Stonelick State Park

Stonelick State Park is a park located in Clermont County, Ohio, approximately 25 miles (40 km) east of Cincinnati, Ohio. The park is 1,058 acres (4.28 km2) of land and 200 acres (0.81 km2) of water.The park is located off Ohio SR 727 in Wayne Township. Clermont County Ohio Information.

Location Clermont, Ohio, United States
Coordinates 39°13′06″N 84°03′49″WCoordinates: 39°13′06″N 84°03′49″W
Area 1,058 acres (4.28 km2)
Elevation 873 ft (266 m)
Established 1948
Governing body Ohio Department of Natural Resources
Website Stonelick State Park

Stonelick State Park offers a stunning setting for a host of outdoor leisure activities for you to delight in throughout your Recreational Vehicle holiday. The sensational forests and waters on this 1,058-acre park will provide you with limitless outside chances to explore, consisting of boating, swimming, treking, picnicking, hunting, and fishing.

As soon as you park your camper, you can venture into one of the 4 hiking and cycling trails traversing through the park. The Beech Tree Trail will provide you with a moderate challenge while the Red Fox Trail is relatively simple. You will delight in swimming and sunbathing on the lake’s 500-foot public beachfront. There are numerous secluded and well-shaded picnic areas in the park, total with tables and grills. A shelter house is offered near to the beach.
For boating and kayaking, there is a boat launch so you can access the 200-acre Stonelick Lake. Canoe and kayak rental services are available. Numerous designated hunting locations are likewise offered. If you visit during the winter months, you can take pleasure in other types of outdoor activities like sledding, ice skating, ice fishing, cross-country snowboarding, and ice fishing.


The land for the park was gotten in 1948, and a dam at the west side of the lake was completed in 1950, which produced the lake.

Since the park’s beginning, there was a wastewater leak that damaged the ecology of the lake. The lake was dug up in the early-mid 1990s to bring back the contamination levels of the lake to those that are safe for wildlife and swimming.

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