Lake Loramie


Lake Loramie

Town(s): Minster OH

Size: 1655 acres
Average Depth: 6 feet
Maximum Depth: 15 feet

Boating Allowed: Kayaks, Canoes, Sail Boats, Electric Motor Boats, Power Boats, Jet-skis
Swimming: Swimming Allowed, Some Restrictions

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Lake Loramie – is one of the original canal feeder lakes of Ohio, now offering a quiet and peaceful location to enjoy the lake or the state park. As a haven for boaters and angler alike, residents enjoy the lake year-round and all that it has to offer!

Lake / Beach – Lake Loramie is 1,655 acres with an average depth of 6 ft. The lake is popular with boaters as there is no horsepower limit and skiers and tubers can enjoy the large no-wake zone at the lake. Anglers will also find several species of bass, crappie and catfish to catch at the lake. The lake also offers a 600-ft. sandy beach for residents to enjoy that has adjacent parks, pavilions and picnic areas.

Offshore Amenities – With the lake being surround by a state park managed by ODNR, families will find several activities to occupy their time. The park offers over 100 campsites, many with full electric service, as well as additional shelter houses and 15 picnic sites spread across the area. Residents can also enjoy a 9-hole disc golf course, and 5 separate hiking trails including a 2-mile portion of the famous Buckeye Trail.


Nearby Activities –  Just a few miles from the lake is the Gross Memorial Woods State Nature Preserve, one of the least disturbed woods in west-central Ohio, and one of the few mixed species swamp forests remaining in this part of the state. And just a short drive North, residents can find Grand Lake St. Mary’s, another state park and lake that offers additional boating and hiking opportunities. 

Water Quality: No Known Issues
Vegetation Growth: Unknown
Non-native Species: Unknown

Fish Species: Saugeye, Bullheads, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Black Crappie, Carp, Channel Catfish, Sunfish, Bluegill, White Sucker

Boat Access: Access for Power and Non-power Boats
Ramp Comments: 6 public boat ramps
Parking Spaces: More than 40

Shoreline Development: Less than 10%