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Monroe Lake Wildlife Area

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Address: 67656 Salt Fork WL Hq. Rd.

Lore City, OH 43755

Range Type: Shotgun, Pistol

Hours: sunrise to sunset

Days Open: These Ranges are open free-of-charge. No permit is required to use these ranges, and no range attendant or restroom facilities are provided. Archery ranges are open everyday except during holidays, sunrise to sunset.

Latitude: 40.05206 Longitude: -81.43891

Phone: 740 489-5021

Indoor: No

Outdoor: Yes

Maximum Distance: yards

Firing Points: 0

Handguns Allowed: Yes

Rifles Allowed: Yes

Range Status: Open

Range Fee:

Annual Shooting Range Permit - $24.00: Allows the holder to be admitted to Division of Wildlife Class-A shooting ranges.

1-Day Shooting Range Permit - $5.00: Allows the holder to be admitted to Division of Wildlife Class-A shooting ranges for one day.

Directions:

This 1,333-acre wildlife area lies on both sides of State Route 800, five miles north of Woodsfield. The area headquarters and dam are readily accessible from State Route 800. County and township roads provide access to other portions of the area from State Routes 800 and 145.

The rolling to steep topography is typical of this unglaciated region of Ohio. Thirty-six percent of the land is covered by woodland; of this total, 55 percent is sawlog-size stands and 45 percent in pole-size stands. Brushland comprises 35 percent of the area, openland 25 percent. Broad open ridges are under cultivation. Steep wooded slopes descend to the narrow valley floor, on which the 39-acre Monroe Lake is impounded.

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Range Rules:

B = Unsupervised Rifle and Pistol Target Range

Use of State Forest Target Ranges

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