Lake Milton, OH

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Lake Milton


Town(s): Lake Milton OH
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Size: 1685 acres
Average Depth: feet
Maximum Depth: 33 feet

Boating Allowed: Kayaks, Canoes, Sail Boats, Gas Engines Prohibited, Power Boats, Jet-skis
Swimming: Swimming Allowed, Some Restrictions

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Lake Milton – is a picturesque residential lake located in Mahoning County,  just a little over 1 hour drive from Cleveland. With over a century’s worth of history, this wonderful recreational lake is well loved by residents and visitors alike.

 

Lake / Beach / Marina – Lake Milton is 1,685 acres with 23 miles of shoreline and a maximum depth of 33 feet. Residents enjoy many recreational activities on the water since the lake has no horsepower limit and does allow jet skis. The lake provides opportunities for boating, fishing and swimming as the lake has a 600-foot public swimming beach with sand volleyball and full functioning facilities. The lake also has a full-service marina that offers boat rentals, fuel and supplies for all your recreations.  

 

Offshore Amenities – Lake Milton also has several offshore amenities for residents to enjoy with basketball courts, playgrounds, and four shelter houses available for reservation. Fishing is popular at the lake with several species that reside in the lake including pike, perch, catfish and sunfish. Residents will also enjoy the 1.25-mile hiking trail and additional paved biking trail, as well as the Nature and Arts Amphitheatre!

 

Nearby Activities – Nearby the lake there are several more parks that offer additional hiking, boating, and recreational opportunities including West Branch, Nelson-Kennedy Ledges, Quail Hollow and Kyle Woods that hosts a unique 80-acre beach-maple woodlot. Nearby Youngstown offers history enthusiasts the Arms Museum, Butler Institute of American Art, and Mill Creek Park. Within driving distance there is the famous Geauga Lake & Wildwater Kingdom, as well as the Cleveland Zoo located only 1 hour away.

 

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

Fish Species: Muskellunge, White Bass, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Channel Catfish, Sunfish, Bluegill, White Sucker, Walleye

Boat Access: Access for Power and Non-power Boats
Ramp Comments: 3 Public Boat Launches
Parking Spaces: More than 40

Shoreline Development: 75-100%