Caesar Creek Wildlife Area
Located in Greene, Warren and Clinton counties in southwestern Ohio, Caesar Creek Wildlife Area consist of 10,000 acres of meadows and cropland. Portions of it are open to the public for hunting deer and turkey.  Due to its location, people living in Dayton and its surrounding communities can easily go hunting in Caesar Creek Wildlife Area.  You will find both whitetail deer and eastern wild turkeys there as well as small game like squirrel and rabbits.  Deer benefit from wildlife management efforts to provide food and cover. Road access exists to the area from the north, south, and southeast. A map will be needed since some areas are closed to hunting.  The Ohio DNR provides information online about Caesar Creek State Park and Caesar Creek Lake Wildlife Area Resources.