Red Bank Road Galena, Ohio 43021Hoover Reservoir map
Here you will often find a wide selection of ducks during both spring and fall migration. This is also near the site of one of several Turkey Vulture roosts at Hoover Reservoir.
Continue north on Sunbury Road across the causeway to the stop sign where the road "T"s. To the right is Red Bank Road. Follow Red Bank Road for about 0.75 miles to the Twin Bridges Launch Ramp.
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Hoover Reservoir consists of 5,026 total acres. This is made up of 3,843 Water acres at normal water levels and 1,183 Land acres that include The Hoover Nature Preserve that is just over 925 acres. There are areas of open water, wetland swamp, wetland forest, riparian corridors, deciduous forest, pine stands, prairie remnants, and seasonal mudflats. The main roads around Hoover Reservoir are Sunbury Road, Big Walnut Road, Tussic Street, and South Old 3C Highway on the West; Sunbury Road on the North; Sunbury Road, Red Bank Road and Schott Road on the East; and Central College Road on the South. Smothers Road crosses the reservoir along the Franklin-Delaware County line.
Restrooms on site
Wheelchair accessible trail
Content from Ohio Ornithological Society
Last updated August 15, 2023