The Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District (MWCD) prioritizes the safety and health of our community: the visitors we serve, our employees, volunteers, and neighbors.
We will continue to follow the guidance provided by ODH and provide an update should this order be extended.
Construction will begin at Tappan Lake Marina this fall, however the schedule is currently being adjusted as a result of the bids submitted by contractors being over budget.
This fall, customers of Tappan Lake Marina will begin to see the first steps of a complete renovation of the MWCD-owned and operated facility.
We are currently in the planning stage of creating a master plan for Tappan Lake Marina. During the development of this master plan, we want to hear from you!¬† To ensure that we meet the needs of our customers, we are asking for input.¬†
The two major takeaways from the meeting were your desire for a quality restaurant facility, and regular information updates.
Dragonflies and damselflies are extremely important to the ecosystem and researchers are looking for information. Tappan is taking part in a statewide effort to document dragonflies and damselflies by taking as many pictures as possible so we need your help!
Hunting, particularly deer hunting, is a popular activity on Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District (MWCD) property. Wildlife found throughout MWCD public access lands includes deer, wild turkey, squirrel, rabbit, waterfowl and other migratory game.
For the benefit of the millions of people who use the MWCD facilities each year a variety of testing is conducted in order to monitor the water quality of the MWCD lakes.
Planning for park and marina improvements is well underway. A list of frequently asked questions has been compiled to answer guest inquiries.
Christmas trees were recycled into fish concentration devices this past year by the ODNR Division of Wildlife.
There‚Äôs nothing quite like fireworks in the skies over Tappan Lake Park during the Fourth of July holiday. The park‚Äôs annual holiday fireworks show is scheduled at dusk on July 5 ...