Birding at Walborn ReservoirAlliance, Ohio
Visiting this Site
11324 Price St NE, Alliance, OH 44601
Nearest Town or City
Directions from Nearest Town or City
From Rt. 62 east of Canton, take Rt. 44 north and turn east (right) onto Pontius St. Continue heading east as Pontius turns into Price St. Walborn Reservoir will be on the right.
About Walborn Reservoir
Walborn Reservoir encompasses more than 2,000 acres and provides the perfect escape for Mountain bikers, equestrians, hikers, canoeists, and kayakers. Two miles of quiet trails travel through pine woods, brushlands, and oak and hickory forests. The reservoir was named for Dale Walborn, the mayor of Alliance from 1963-71, who initiated its construction.
You may spot wildflowers such as mayapple and trillium or such wildlife as white-tailed deer, wild turkey, osprey, bald eagles, and migratory waterfowl.
Under a cooperative agreement with the City of Alliance, Walborn Reservoir came under the jurisdiction of the Stark County Park District in 1998.
Open all year during daylight hours.
The main parking lot and marina is off of Price St. on the south side of the road.
A marina and restrooms are available at the main parking area.
Restaurants in the Area
Concessions are available at the marina.
Birds of Interest by Season
Bufflehead, Eastern Bluebird, Song Sparro.
Wood Duck, Common Merganser, Hooded Merganser.
Bald Eagle, Osprey, Yellow Warbler.
Brown-Headed Cowbird, White breasted Nuthatch, migrating waterfowl.