Fostoria is home to six reservoirs comprised of more than 450 acres of water and more than 700 acres of land. Five of the six reservoirs are named after Fostoria war heroes and the newest reservoir is dedicated in honor of all veterans. Each reservoir is open for fishing to those with a valid Ohio fishing license and each one offers a walking trail with a different view.
Reservoir 1: Lake Daughtery — 11 water acres, 22 land acres offering fishing and a .6-mile stone walking trail tucked neatly in a wooded area at the edge of town.
Reservoir 2: Lake Mottram — 17 water acres, 25 land acres offering fishing, and a paved .69-mile walking trail also edged by a woods and near the city park.
Reservoir 3: Lake Lamberjack — 31.7 water acres, 46 land acres offering fishing, boating and a paved 1.29 mile walking trail surround by woods and located adjacent to Lake Mottram.
Reservoir 4: Lake Mosier — 91 water acres, 160 land acres offering fishing, boating and a 1.49-mile stone walking trail surround by woods.
Reservoir 5: Lake LeComte —128 water acres, 194.5 land acres offering fishing, ice fishing, boating and waterfowl hunting. This reservoir also has a 1.8-mile stone walking trail surround by woods and farmland.
Reservoir 6: Veterans Memorial — 180 water acres, 300 land acres offering fishing, ice fishing, boating and waterfowl hunting.
This reservoir also has a 2.3-mile stone walking trail surrounded by woods and farmland.