Lockington Reserve



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The Lockington Reserve is a 200-acre tract featuring a remarkable variety of natural landscapes. Within its boundaries, one can find flood plain forest and upland woods, 90-foot high bluff, pine groves, marsh areas, streams and ponds.

This natural area remains undeveloped because of its role as a dry storage basin for floodwaters periodically backing up behind the Lockington Dam. In a spirit of cooperation, the Miami Conservancy District leases the Reserve without charge to the Park District.

To help you enjoy the natural beauty of the Reserve, a network of walking trails connect the various habitats. Among these settings are opportunities for picnicking, fishing, nature interpretation, photography, hiking, and jogging.

Directions to the east side of the Lockington Reserve


 The Reserve is located on Kaser Road. Take I-75 to the Fair Road exits (Sidney). Turn west. Fair Road will turn into Miami Conservancy Road at a sharp left turn. Take Miami Conservancy Road to Kaser Road just outside the village of Lockington. Turn right onto Kaser Road. The Reserve is 1/10 mile on the north side.