Butler County has three major State Gamelands. Gameland 95 is the largest at 9,383 acres and features Harbor Acres Lake. Half of the lake and part of the shoreline is closed to hunting (275 acres). The area is a great spot to hunt bear, deer, turkey, small game and waterfowl. Osprey and bald eagle nests can also be found. Gameland 164 features deer and bear on its 456 acres. Gameland 304 has 457 acres and is noted for its turkey population. Hunting is permitted in approximately 13,600 acres of Moraine State Park. Trapping and training of dogs is also allowed during established seasons. Hunters enjoy the large populations of waterfowl, deer, turkey, grouse, bear, rabbit, pheasant and squirrel in the park - download our handout.
You can enjoy quality pheasant and chukar hunting on our 450 acres of diverse terrain with various levels of cover. This is as close to a wild hunt as you can get!
Jennings Environmental Education Center is one of several state parks specifically dedicated to provide environmental education and interpretation to the community.