Burr Oak State Park


Burr Oak Lodge Resort


Tucked into some of Ohio’s most beautiful hill country lies your rustic hideaway. Where trees tower and teach, wildlife sings and soars and Mother Nature showcases her most artisitc landscaping techniques.  Located in southeast Ohio, quiet and remote Burr Oak Lodge and Conference Center will be fully reenovated for the 2013 season.  The lodge will feature 38 guestrooms witha combination of lakeview luxury suites, lakeview family suites, suites and kings. 30 fully furnished two-bedroom cottages, which sleeps six people, has a bath with a shower, living room, complete kitchen, dining area and screened in porch.

There is a full service dining room serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, a full service bar, and a gift shop.

Complete conference center facilities include

*4 Meeting and conference rooms accommodating up to 200

* Professional sales and catering staff

* Total audio-visual support

*Fax and copy service.

Resort Activites:

*Indoor Pool  *Tennis Courts  *Miles of hiking trails  *Fishing  *Video rentals  *Naturalist program  *Outdoor basketball court  *Pontoon and fishing boat rentals  *Themed weekends  *Paintball field  *Mini golf  *Disc golf  *Recreational Director  *Bonfires  *Geocaching  *Bike rentals *9-Hole public golf course nearby

Dinner at Burr Oak Restaurant



Fishing on Burr Oak Lake

Burr Oak State Park, located in Southwest Morgan County, surrounds the 7-mile Burr Oak Lake and is home to over 28 miles of hiking trails, a public swimming beach, marina and boat dock, numerous camping and picnic sites.    For information & reservations call 740-767-2112  www.StayBurrOak.com   

For information about the park:    www.ohiodnr.com

Trail to Burr Oak Lake

A small portion of the Wayne National Forest is located in Morgan County, adjacent to Burr Oak State Park.  Maps of the park are available in the Visitors Center or on the web at www.fs.fed.us/r9/wayne/

The Buckeye Trail and North Country Trail join near Stockport. The majority of the next 110 miles of trail is located off roads on the Buckeye Trail, in the national forest and on a variety of state, local, and private lands, and will treat visitors to some of Ohio’s most outstanding scenery. By following the familiar blue blazes hikers will reach Burr Oak State Park. Seventeen miles of the 29 mile Burr Oak Backpack Trail form a scenic loop around Burr Oak Reservoir; one developed and three primitive camping areas are located along the trail, which is closed during Ohio’s December deer season. Information and maps: www.buckeyetrail.org and www.northcountrytrail.com.