How much does it cost to camp at Maumee Bay State Park?

How much does it cost to camp at Maumee Bay State Park?

And, of course, Maumee Bay and Lake Erie are an easy walk from the camping area. They have electric only and full hookup sites. The electric sites have 15/30/50 at every site….“Wow, wow, wow! Amazing park”

Nightly rate: $29
Site Number: 171

Is Maumee Bay free?

Admission to Maumee Bay State Park is free. Maumee Bay State Park offers not only the finest recreational facilities in the Midwest but also a unique natural environment created by the convergence of the land and Lake Erie.

Is Maumee Bay beach open?

Boardwalk Partial Closure (December 20, 2021): The Large Loop and Small Loop of the Maumee Bay Boardwalk are now open.

How much does it cost to camp at West Branch State Park?

Each group camping site can accommodate organized groups of up to 25 campers, and is available by reservation. Fee is $30-$40/night….Group Camps.

Total Sites 187
RV Sites 187

Does Maumee Bay State park have full hookup?

The large family campground offers more than electric and full-hookup sites. Pets are permitted on designated sites. Reservations may be made up to six months in advance online or by calling (866) 644-6727.

Does Maumee Bay State Park have full hookup?

Can you swim in the Maumee River?

Toledo-Lucas County Health Department is issuing a recreational public health advisory. Swimming and wading in the Maumee River is not recommended for children, pregnant/ nursing women, pets, or those with certain medical conditions. Advisory signs will be posted along the Maumee River at various access points.

Do you have to pay to get into Maumee Bay State Park?

There are no park entrance fees at Maumee Bay State Park.

Can you hunt at West Branch State Park?

This no-hunting area includes the park office, camp area, horse camp, picnic areas, beach, marina, dam, and East Boat Ramp. A 400-foot no hunting/safety zone extends from all other developed facilities.

Can you swim at Lake Milton?

Nearly 1,700 acres of some of the best recreational waters in Ohio can be found at Lake Milton State Park in northeast Ohio. Boating, swimming and fishing are popular at this day-use park. Its scenic shoreline provides habitat for waterfowl and shorebirds.