Hueston Woods State Park

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Hueston Woods State Park


Location:In the southwest part of the state, 1 hour northwest of Cincinnati.
Facilities:488 campsites (252 with electricity), 3 camper cabins (é), 37 cottages, 96-room lodge, group camp, horsemen's camp, showers, flush toilets, picnic areas, restaurant, hiking trails (10 miles), bridle trails (18 miles), bike trails (12 miles), bike rentals, horse rentals, swimming beach, fishing pier (é), food concession, marina, boat ramps, boat rentals, fuel dock, 18-hole golf course, paintball field, target range, nature center, playground, game courts.
Activities:Camping, boating (10 HP limit), fishing, swimming, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, golf, cross-country skiing, sledding, ice skating, ice fishing, ice boating, paintball, nature programs.
Special Features:Park includes a year-round nature center which provides bird and flower walks, slide talks, and fossil hunts.
Address:6301 Park Office Rd
College Corner, OH 45003

Phone:513-523-6347
Web: www.ohiodnr.com/parks/parks/huestonw.htm
Size: 2,936 acres land; 625 acres water.

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Acton Lake is the largest reservoir in Preble County.
We surveyed Sharon Lake, Winton Lake, Miami Whitewater Lake, Lakengren and Acton Lake using a Raytheon DE-719C recording depth sounder and hand-held global positioning system (GPS).
While we have no direct data on trap efficiencies we estimate that in some of our study reservoirs (notably Rush Run and Acton Lake) trap efficiency is probably greater than 90 percent, while in others (Upper Timberlake) it may be as low as 50 percent.
Acton Lake is the largest reservoir in Preble County, with a drainage area of 256 [km.sup.2] (99 [mi.sup.2]).
Acton Lake: Biology of its benthos and notes on its physical limnology, 1959-1970.
All enclosures were placed at the north end of Acton Lake in water [sim]0.75 m deep.
Excretion by gizzard shad on day 12 was determined for gizzard shad that could feed on sediments using our own estimates of N and P excretion by gizzard shad in Acton Lake (Schaus et al.
Enclosures were positioned at the north end of Acton Lake as during the previous experiment; fish were added 2 d following placement of the enclosures.
In Acton Lake, the biomass of gizzard shad was [greater than]10 times that level during 1994.
After visiting a friend in Banbridge I quizzed him about Acton Lake near Scarva.
The boy's personal best predator of just under six pounds was gently slid back into Acton Lake to fight again.
One of my colleagues had heard from a friend that Acton Lake near Poyntzpass was fishing very well and that he'd seen fish breaking and swirling about the surface near a large reed bed in the northern shallows.