Bolivar Dam

Description:

Near the Football Hall of Fame in Canton, a state-operated historical facility, Fort Laurens, is nearby.

Directions:

Bolivar Dam is approximately 1 mile east of I-77. At I-77, take Exit 93, which is the Bolivar/Zoar - State Route 212 Exit. Take State Route 212 east roughly 1/2 mile and make a left on Tuscarawas County Road 103. Go approximately 100 yards, take a left onto Glenpark Road, approximately a mile down the road is Bolivar Dam and facilities.

Phone:

(330) 874-2121

Email:

Address:

11614 Glenpark Road NE Bolivar, OH 44612-9521

Activities:

Picnicking Wildlife Viewing Playground Park Specialized Sport Site

Organization:

USACE - US Army Corps of Engineers

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