The train depot stood at the end of Vining Street at the head-of-the-lake

The Cincinnati-Northern Railroad changed Clark Lake forever.  Starting in the late 1800s, Clark Lake morphed from being a rural outpost to a resort destination.  Dozens and dozens of cottages were built–and rented.  They were also named.  Learn about this fascinating chapter in Clark Lake history in Historical Perspectives.  Or simply click here!