Directions to Riverdog
Riverdog is located five miles due west of Oberlin, Ohio.
From Oberlin: starting at Main Street (Rt. 58) drive due west on Lorain Street (Rt. 511). After about 5 miles Rt. 511 curves sharply to the left (south). At this point you will get off Rt. 511 and continue driving straight on Becker Road. for a couple of miles. You will dead-end at Gore Orphanage Road. Turn left. Go around the "Road Closed" sign. We are the first drive on right.
From Ohio Turnpike: exit at Baumhart Road. (exit 135). Drive south 1 mile to stoplight, turn right on Rt.113. Drive 3 miles to Gore Orphanage Road. (Just past the little white country church). Turn left and drive south 3 miles, we are just past Camp Firelands. Go around the "Road Closed" sign and we are the first drive on the right.
From I-90/2: exit at Baumhart Rd. Drive 3 miles south until you pass the Turnpike entrance. Continue as above.
From points south: Exit I-71 at Ashland (Rt. 250) Turn right. Drive about a mile or so until you reach Rt. 89. Turn left and drive north until this road merges with Rt. 58. Continue north all the way to Oberlin and drive to the north side of the square. Turn left onto Rt. 511 (West Lorain). Drive west on Rt. 511 for about 5 miles until 511 curves sharply to the left...you will keep going straight on Becker Road. Continue west on Becker for a couple of miles until it dead-ends at Gore Orphanage Rd. Turn left and go around the "Road Closed" sign. You will see our sign a couple hundred feet on the right.
From North Coast Bike Trail: Pick up the trail in Elyria or Oberlin and ride all the way to the end (this is Baird Road.) Turn right, ride about 1 1/2 miles to Becker Road. (first road past the river). Turn left, ride about 1/2 mile to Gore Orphanage Road. Turn left, we are the first drive on right. This is an 8 mile ride from Oberlin.
13818 Gore Orphanage Road
Wakeman, Ohio 44889
Note: the bridge over the Vermilion River East Fork is currently closed just south of us...we advise that you not use Mapquest or GPS to get here. Both methods have deposited guests on the wrong side of the bridge.