If you spend a day a weekend or want to live on the waterside of Central Ohio’s Buckeye Lake, you will eventually find life very unique. There is a revival in Buckeye Lake, and the vibrant business community is rich in knowledge and scope. Here are the activities that you can do during your visit to Buckeye Lake.
Hebron State Fish Hatchery
The Administration/Education Building offers self-guided tours and trail charts. Often they are located near the sign on the map. According to its parts: “This facility of 230 acres was bought into the United States. In 1982, the Fish and Wildlife Agency.
You can go to 63 pounds in the wetlands with an area of 25 acres, 50 forested acres with 2.5 miles of nature trails in this hatchery. Water is delivered via a 1.5-mile portion in Ohio Erie Canal through Buckeye Lake (5,000 gallons per minute capacity).
During daytime hours, it is open for the whole year. The area of the wetland is locked during fall due to the Youth Waterfowl Hunt event on Saturday and Sunday mornings. Dates differ, and there are signs posted.
Buckeye Lake Winery
Buckeye Lake Winery provides a full-service restaurant with outdoor and indoor dining and tasty food, situated on the southern banks of Buckeye Lake. By taking the Napa Valley experience home and building fun, they are committed to making great wine.
Tours in groups are welcome. For celebrations, marriages, and special occasions, this place is ideal. When you host your rehearsal dinner, ceremony, and reception, and on the shores of gorgeous Buckeye Lake, will amaze your guests!
Buckeye Lake State Park
In the rebirth of Buckeye Lake State Park, the State of Ohio’s Oldest State Park, the substantial work of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources was instrumental. A big part of what makes it so great here is life on the sea. Enjoy watersports of all sorts – at nine public boat ramps, fire your boat. The lake is designated as an infinite horsepower lake, but having ships of all sizes on the water is expected. Take your sailboat, pontoon, kayak, or canoe out there.
Millersport Sweet Corn Festival
Established to mark the end of summer at Buckeye Lake, the Millersport Sweet Corn Festival has been a tradition in Fairfield County since the mid-1940s. Taste sweet corn flavoured with hot butter served fresh on the cob and piping hot. Bring the entire family to enjoy a wide range of tasty treats, a giant midway with lots of swings, tractor pulls, square dancing, galore tournaments, farm animals, historical exhibitions, and top-name entertainers of country music while strolling the Historic Lions Park’s shady hills.
National Heisey Glass Museum
Managed and run by Heisey Collectors of America, Inc., the museum represents hundreds of people’s knowledge and commitment. In the historic King Building, two complete galleries and six rooms display more than 4,500 glassware pieces. Included are moulds, glassmaking materials, etching plates, and factory designs and samples. Displays are arranged to facilitate contrast and increase the comprehension of Heisey patterns and colours by travellers.
Spacer, The charm of glassware from Heisey, appeals to tourists of all kinds. All will love a visit to the Heisey National Glass Museum, and it is a must for beginner collectors and experts alike.
Buckeye Lake Yacht Club
Initially designed in 1913, one of the most historic and famous structures in the Buckeye Lake Area is the BLYC Clubhouse. The Victorian-style house preserves its old-school elegance while supplying the Club’s members and visitors with many new amenities; OK dining rooms, a vast stone fireplace, lounge rooms, and a large front porch with panoramic Buckeye Lake views.