What to DoOutdoor Recreation
Buckeye Lake’s shoreline offers excellent habitat for waterfowl. Good bird-watching opportunities exist especially during the spring and fall migrations. One of the state’s largest great blue heron rookeries is situated on adjacent private land, but the birds can often be seen in the park.
Check out this driving tour that the Ohio Ornithological Society created to highlight all the great bird watching spots around Buckeye Lake. The tour takes no more than a day, and you’ll find plenty of great spots to walk and bird in Fairfield and Licking Counties. Buckeye Lake’s shoreline offers excellent habitat for waterfowl. Excellent bird watching opportunities exist all around, especially during the spring and fall migrations. One of the state’s largest great blue heron rookeries is close by, and nest boxes of Prothonotary Warblers are located in the cranberry bog.
A 4-mile shoreline path across the top of the dam that connects the North Shore to Lieb’s Island and offers a variety of areas for fishing and relaxation.
Buckeye Lighthouse knows that you are ready to roll! They have a fleet of bicycles, longboards, scooters, and kid bikes geared up for you and your gang to have fun while you explore Buckeye Lake! In addition to popular rentals, The Lighthouse offers a selection of lake-themed merchandise, gifts, and home décor with great style and prices. The shop is open Wednesday through Sunday, 10am – 8pm.
And if you are looking to experience lake life as a local, ask for their comprehensive list of homes for sale. They can help buyers and sellers all around Buckeye Lake make the move.
Harbor Hills Country Club where golf isn’t just a game, it’s an enjoyable adventure. Nestled within one of many Buckeye Lake’s serene residential communities, Harbor Hills Country Club is open to the public and offers golfers a scenic view of the lake, pristine course conditions, fast greens and a challenge for golfers of all skill levels.
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Situated in Rising Park – one of the crown jewels of the Lancaster Parks System – and rising high above the city, you will find Mt. Pleasant. Formerly home to a variety of Native American activities, the site is now widely recognized as one of the best overlooks in the region. This Blackhand sandstone relief rises almost 300 feet above the city of Lancaster. It is a popular destination for visitors and locals alike.
Specializing in lake and camping equipment, nautical décor, unique handcrafted items related to lake living, T shirts, sunglasses, hats and more! Stop by for kayak rentals, bike rentals, fishing poles, fishing/hunting licenses, tackle, live bait, camping, boating, and lake gear.