West Salem OH
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Kayaks, Canoes, Sail Boats, Electric Motor Boats, Gas Engines Prohibited, Horsepower or Speed Restrictions
Boating Comments: Only non-gas engines allowed. 5 HP Limit
Swimming: Swimming Allowed, Some Restrictions
Cinnamon Lake – is a private and gated lakefront community located in West Salem, Ohio. Nestled in the heart of Amish country, this 1200-acre community is only 1.5 hours from Columbus and 1 hr. from Cleveland. Cinnamon Lake is the perfect opportunity to enjoy a quiet and peaceful lakefront lifestyle!
Lake / Beach – Cinnamon lake is a 135-acre lake that only allows non-gas engines with a 5 HP Limit. This makes the lake one of the quietest lakes in Ohio! And of course, kayaks, canoes and other non-powered watercraft are all allowed and provide great opportunities to enjoy the lake. The community also has a sand filled beach right in front of the lodge for member enjoyment.
Offshore Amenities – There is no shortage of things to do at Cinnamon, and the members get to use a 4,500 sq. foot lodge with restrooms, showers, a concession stand, and is a great place to hold large events such as receptions and weddings! Members can also enjoy a swimming pool, basketball courts, tennis courts, a volleyball court and a well-equipped playground. There is also a softball field with restrooms on the north side of the lake. And if that’s not enough, there are several pavilions and picnic areas open to member use as well as a full-service campground with electric and water hookups.
Nearby Activities – Since Cinnamon Lake is nestled in the heart of Amish country there is a vast number of things to see and do. Members can check out cheese factories, livestock auctions, handmade quilting stores and much more! Residents can also experience nature first hand by going to the Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area as well as the Shreve Lake Wildlife Area! The college of Wooster is also nearby which hosts several antique shops and social events. And the county also hosts the Secrest Arboretum, located inside the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, which has the world’s largest collection of old-world roses
No Known Issues
Vegetation Growth: Unknown
Non-native Species: Unknown
Bullheads, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Yellow Perch
None, Private Lake
Parking Spaces: None