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Adams Lake State ParkAdams Lake State Park

47-acre lake with boat ramp. Electric motors only.

The adjoining Adams Lake State Nature Preserve has two short loop trails for approximately 1/2- mile total hiking. Both are considered easy hikes, The Prairie Dock Trail is yet another example of small prairie openings common in Adams County. The Post Oak Trail features a short hike through an oak-hickory forest.

14633 State Route 41
West Union, Ohio 45693


Brush Creek Boat Ramp & CampgroundBrush Creek Boat Ramp & Campground

Ohio River & Ohio Brush Creek - unlimited boating, launch ramp fee, camping, island, food, bait, picnic areas, showers, overnight docking, and fuel. Government built public boat landing. Season is April through and river permitting.
Pet Friendly. 

17085 US 52
Manchester, Ohio 45144

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CreekCreek's Bend

Canoe and kayak access to Ohio Brush Creek is permitted at the Edge of Appalachia’s Creek's Bend access located approximately 7 miles east of West Union on Waggoner Riffle Road. Creek Bend has parking, restrooms and picnic area. Usually this lower section of Ohio Brush Creek has enough water, even during dry summers, to permit a downstream float. Public canoe pullouts downstream would be at Beasley Fork Bridge and the boat ramp at the Ohio River (7-mile float to Ohio River)

West Union, OH 45693

Island Creek Marina and CampgroundIsland Creek Marina and Campground

Home of the Island Creek Mound, an unexcavated Woodland era Native American mound just north east of the parking lot. Camp among history on the beautiful shore of the Ohio River, while overlooking one of the Manchester Islands. Enjoy hours of bird watching or unlimited boating via the public boat launch ramp.

8801 US 52
Manchester, Ohio 45144

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Manchester Boat RampManchester Boat Ramp

Public boat ramp in Manchester at Kinfolk Landing.

Ohio Brush Creek public accessOhio Brush Creek public access

Simply one of the most beautiful and scenic streams in southern Ohio, Brush Creek is a shining example of a high quality stream. Inviting to float as it is to fish. There are several public access points along the stream. Floating or fishing, Ohio Brush Creek is a great way to spend a summer day. The link below is a listing of ODNR public access sites on Ohio Brush Creek.

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Sandy Springs CampgroundSandy Springs Campground

40 new campsites located along the banks of the scenic Ohio River just east of the small village of Sandy Springs on US 52 (Scenic Byway) Tent camping and full hookup for RVs, restrooms & showers, 30/50 amp hookups. Daily, monthly, & seasonal rates.  Ramp available for small boat launching.  Pet Friendly.

27719 US Rt. 52
Stout, Ohio 45684

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