Cedar Point National Wildlife Refuge

Description:

Cedar Point National Wildlife Refuge was donated to the Fish and Wildlife Service in 1964 by the owners of the Cedar Point Shooting Club. Currently, the refuge consists of 2,445 acres of marsh, divided into three pools. The largest pool, almost 2,000 acres, is the largest contiguous marsh in Ohio's Lake Erie marshes. Most of the refuge is closed to the public, however, a fishing area is open from June - August. The refuge is managed by staff at Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge, in Oak Harbor.

Directions:

To reach the fishing access, turn north on Yondota Road off of State Route 2. Yondota Road is located three miles east of the Oregon city limits or 9 miles east of I-280. Travel 2 miles north from St. Rt. 2 on Yondota. The fishing access is at the end of an approximately 1/2-mile entrance road that turns to the left off of Yondota road.

Phone:

419-898-0014

Email:

cedarpoint@fws.gov

Address:

14000 W. State Route 2 Oak Harbor, OH 43449

Activities:

Fishing

Organization:

FWS - Fish and Wildlife Service

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