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Boating at Caesar Creek Lake

The 2,830-acre lake is an unlimited horsepower designation.

There are five launch ramps that are situated around the lake.
Haines Boat Ramp
- The northern most boat ramp near Cornstalk Rd.
North Pool Boat Ramp
Located on the north side of State Route 73 past the park office and the beach.>
Furnas Shores Boat Ramp
Located on the south side of St. Rt. 73 opposite from the North Pool Ramp.(Steepest of the Ramps)
Wellman Boat Ramp
Southern most ramp closest to the Dam located off of Oregonia Rd.
Campground Boat Ramp
Located in the Campground for registered campers to use or $3 car pass per use or $25 Season Pass. Boating access is on the far right side of the beach.
Locations of boat ramps are shown on
this fishing map.

Two boat swim areas are located on the Northern and Southern ends of the lake.

The Marina: Has 112 Seasonal Slips and 10 Transient Slips. Concession Building and Fuel.

For Boat Storage options there is a Dry Moorage Area that holds 64 Boats. Storage Costs are $150 from April - Oct. & $150 for Winter storage To be put on a waitlist please call (513) 897-3055 The Marina now sells boat registrations. Please call (513) 897-1092 for more info.

Last updated Wednesday, 20-Jan-2021 15:51:23 UTC