Best Ohio State Parks to Explore This Year

Maumee Bay State Park

Maumee Bay State Park is perfect for visitors and nature enthusiasts of all ages, featuring hiking trails, swimming, a lodge, a golf course, and a seven-lane archery range.

Catawba Island State Park

This lovely park is open during the day and is right on Ohio’s Great Lake. Visitors can boat and kayak, fish, and more in Lake Erie.

East Harbor State Park

East Harbor has the biggest family campground of all the Ohio state parks, with available cabins, 354 electric sites, 51 full hookup sites, and 168 non-electric sites. 

Middle Bass Island State Park

One of the “wine islands,” this Ohio state park features the historic Lonz Winery, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Oak Point State Park

Oak Point State Park is a quaint park nestled between Squaw Harbor and Fishery Bay. The park has boating, fishing, and picnicking amenities with lovely views of Lake Erie.

Geneva State Park

The nearly 700-acre Geneva State Park is located on Lake Erie’s northeastern shoreline, providing plenty of opportunities for visitors to swim, boat, fish, lay out on the sand, and explore estuaries and marshland.

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