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Completed in 1939, the Mogadore Reservoir is located between Brimfield and Suffield, Ohio in Portage County and is formed from the damming of the Little Cuyahoga River.

The Mogadore Reservoir was originally created to supply additional water to Akron industries downstream but now serves mostly recreational and flood protection purposes.


Recreational activities at the Mogadore Reservoir include kayaking, canoeing, boating (electric motors only), fishing, biking, hiking, bird watching, hunting and much more!


The Boathouse has all the equipment and supplies to get you and your family out on the water for a fun filled day!



Fish species that are found in Mogadore Reservoir include largemouth bass, redear sunfish, bluegill, black and white crappie, yellow perch, channel catfish, and brown bullhead.

The boathouse offers watercraft rentals as well as a selection of live bait and fishing tackle.

Click here to download a fishing map of the Mogadore Reservoir!

All hunters must abide to the rules and regulations set forth by the state of Ohio. All Ohio hunting rules and regulations can be found on the Ohio Department of Natural Resources website.

Click here to download a hunting map of the Mogadore Reservoir!

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