Address: 6301 Park Office Rd, College Corner, OH 45003, USA
Sunday: Open 24 hours
Monday: Open 24 hours
Tuesday: Open 24 hours
Wednesday: Open 24 hours
Thursday: Open 24 hours
Friday: Open 24 hours
Saturday: Open 24 hours
There is a small visitor's center here that serves as a small wildlife rescue of sorts. They have snakes and turtles inside the building and birds of prey around the back. It's very cool to see and is a nice spot to take a break between hikes!
First time I camped there.
Carly W (Natcat75)
Relaxing atmosphere, great food!
Make sure you have a reservation or call before you go. Check the electric hook up also, to see if it is the right one for your rv.
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Yes, but most be on a leash. There is a dog park down the road ( around a mile or two) that is awesome for them to run and get there energy out.
Everything is free except for the boat rentals. Canoes are $5 an hour I believe. They have a nature center, beach, boat rentals, a huge lake, hiking trails and so on. Very gorgeous place
Yes everything is reserved. Online.
The price changes daily around 170 .the bigger the cabins the more $id call there to make sure call the lodge front desk there very nice cabins an a beautiful place.
Just be aware there is no life guard and no lines showing you how far out it's safe to go. We saw a floating duck go out across the lake, luckily without a child on board. The mom was yelling at her kids and anyone else to get it since she just bought it (for $25) that morning. Nobody was interested in her $5 reward for going after it.
Dog park is free and it contains about 2 to 3 acres I would say. It used to be for injured deer to use untill they could be returned to wild.
Yes you can rent boats to
I know main office opens at 9:00am.
There are cabins and the hotel. Which just redone the food. The campsites are fyrther away. 2 pools ar the lodge hotel and paintball. A dog park and beach. I love it. Though I would swim at hotel only.
Hamilton bait and tackle
All year around camping
Trick or treating is year round they trick you and it's their treat
I saw a sign that says “No wake”
Go on ODRC website and prices will be listed under camping.
Call and make reservations and get your permission slip signed by Mr. Hueston. He has final say in all lbgkq community activities. Good luck 🤞
Not in lodge but they have pet friendly cabins.
Park follows most park rules closes at 11 but they are awesome out there if you are behaving they usually won't say a word to you ! But they do patrol the park and watch the place !
The lodge has a small gift shop. Not sure if the campground has a small store, or if it would be open this time of the year.
They are different sizes. Yes they are open. They are all together on the south side.
I think you can practice archery there any time but call the lodge and ask for sure.
Yes, and there us a senior rate
I don't think they will not at night but in the day time they do it don't madder if you camping or not you can swim in the day time
Sorry Howard, I have no idea. My guess is yes but you need to call the Lodge and ask them.
Yes, there is a dog beach too, so bring the four legged ones too
We went hiking the last weekend of May and saw many groups using the grills.
To be honest I have never seen one (except for the host) been camping here for over 15 years. Call 1513-664-3500
Yes! It is on the connecting road between be beach parking lot and the Marina
During the summer months on route 732 outside of the park main entrance turn right about 1 and half miles on your left is a horse rental and riding area not sure of the prices.
Yes you can now hunt check at the main office for map of hunting area's.
The camp store has different hours all throughout the year so it is hard to say check with the main office.
Free if you have your own equipment, and reservations require a $100 deposit.
There are trails for hiking, horses and bicycles. There are no atv trails inside Hueston woods.
Down in the primitive area in camping along k row and r row are a few
It is safe if you don't go far. There are no critical warning signs. Check the ones available.
From what I know, non electric sites are $23 a night.
Non electric can use them as well. Just drive up there and use them. Nobody is going to stop you or question you.
You can but you need a license
The restaurant is open to the public. I love the brisket.
You have to pay in order to swim. That is if you are camping and not staying at the lodge or cabin
No they charge for swimming at the lodge unless you have a room
ATVs are not permitted in the state parks unless licensed by the state
The Beach or the lodge
Yes. Also, at times they have been known to sell doggie treats and goodies for doggies at the concession stand as well.
What is the e- coli level of the beach?
There is not. Now on the other hand if it's not registered, then there will be some fines and fees.
They only allow pets while actually camping, in tents and then only dogs I believe.....
3 o'clock unless your site is empty with know one on it.
I'm sure the water is pretty cold still, going up today for hike, will see if anybody is brave enough to enter the water today.
The pool is for the guest of the hotel and cabins.
My dad always fished to the far left of the boat dock. I'm not sure of roads or anything. I've been going here for 30 years and never knew road names lol
Golf carts are aloud if it has an license and you have to have a valid driver's license. Any other motor vehicles also have to be licensed. Electric or battery operated vehicle or not allowed on the roads unless licensed. Kids can only ride battery operated toy vehicles on their own sites not on the roads.Camping area roads are considered state roads.
It does not have a hot tub. It has an indoor and an outdoor pool.
You can contact then via Facebook.They will tell you
You can use the pool $10/ person.
Get ahold of the main park office. They should be able to help you out.
Computer shows 513-664-3500
You can't hunt on sundayyou have to get a map that show's the hunting area's
Yes, Verizon service. Sprint is very spotty service.
They do have a gift shop, but check to see if they're open. I believe it's not open all the time. Breakfast was decent and not to expensive as well. As well as a HUGE flock of Turkey Vultures sitting on top of the Lodge. They are actually pretty much everywhere. Have a great time plenty of places to hike and enjoy.
I like the cut by the conference center
Do they allow camping with your horses
$226.00 per night. Includes wifi and parking.
I hope cause it's worth it.
Might get better results looking for the hueston woods website
Its for your own private group.
Yes you can, I was just there last week
10am-4pm, at the beach parking lot. Enjoy!
Don't think it has one
Yes they have it petting place that you can take your dogs you'll love it up there
Yes you can swim without a camping spot, you can swim a the beach they have. They have a shelter there at the beach with grills and tables, and other tables with grills thought out the beach.
Yes but you would have to cut it if its too loud after quite time
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