Caesar Creek State Park is on Clarksville Rd. off SR 73, 6 mi. w. of jct. I-71. Accompanied by a 2,800-acre lake, the park offers recreational opportunities and also serves as a nature preserve and wildlife area, where licensed hunting is permitted in season. More than 60 miles of hiking trails are available.
Pioneer Village , 15 historic buildings depicting life in the early 1800s, is on the grounds. The Caesar Creek Lake Visitor Center explores the role of the Army Corps of Engineers in water resource management and flood control. Trilobite fossils and Native American artifacts also are displayed. After obtaining a free permit from the visitor center, visitors may collect fossils on the property.
Recreational activities are permitted. Camping is permitted. Picnicking is permitted.