Raccoon Creek Reservoir

Raccoon Creek Reservoir, Clyde, OH 43410
Clyde, Ohio 43410
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Raccoon Creek Reservoir
Coordinates: 41.2890275, -82.9775745
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About Raccoon Creek Reservoir
Raccoon Creek Reservoir is located in southeastern Sandusky County on OH-101. It is located in the southern part of Clyde.

Raccoon Creek Reservoir is an upground reservoir owned by the City of Clyde; water is supplied to the reservoir by transferring water from Beaver Creek Reservoir, which is located in Seneca County. Completed in 1950, it was built to provide water for municipal and recreational use. Raccoon Creek Reservoir has a surface area of 36 acres at maximum water level and a storage capacity of approximately 200 million gallons. Raccoon Creek Reservoir has a maximum depth of 26 feet, located in the west-central portion of the reservoir. The reservoir has a relatively flat bottom and an average depth of about 16 feet. Because of the high average depth and flat bottom, there is limited shallow water. Raccoon Creek Reservoir is open to public fishing through a cooperative agreement between the City of Clyde and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife. No fisheries enhancement facilities were incorporated into this reservoir.

No restroom facilities.