Maumee Bay State Park RV & Campground Guide


Maumee Bay State Park is located in northern Ohio in Oregon. It is just 11 miles east of the city of Toledo and covers an area measuring 1,336 acres. Here, you’ll find resort lodges and cottages for visitors, as well as campgrounds, hiking trails, sand beaches, a 57-acre inland lake, and an 18-hole golf course. The state park is a tribute to Lake Erie, one of the largest bodies of fresh water in the world, which it overlooks. The wetlands of the Maumee Bay area are also home to numerous species of wildlife, including the fox snake, northern water snake, painted turtle, chorus frog, green frog, spotted salamander, raccoon, muskrat, dragonfly, caddis fly, and water striders.

The region has a moderate climate, with comfortably warm summers and snowfall in winter. During the warmer months, visitors can expect daytime highs of 83°F, followed by lows of just 33°F during the colder months. The park is open year-round, however, and if you’re planning a trip to this region, you’ll want to keep reading to learn information regarding camping, activities, how to get here, and more.

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Spring 32°F - 69°F
Summer 64°F - 83°F
Fall 37°F - 74°F
Winter 22°F - 38°F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Maumee Bay State Park

While the park’s beautiful location draws visitors to the region, it is also the camping opportunities (including both within tents and RVs) in and around Maumee Bay State Park that have people flocking here.

If glamping it up with a cosy bed, fully-stocked kitchen, and private bathroom is more your style, then we recommend visiting this stunning place in an RV. If you don’t own one, you can easily rent an RV fromRVshare.com to suit your budget and needs. All rentals come with nationwide insurance, 24/7 roadside assistance, and a world-class team dedicated to helping you succeed.

The park boasts a modern family campground with 256 sites, many of which have electric hookups. These spaces can fill quickly, however, so we’ve also listed some additional campgrounds and RV parks within the area.

Wild Wings Campground & Marina

Just a 23-minute drive from the state park is theWild Wings Campground & Marina, located by Lake Erie. It boasts 80 acres of marina, 60 acres of campground, and a long list of amenities to help make your stay as comfortable as possible. Daily rates start from $35.

  • Water hookup: yes

  • Electrical hookup: yes

  • Sewer hookup: yes

  • Wifi: yes

  • Pet-friendly: yes

  • Other amenities: showers, playground, activity pavilion, pond swimming beach, fishing ponds, marina.

Toledo East / Stony Ridge KOA Journey

Toledo East / Stony Ridge KOA Journey is a peaceful country park which is perfect for people on the go, or for those who just want to get away from it all! It’s located in Toledo, meaning that you’ll not only be close to the state park, but many of the region’s most famous attractions too.

  • Water hookup: yes

  • Electrical hookup: yes

  • Sewer hookup: yes

  • Wifi: yes

  • Pet-friendly: yes

  • Other amenities: heated swimming pool, pavilion, gem mine, dog park, mini golf, cable TV, playground.

Magee East Marina & Campground

Magee East Marina & Campground is located between Toledo and Port Clinton, right near the Madgee Marsh Wildlife Area. Lake Erie is easily accessible from the park, providing guests with excellent views and fishing opportunities. Campsites with electric and water hookups costs $28 per night.

  • Water hookup: yes

  • Electrical hookup: yes

  • Sewer hookup: yes

  • Wifi: yes

  • Pet-friendly: yes

  • Other amenities: general store, bar, marina.

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What to Do at
Maumee Bay State Park

Inside Maumee Bay State Park

Maumee Bay State Park might be very popular for camping, but people also flock here because of the wide range of fun outdoor activities on offer. Whether you’re hoping to enjoy hiking, boating, swimming, golfing, or more – there’s certainly something for every type of traveler at Maumee Bay. 

Hiking : The park contains acres of meadow, marshland and woodland, and the best way to explore this is through hiking the multiple trails on offer. One of these includes the Mouse Trail, a 3-mile diverse trail winding through meadows and young woodlands. There are also several miles of paved combination trails for bicycling and cross-country skiing, as well as a boardwalk.

Boating : Lake Erie provides 57 acres of inland lake that is suitable for canoeing and other non-motorized boat use. Canoes, paddle boats and row boats are also available for rent.

Swimming : The state park has two sand beaches which are ideal for swimming. One beach is located on the Lake Erie shore while the other lines the park's inland lake. 

Golfing : There is an 18-hole "Scottish Links" style golf course located in the state park. Players can expect low, rolling mounds, bent grass fairways, greens and tees, numerous sand bunkers and ponds. Lessons, golf outings, and a golf pro-shop are also available.

Winter sports : When it snows at the state park, there are still plenty of fun activities to be enjoyed, including cross-country skiing, winter nature walks, ice skating, ice fishing, and sledding on the area's top-rated sledding hill.

Outside Maumee Bay State Park

If you thought the activities on offer within the park were good, then you’re going to be delighted by just how many experiences are available to you in the surrounding areas of Oregon and Toledo. These include stunning sightseeing opportunities, delectable restaurants, and amazing shopping experiences.


The Original Tony Packo's

Just 15 minutes’ drive down the road from the state park isThe Original Tony Packo's, a long-running Hungarian-American spot with signature hot dogs, soups, and classic entrees. It’s known as one of Ohio’s gems, so you’ll certainly want to give it a try for yourself!

Type: Hungarian

Location: Toledo, OH

Luckie's Barn & Grill

Craving some American BBQ favorites?Luckie's Barn & Grill is a popular eatery due to its low-key atmosphere and mouth-watering food. While there’s no shortage of meat on the menu, guests can also enjoy healthier, vegetarian options.

Type: Barbeque restaurant

Location: Oregon, OH

The Oregon Inn

The Oregon Inn is just minutes from Maumee Bay State Park, making it the most convenient place to curb your cravings! Here, you’ll find steaks, seafood, and cocktails served in a down-to-earth tavern with nautical art. What’s not to love?

Type: American restaurant

Location: Oregon, OH


Manhattan Plaza Shopping Center

Whether you’ve forgotten some much-needed supplies for your state park stay, or simply want to indulge in some retail therapy, the Manhattan Plaza Shopping Center is the place to go. It’s just 20 minutes from Maumee Bay too, so you can take a quick trip out and be back before you know it.

Location: Toledo, OH


Toledo Zoo

Toledo Zoo is just a half-hour drive from the state park, plus it’s the go-to destination for animal exhibits, live concerts, holiday lights, and other seasonal events. Toledo Zoo is committed to inspiring others to join them in caring for animals and conserving the natural world. Tickets start at $18 per person.

Location: Toledo, OH

Toledo Museum of Art

Since its founding in 1901, theToledo Museum of Art has earned a global reputation for the quality of its collection, innovative and extensive education programs, and architecturally significant campus. Entry is free, so why not see what all of the fuss is about?

Location: Toledo, OH

Cedar Point

Just one hour’s drive from the state park is Cedar Point, a famous amusement park with a wide range of water slides, thrill rides, coasters, and entertainment. It’s the perfect day out for the whole family, especially if you’ve already exhausted the in-park activities available to you. Daily admission starts at $49.99.

Location: Sandusky, OH

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How to Get to
Maumee Bay State Park

Maumee Bay State Park is just 11 miles east of the city of Toledo. Take Front St and Cedar Point Rd to N Curtice Rd, then continue on N Curtice Rd. Take Park Rd 1 to Park Rd 4. The state park will be on the right.

Entering Maumee Bay State Park

Day entry into Ohio state parks is free. A small fee for overnight camping does apply, however.

We’re very excited that you’re planning a trip to Maumee Bay State Park. Once you’ve finished exploring all that the park has to offer, there are also some incredible opportunities waiting for you outside of its gates! During or after your stay, we encourage you to tag us in any of your social media posts, or why not share your photos and experience with us at [email protected]? We may even feature your story on our blog or social media channels. Happy camping!

Frequently Asked Questions About Maumee Bay State Park

What is the climate of Maumee Bay State Park?

The climate of Maumee Bay State Park is humid continental, with warm summers and cold winters. The average high in July is 86 degrees Fahrenheit, and the average low in January is 20 degrees.

What is the best time of year to visit Maumee Bay State Park?

The best time of year to visit Maumee Bay State Park is summer when the weather is warm and the days are long. If you enjoy activities such as cross-country skiing, winter can be a great time to visit.

Do you have to reserve a camping spot at Maumee Bay State Park and what is the cost?

Yes, you have to reserve a camping spot to stay over at Maumee Bay State Park. The cost is $25 per night for Ohio residents and $35 per night for non-residents.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Maumee Bay State Park?

You will find white-tailed deer, red foxes, and coyotes. There are various bird species, such as bald eagles and ospreys. In the winter, you may spot some snowshoe hares and weasels.

Is Maumee Bay State Park accessible for disabled visitors?

Yes, Maumee Bay State Park is accessible for disabled visitors. The park provides wheelchair-accessible campsites, picnic areas, and restrooms. Many of the trails are also suitable for visitors in wheelchairs.