Cool Springs Wildlife Conservation Park

Cool Springs Wildlife Conservation Park is comprised of 192 acres and is situated on the Jerome Fork of the Mohican River. The park has hilly terrain, with areas of grassland, forest and marsh. There are also a number of natural springs on the property as well as a five foot waterfall. These springs feed three trout ponds. Approximately 50 acres of the parkland is actively farmed.

One historical highlight of the park is that Johnny Appleseed once had a small apple tree plantation on the property.

Much of the park is open to seasonal public hunting, with the exception of the picnic area located near the spring-fed ponds.

Hunting: If you have questions about the hunting rules and regulations, please click here.

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Location: 2159 County Road 37, Jeromesville

Trail Map

Hunting Map

Contact: Rob Garn (419.295.0472)