|C. J. Brown Lake
C.J. Brown Lake / Reservoir is located in Buck Creek State Park in west central Ohio, near Springfield. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources manages the park and the lake in a cooperative effort with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. They strive to preserve natural areas so to ensure suitable environments for fish and wildlife to thrive.
C.J. Brown Lake provides 2,102 acres of enticing fishing, boating and swimming waters. The park offers hunting, hiking, horseback riding and much more. The East Fork State Park is open year round.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife stocks the lake with walleye. crappie, largemouth and smallmouth bass, bluegill and channel catfish.
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C. J. Brown Lake has no restrictions as to the size or types of boats permitted on the water. Boaters can access the lake from a public boat ramp. A private boat ramp is operated by the marina. Seasonal docks with overnight docking, a boat / swimming / camping area and a small grocery store are also available for lake visitors.
Although the reservoir has no horsepower limit, a 10 mph speed limit is enforced from sunset to sunrise. A no-wake zone within 300 feet from shore around the entire 14 mile shoreline is enforced. Boats are not permitted in the area adjacent to the dam and control tower.
Camping facilities and cottages overlooking the landscape are available at Buck Creek State Park. Please consult the Lake Resource Guide for additional lodging information in the area.
The closest major city is Dayton. Nearby Ohio cities: Springfield, Riverside, Fairborn and Xenia. C. J. Brown Reservoir is in Clark county.
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