Alum Creek State Park
Alum Creek Reservoir - A 3,300-acre U.S. Corp of Engineers managed Lake. The northern section is restricted to paddling, the southern section is great for all kinds of boats and water skiing. Fishing is popular from boats and from the shore.
Swimming Beach - a 3000 ft beach along the shore of the Lake. There is a changing area, bathrooms, and a concession stand.
Campground - there are 286 campsites at the main campground. Each site has electricity, water, and there is Wi-Fi available. There are hot showers and bathrooms in centrally located bathhouses. Sites included wooded and open areas, some have views of the lake. A beach and a boat launch are available for campground guests. A primitive campground, located just off of Howard Road, has a number of campsites available for those that like to rough it. Don't forget your camping chairs and picnic set if you head out camping! Campground Map
Cabins - There are 8 cabins for rent within the park.
Hiking / Mountain Biking / Horseback riding - 40 miles of trails. Nine and a half for hiking, thirty eight miles for horsebacking riding, and two different bicycle trails that total fourteen and a half miles.
Picnicking - There are many individual tables throughout the park. Tables have grilles and there are also centrally located restrooms in a number of locations. There are two group picnic areas, managed by the U.S. Corp of Engineers (614-548-6151), near the dam.
Dog Park - A 4 acre dog friendly area along the shore of the lake.
You can also visit the Olentangy Indian Caverns, go boating and fishing, and
Please visit the state of Ohio Alum Creek State Park website for information about the park.
3615 S. Old State Road
Delaware, OH 43015
Camping and Cabin Reservations - 866-644-6727
2010 Special Events
At amphitheater 1pm on Saturday, August 14th, 2010
Ew, gross, disgusting! That’s what you’ll hear at Grossfest where you’ll investigate bugs, fish, feces, trash and other gross things.
At the campgrounds October 1st and 2nd, 2010
Enjoy fall games, crafts, trick or treating, pumpkin decorating, and more! Don’t forget to decorate your site or make a scary trail for a prize!
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