Harrison Lake State Park is a 142-acre (57 ha) Ohio, United States, state park established in 1950. The park offers a 3.5 mile hiking trail, 150 foot swimming beach, and a campground with 181 camp sites.
The lake itself covers 105 acres, artificially created by a dam across Mill Creek, a tributary to the Tiffin River, in 1941. The depth is a maximum of 24 feet, and fish include Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, White Crappie and Yellow Bullhead.
A 4-H camp is also located by the lake and offers access to the water for their campers.
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