There are several miles of hiking trails within Caesar Creek State Park, some of which can also be used by mountain bikers and others by horseback riders. Whatever your hiking experience, there will be a trail at Caesar Creek State Park to suit your ability.
Running for around 12 miles around the edge of Caesar Creek State Park, you can either hike the whole route or join and leave the path at one of the many access points on the southern edge of Caesar Creek Lake.
A circular hiking route on the peninsula near to the Wellman boat ramp. This is a trail for adventurous hikers, as the path takes you across a 104 ft rope bridge to the beautiful Horseshoe Falls.
Explore the bottom of the steep ravine in Caesar Creek State Park on this one-mile hiking trail. The path can only be accessed by a set of steep stairs.
A three-mile circular mountain biking trail on the Fifty Springs peninsula which is also open to hikers.
There is much more on offer in Caesar Creek State Park than just hiking and mountain biking trails. Visitors of all ages can enjoy trying a wide range of outdoor activities in the park.
The Caesar Creek State Park Nature Center is a great place to start your family vacation. Learn more about the local wildlife from local rangers, and join one of the guided walks or organized activities which take place during the summer months.
The 1,300-foot beach in Caesar Creek State Park offers a great opportunity for kids of all ages to get their first taste of wild swimming. You can even take advantage of the changing booths on the beach.
Motor boats are allowed on Caesar Creek Lake if you have your own, or you can rent kayaks and canoes locally to explore the lake and rivers such as Caesar Creek itself and the Little Miami River to the north.
This activity is permitted in the park with the right license. Rent fishing equipment locally and see if you can catch something to enjoy for dinner at the cozy Caesar Creek State Park cabins.