Saulisberry Park

Kenton, Ohio

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This park occupies land that once was a stone quarry. When operations ceased, the roughly 200-acre site was donated to the City of Kenton and became Saulisberry Park. It opened to the public in about 1970. Visitors can find a lot to do. France Lake is not big at about 10 acres, but it’s full of bass, bluegills, crappies, channel catfish, and carp. A number of fishing derbies are held on it throughout the year. It’s open to paddlers and boaters using trolling motors. You don’t need a fishing license or a boat registration to use it, but you do have to purchase a fishing and/or boating pass.

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"This park occupies land that once was a stone quarry. When operations ceased, the roughly 200-acre site was donated to the City of Kenton and became Saulisberry Park. It opened to the public in about 1970. Visitors can find a lot to do. France Lake is not big at about 10 acres, but it’s full of bass, bluegills, crappies, channel catfish, and carp. A number of fishing derbies are held on it throughout the year. It’s open to paddlers and boaters using trolling motors. You don’t need a fishing license or a boat registration to use it, but you do have to purchase a fishing and/or boating pass."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Kenton
Season: April–October
Accessibility: Dog-friendly

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Jun 2018