Caesar Creek State Park
Caesar Creek State Park was named for a black slave captured by the Shawnee on a raid along the Ohio River. The Shawnee adopted Caesar and gave him this valley as his hunting ground. In 1978, the US Army Corps of Engineers constructed a dam over Caesar Creek creating a 2,800-acre reservoir, the deepest lake in Ohio, and a haven for outdoor enthusiasts near Waynesville, Ohio. Adjacent to the park lies Caesar Creek Wildlife Area which holds wonderful trails and wildflowers which weave in and out of Caesar Creek State Park.
Peaceful Twilight Waterscapes
When I sense the possibility of a colorful sunset, you’ll find me out at Caesar Creek. Although the park is a haven for boaters and fishermen, by the time evening begins, the park becomes void of visitors. Yes, these scenes look peaceful, but experiencing these evenings in life fills one with a sense of calm and solitude. These wall décor prints capture Caesar Creek during sunsets and twilight forming peaceful lake scenes perfect for healthcare art and corporate art wall decor.