Clear Fork Reservoir–Wolf School Road Access
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Tips for birding Clear Fork Reservoir Wolf School Road Access
Park where Wolf School Road ends at a T-intersection with Bowers Road. There is a pull off on the east side of Bowers Road at this intersection. Walk east through the woods from this intersection to a view of the reservoir. This area can be a good place to view shorebirds during migration when the water level of the reservoir is low. It is helpful to care a spotting scope at this location.
About Clear Fork Reservoir
Clear Fork Reservoir is located in Richland and Morrow counties, approximately 8 miles southwest of Mansfield along OH-97.
Clear Fork Reservoir was completed in 1949. The city of Mansfield constructed this 971-acre reservoir as a water supply lake.
Clear Fork Reservoir has a gently sloping bottom with a maximum depth of 24 feet. The upper end is shallow with numerous tree stumps. Several islands characterize the mid-lake area while the lower end is deeper and open.
From Clear Fork Reservoir webpage
Restrooms at locations identified on the Clear Fork Reservoir map. Some are not open in the winter.