Deer Creek Lodge Marina
During those long, hot summer days, Deer Creek Lodge is the place to be. Cool off in the sparkling waters of Deer Creek Lake and for a little more water adventure, rent a vessel and see what lies beyond the shoreline.
CURRENT DOCK HOLDERS For Dock holders from this 2021 summer; we will be sending out information for renewal at the first of the year.
DOCK WAITLIST For anyone wishing to sign up on a waiting list for 2022, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You will need to include the full information requested below to be considered for a spot. Each person will be contacted in the order of the waitlist once the current holders have released their space.
Subject: Deer Creek 2022 Dock Waitlist
- Name [First, Last]:
- Phone Number:
- Email address:
- Type of Boat:
- Length of Boat (including any additions)
- Width of the boat:
Boat slips will be assigned by size and width on a first come first serve basis after all past boat holders have had the opportunity to secure their slips. Please expect a notification late March - early April 2021.
2022 Rates Coming Soon
Fishing is one of the many activities that guests enjoy during their stay at Deer Creek Lodge. Whether you prefer to go out on a still morning or warm afternoon, Deer Creek Lake is jumping with saugeye, bluegill, largemouth bass, white and black crappie, channel catfish, white bass, carp and bullheads. Gizzard Shad are also caught in the lake and they make excellent bait for Ohio anglers, especially when fishing for catfish.
- A valid Ohio fishing license is required.
The Department of Natural Resources has stocked the lake with Saugeye annually. Fishing is allowed from boats and the shoreline, in and along Deer Creek Lake and in Deer Creek below and above the lake. Ohio fishing licenses are required and can be purchased at Frostie’s on Crownover Mill Road, or Webb’s on State Route 207 in Pancoastburg. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources conservation officers enforce game laws.
Fish and wildlife management is a shared responsibility—the Department of Natural Resources and the US Corps of Engineers manage the fish and wildlife programs by habitat improvement, nesting site development, and food-plot programs for the benefit of many fish and wildlife species.
Want more information on rentals?
Looking for more information on the marina, rentals available, and pricing? Don't hesitate to contact us! The lake is calling.