Dover Dam

Description:

No permanent pool, but there are day-use facilities along the river. Restored village of Zoar is 5 miles North of the dam. Nearby attractions include Shoenbrunn State Park, operated by the Ohio Historical Society and Warther Museum with 56 hand-carved, operating, miniature locomotives.

Directions:

At I-77, take Exit 93, which is the Bolivar/Zoar - State Route 212 Exit. Take State Route 212 east to State Route 800. Take State Route 800 south to the dam.

Phone:

(330) 343-5725

Email:

Address:

5153 State Route 800, NE Dover, OH 44612-6910

Activities:

Picnicking Wildlife Viewing

Organization:

USACE - US Army Corps of Engineers

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