OH-313 and 12 miles southeast of Cambridge via I-77 and OH-313.

Seneca Lake dam was built across the valley of Seneca Fork of Wills Creek by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 1938 for flood control and recreation. It was opened to fishing in 1940, but due to highway relocation the lake did not reach conservation pool until March 1942.

The lake is in the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District’s (MWCD) chain of lakes and all boating, swimming, camping, and picnicking is under MWCD control. Seneca Lake Park is operated by the MWCD. The Division of Wildlife annually leases public fishing and hunting rights on MWCD lakes and lands. Seneca Lake, the largest of the MWCD lakes, has 3,509 surface acres of water and 45 miles of shoreline.
From Seneca Lake webpage

Restrooms at Northern Shore, Seneca Lake Park and Campground, Marina.