Wolf Run State Park
16170 Wolf Run Road
Wolf Run State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 158
Number of Sites with Electric: 71
The rugged hills of southeastern Ohio provide the setting for Wolf Run State Park. The scenic woodlands and cool, clean waters of the park offer visitors a quiet retreat in this remote area of the state.
71 electric sites
67 non-electric sites
Showers and laundry facilities are provided
Picnic tables, fire rings and latrines are provided
The campground offers a basketball hoop, in addition to playground equipment for youngsters
The camp office loans games and sporting equipment to registered campers
A walk-in group area with fire rings is available for use by organized youth groups on a reservation basis
A 20-site primitive fly-in camping area is located on the north side of the lake
The area is within walking distance of the 4,700-foot runway at the Noble County Airport
Boats with motors of up to 10 horsepower are permitted on Wolf Run Lake.
A launching ramp and tie-ups are available on the south side of the lake, easily accessible from State Route 215
Fishing and Hunting
The lake is well known for large catches of bass, bluegill, crappie, trout and catfish.
Hunting is permitted in special areas only.
A hunting map can be obtained at the park office.
A valid Ohio hunting and/or fishing license is required.
A 3.5-mile section of the Buckeye Trail passes along the west side of the lake.
A half-mile loop trail begins at the nature center providing opportunities for nature study and wildlife observation.
The 1.5-mile Lakeview Trail skirts the lake, providing a pleasant walk from the campground to the beach.
200-foot public swimming beach is located on the south side of the lake is open during daylight hours
Restrooms and changing booths are available
Scuba diving is also permitted in the lake, except within the beach area.
Proper equipment and marking of the diving area are required.
Diving alone is prohibited
Check for water quality advisories
Picnic areas are located in scenic areas of the park.
A shelterhouse may be reserved online or by calling
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