Clark Lake Ramble Professional Review and Guide
"This is a pleasant meander out to nowhere in particular and back. A couple of nottoo- bad hills jazz up the picturesque, mostly rolling route. politician or monied gentry of the early twentieth century. Therefore, stories of intrigue, glamour, and downfall abound at the inn.
You may not see any red fox or white-tailed deer at Clark Lake Wildlife Area, the staging area for this ride, but they are there—we saw both not too far away. The area looks so
tranquil, but wildlife abounds. You probably will see Canada geese and maybe a couple of fishermen in pursuit of the bass, bluegill, crappie, and channel cats that swim there. The 180-acre lake was formed in 1957 when Sinking Creek was dammed. The wildlife area is owned by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife."