Clermont County Parks & Nature Preserves

The following list of parks and preserves includes those managed by federal, state, county, and non-governmental agencies (such as the National Audubon Society, the Nature Conservancy, various historical societies, etc.).

We have tried to collect information on the activities and facilities available at various parks, but things may change without us knowing about it. So please double-check the information at the official site (click on the park’s name to go there).



Bott Wildlife Area (State Wildlife Area)
  • Park size: 168 acres
  • Hunting when in season with license. Please visit park web site for details.
  • Wildlife Area Map for Bott Wildlife Area
Chilo Lock 34 Park (County Park)
  • 521 County Park Road, Chilo, OH 45112
  • Trail map
  • Park size: 116 acres
  • Camp sites
  • Restrooms
  • Contains former lock & dam. Visitor Center & Museum. Hiking trails. Overnight youth camp.
Crooked Run Sanctuary (State Nature Preserve)
  • U.S. Highway 52, Chilo, Ohio 45112
  • GPS coordinates: N38.790233, W84.132550
  • Park size: 78 acres
  • Total trail length: 2 miles
  • Wildlife viewing area, observation tower.
East Fork (State Park)
  • 3294 Elklick Road, Bethel, OH 45106
  • Trail map
  • Park size: 4,870 acres
  • Total trail length: 51 miles hiking, 26 miles bridle, 5 miles mountain bike trails
  • Dog friendly
  • Bridle trails
  • Fishing (check the official site to see if there are any restrictions)
  • Hunting when in season with license. Please visit park web site for details.
  • Good site for bird watching
  • Camp sites
  • Mountain bike trails
  • Cross country ski trails
  • Restrooms
  • Swimming (1,200 ft beach), boating, sledding.
  • Campground Map
  • Park Map for East Fork
East Fork Wildlife Area (State Wildlife Area)
  • Park size: 2,705 acres
  • Dog friendly
  • Fishing (check the official site to see if there are any restrictions)
  • Hunting when in season with license. Please visit park web site for details.
  • Camp sites
  • Restrooms
  • APV riding area, portion of Buckeye Trail
  • Wildlife Area Map for East Fork Wildlife Area
Kathryn Stagge-Marr (Township Park)
  • 6662 Goshen Road, Goshen, OH 45122
  • GPS coordinates: N39.225249, W84.150861
  • Trail map
  • Park size: 82 acres
  • Total trail length: 1.5 miles
  • Dog friendly
  • Catch and release with a valid fishing license.
  • Location on Google Maps
Kelley Nature Preserve (County Preserve)
  • 297 Center Street (State Route 126), Loveland, OH 45140
  • GPS coordinates: N 39.21166, W 84.30606
  • Trail map
  • Park size: 42 acres
  • Total trail length: 1 mile
Pattison Park (County Park)
  • 2228 US Highway 50, Batavia, OH 45103
  • Trail map
  • Park size: 45 acres
  • Total trail length: 0.25 mile
  • Fishing (check the official site to see if there are any restrictions)
Shor Park (County Park)
  • 4659 Tealtown Road, Milford, OH 45150
  • GPS coordinates: N39.10858,W84.23858
  • Trail map
  • Park size: 53 acres
  • Good site for bird watching
Stonelick (State Park)
  • 2895 Lake Drive, Pleasant Plain, Ohio 45162
  • Trail map
  • Park size: 1,058 acres
  • Total trail length: Hiking / biking – 4.3 miles
  • Dog friendly
  • Fishing (check the official site to see if there are any restrictions)
  • Hunting when in season with license. Please visit park web site for details.
  • Camp sites
  • Mountain bike trails
  • Cross country ski trails
  • Restrooms
  • Swimming (500 ft beach), boating, sledding
  • Campground Map
  • Park Map for Stonelick
Sycamore Park (County Park)
  • 4082 State Route 132, Batavia, OH 45103
  • GPS coordinates: N 39.06778, W 84.18961
  • Trail map
  • Park size: 158 acres
  • Total trail length: 0.6 mile
Williamsburg to Batavia Hike Bike Trail (Bike Path)


Last Update: 2016-04-26 20:25:48

© TrekOhio.com 2015

2 thoughts on “Clermont County Parks & Nature Preserves”

  1. Larry Cadwallader says:

    I recently discovered a white walnut or butternut tree in Eastfork area. It doesn’t appear to have the kankers on it. Kind of small maybe 8 inches in diameter. Just thought it may need some extra care and wondering how I may help it stay healthy.

    1. Deb Platt says:

      Larry, we aren’t affiliated with the county park district. However the Clermont County contact page for government offices lists this number for the Park District: (513) 732-2977

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Complete the following sentence by typing either real or spam:
My comment is ...