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 Monday, June 1, 2020

New GPAA Property: Klee Lease (Ohio)

by KEVIN HOAGLAND

New GPAA Property: Klee Lease (Ohio)
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NEW GPAA MEMBERSHIP LEASE
Eastern Ohio Lease

 

GPAA is proud to announce a new eastern states’ lease that easily offers GPAA Members an increased benefit in lands to prospect opening 05/01/2020. This property named the KLee Lease is located in eastern Ohio with easy access for eastern Ohio and Pennsylvania members. The new lease is in Tuscarawas county Ohio south of the town of Sandyville Ohio.
 

The Klee Lease is approximately 45 Miles from the Ohio – Pennsylvania border and 75 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, PA.

 

The lease offers ample camping and a quarter mile of creek access for prospecting with up to a 4” dredge. Sand bars are easily accessible for Highbanking.

 

More information is available only by logging on to your GPAA Membership Account at https://goldprospectors.org then choosing the PROPERTIES / Member Activities / Ohio.

 

The GPAA would like to thank Ohio State Director Eldon “Sonny” Lucas for his tireless efforts in finding and securing this lease along with Ohio State Director Randy Goudy for his support and insight. This lease is responsible shared between the GPAA and GPAA Chapter and club, Ohio State Prospectors Association (OSPA) with both having a vested interest in the lease property.


Gold Prospectors Association of America
Claims Department / Membership Benefits
Kevin Hoagland

Executive Director of Development

khoagland@goldprospectors.org

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5 comments on article "New GPAA Property: Klee Lease (Ohio)"

Samuel DeSalvo

6/3/2020 6:48 PM

Theres no address and my husband is hoping to go there tomorrow


Samuel DeSalvo

6/3/2020 6:49 PM

This is his wife 😂


Russell Lynch

6/5/2020 7:27 AM

Sandyville,Ohio Claim is 2 minutes from town. Google it


RONALD READ

6/9/2020 7:19 AM

I have been there, very nice place. Looks great since the clean up. I'll be headed back in a few weeks when work slows a bit.

Just be cautious when it rains, the river comes up but does seem to drop quickly and the top of the soil / grass is like ice.

I did find a few flakes before the thunder and lightning chased me off.

Cant wait to get back


RICHARD KERSTENS

6/11/2020 11:32 AM

Just recently checked it out. Looks promising but water too high to safely go into. Was a little disappointed seeing tires in the water and trash left there.

My question is the claim on both sides of the bridge or just the side where the sign is?

Also, was this an old OSPA claim?

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