By 1808Delaware, Ohio Department of Natural Resources

Alum Creek State Park has moved its park operations to the newly renovated park office at 3615 S. Old State Rd in Delaware, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR).

The new office is open Monday through Friday 8 AM to 4:30 PM for watercraft registrations, boat inspections, and general park visitor information. Long-time park visitors will recognize the park’s new office location as the building that served as Alum Creek’s park headquarters until 2015.

“Returning our operations to the former park office building made sense because it allows us to provide better customer service for our park visitors,” said Jason Meyers, Alum Creek State Park Manager, “In addition to its natural setting and the pond nearby, the park office offers more space for visitors and staff.”

Alum Creek State Park has many activities for visitors to enjoy including the large Alum Creek Reservoir with 3,387 acres of water for boating, paddling, fishing, and swimming. In addition to four boat ramps, the park’s swim beach is the largest inland beach in the state park system.

Alum Creek State Park’s campground offers a variety of full hookup and electric sites, as well as a boat launch ramp that is designated for registered campers. Visitors can also enjoy disc golf, hunting, hiking, and picnicking.

To learn more about Alum Creek State Park, please visit: https://ohiodnr.gov/wps/portal/gov/odnr/go-and-do/plan-a-visit/find-a-property/alum-creek-state-park

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