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Nature's Corner #141 Naturalist Janet Lasley tells about wild edible plants.

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Marlon and Scout
Left: Marlon; Right: Scout the Screech Owl

The Nature Center Association of Caesar Creek (NCACC) is an organization of volunteers with the goals of preserving and improving Caesar Creek State Park and educating the public about its unique attributes. Learn More about us...

Nature Center hours vary seasonally. The Nature Center is closed. We apologize for the inconvenience. For more information, please call 513-897-3055.


Most restrooms are now open.
The beach restrooms are not; please use the portable toilets for now.
All boat docks are in the water.

The Nature Center remains closed.
Volunteers and staff are working to prepare it for a possible June opening.
Group Campgrounds are open for reservations.

USACE Visitor Center is open with limited capacity.

Areas of the campground are receiving landscaping.

The Wellman Group Campground shelter roof is being repaired.

Tuesday night Bass fishing tournaments resumed 04/13.
Click here for details.
Parts of the 50 Springs Loop/Connector Trail are temporarily closed to repair a water crossing.

Store Hours:
Marina: 7 days a week: 10am-6pm
Campground: Sun-Thur 10am-6pm; Fri-Sat 9am-9pm
Park Office: Mon-Fri 8:30am - 4pm

Recent Volunteer and Nature Center Activities



Nature's Corner #141 — April 2021

Erin talks with OCVN Janet Lasley about the edible plants that you might have growing in your yard.

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  • Created: April 20, 2021
  • Running time: 00:41:06
  • Created: April 20, 2021

March 2021 Activities Report

A Red-headed Woodpecker

Trail work resumes

Volunteers have cleared many miles of Perimeter and Fifty Springs Trails of tripping hazards ("snipers"). They also removed the dilapidated Bridge Paw Paw on Fifty Springs Trail and have staged materials to construct its replacement.

Sightings of Red-headed Woodpeckers have been increasing locally. Look for them near the Hopewell Day Lodge.



Nature's Corner #140 — March, 2021

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  • Running time: 00:49:48
  • Created: March 15, 2021
  • Running time: 00:49:48
  • Created: March 15, 2021

February 2021 Activities Report

Bruce (left)

Where's Bruce?

Meet Bruce the Spruce, the new Park mascot! Bruce will be roving the trails of the Park to provide photo opportunities for Park visitors.



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