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We had a blast riding on the black swan paddle boat. Me and my 14 yr old daughter peddled while my 5 yr old son and daddy enjoyed the ride. The view was beautiful and the lake was not very busy. The cost of $40...More
we rented a pontoon boat for a couple hours and it was nice and relaxing, on a weekday in july it was not crowded at all. we then went to the beach to use the restrooms and they were disgusting, i almost threw up from...More
I thought the fees were reasonable, however, they count dogs and cats as a person. We brought pets on vacation with us and did not want to leave them in the car, so in order for us to go on the lake, we had to...More
The Lake is not very big, but certainly large enough for a 2-hour kayak or canoe ride. Some folks in our party rented the paddle boats. Prices are reasonable, $30 for two hours. Places to swim and lots of natural scenery on the far side...More
Nice time away from home...This was our first time here. Reasonable rates for pontoon rental but boat could of been cleaned up better. There was trash left behind from other guests and the floor had a small hole in it. Staff was very friendly and...More
Very disappointed in our visit. Rented a pontoon and there were so many rules it wasnt even enjoyable. The water is very dirty!!! They rent the boats but have signs everywhere of places you cant go. We found our trip to be very disheartening. Left...More
We kayaked the lake, but there were several folks at the beach and in the water. The water temperature was very warm out in the middle of the lake. The kids jumped out of their kayaks to swim for a little while and it was... More
We kayaked the lake, but there were several folks at the beach and in the water. The water temperature was very warm out in the middle of the lake. The kids jumped out of their kayaks to swim for a little while and it was very refreshing for them.
Lake Logan is apt to see more swimmers this year since our pool at the lodge will not be open. I thought it might be helpful for visitors to know a little more about this state park. The lake was man-made in 1955, and originally known as Hocking Lake. The state park provides boating, swimming, fishing, hunting, hiking and is a beautiful place to birdwatch. Boats with motors up to 10 hp are permitted on the lake. Sailboating is also popular. Pontoon boats, canoes, kayaks, pedal boats...More
May 01, 2017|
Has Ohio DNR modified the policy here as they did with Acton and some other lakes that motors over 10 horsepower are idle zone only while 10 horsepower and under can operate any way they like??