“fish along the beautiful Tiffin River”
The 463-acre Tiffin River Wildlife Area is located in Fulton County. Access can be gained from State Route 66 and county roads in the area. There is a parking lot off of County Road 23. The Tiffin River is a 54.9-mile-long (88.4 km)tributary of the Maumee River in northwestern Ohio in the United States. Headwater tributaries of the river rise in southeastern Michigan. The river drains a primarily rural farming region in the watershed of Lake Erie. Early French traders called the river Crique Féve, translated as Bean Creek, due to the natural growth of bean plants along the shores. The stream officially was renamed the Tiffin River in 1822 after Edward Tiffin, the first governor of the state of Ohio. The 56.3-mile-long (90.6 km)upper section of the river north of the Ohio Turnpike is still referred to as Bean Creek
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