Kiser Lake State Park

Kiser Lake State Park


Location:An hour north of Dayton, in the southwest corner of the state.
Facilities:115 campsites (without electricity), group camp, camper cabin, picnic areas, picnic shelters, hiking trails (5 miles), swimming beach, boat ramps, boat rentals, docks, game courts, playgrounds, nature center.
Activities:Camping, boating (no motors permitted), sailing, fishing, swimming, scuba diving, hiking, hunting, ice skating, sledding, cross-country skiing, ice boating, ice fishing.
Special Features:During the ice age, when ice edge remained stationary for a period of time, it created a linear ridge along its front, called a moraine. The Farmersville Moraine surrounds the lake on three sides, and contains boulders, some weighing several tons, carried from as far away as Canada. Called erratics, these boulders are a common sight at Kiser.
Address:4889 N State Rt 235
Saint Paris, OH 43072

Phone:937-362-3822
Web: www.ohiodnr.com/parks/parks/kisrlake.htm
Size: 531 acres land; 396 acres water.

See other parks in Ohio.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Participants will travel 50 miles per day with stops in historical sites throughout the area including Lake Loramie State Park and beach, the Piqua Historical Area, Kiser Lake State Park, the Ohio Caverns, Buck Creek State Park, Clifton Mill, the National Afro-American Museum, the United States Air Force Museum, Caesar Creek State Park, Pioneer Village, the Miamisburg Mound, Sycamore State Park and Ft.