Birding at Sippo LakeCanton, Ohio
Visiting this Site
5300 Tyner St NW, Canton, OH 44708
Nearest Town or City
Directions from Nearest Town or City
Sippo Lake – Perry Drive Entrance
DIRECTIONS: From I-77, take Exit 106 (13th Street). Go west. 13th Street will become 12th Street. Continue west, turn left at Perry Drive and right onto Tyner Street.
From Rt. 21, take Lake Avenue east. At Wales Road, turn right. At Hankins Street, turn left, continuing east. Turn right at Perry Drive and right onto Tyner Street.
Sippo Lake – 12th Street NW Entrance
DIRECTIONS: From I-77, take Exit 106 (13th Street). Go west. 13th Street will become 12th Street. Continue west, pass Perry Drive and you will see the Exploration Gateway sign on your left.
From Rt. 21, take Lake Avenue east. At Wales Road, turn right. At Hankins Street, turn left, continuing east on 12th Street and turn right at the Exploration Gateway sign.
About Sippo Lake Park
Sippo Lake Park was purchased in 1977 with a Community Development Block Grant because of its central location between two of Stark County’s major cities. It provides visitors with a variety of amenities, programs, and 202 acres of deciduous forest, wetlands, old fields, and mixed shrub areas. Featuring a variety of habitats for wildlife viewing, this quiet urban oasis is home to a large number of bird species, including blue herons and other waterfowl. The songs of spring peepers, frogs, and toads also enliven evening sunsets along the shoreline of the 100-acre lake. The bluegill, crappie, carp, catfish, yellow perch, and bass that make Sippo Lake their home often jump right out of the water in the lake’s early morning mist.
Open all year during daylight hours.
The main parking lot and marina is off of Perry Dr.
A marina and restrooms are available at the main parking area.
Other Useful Information
Concessions are available at the marina from April to October.
Birds of Interest by Season
Golden-crowned Kinglet, Brown Creeper, White-throated Sparrow, American Tree Sparrow, Song Sparrow, Downy and Hairy Woodpeckers.
Wood Duck, Eastern Bluebird, Killdeer.
Green Heron, Baltimore Oriole, Gray Catbird, House Wren, Yellow Warbler.
Purple Finch, Song Sparrow, White-eyed Vireo, migrating waterfowl.