Maumee Bay

1400 State Park Road
Oregon, Ohio 43618-9532

GPS: N 41° 41' 10.95", W 83° 21' 58.74"

Park Office:
Camp Office: 419-836-8828 (seasonal)
Nature Center: 419-836-9117
Camping & Getaway Rental Reservations: 866-644-6727

Reserve online: 

Maumee Bay Lodge & Conference Center
1750 State Park Road
Oregon, OH 43618-9713

Resort Lodge: 419-836-1466
Golf Course Pro Shop: 419-836-9009
Resort Lodge & Cottage Reservations: 800-282-7275



  • Ohio's eighth state park lodge opened in May of 1991
  • Quilter Lodge overlooking the Maumee Bay of Lake Erie offers 120 guest rooms each with balcony
  • Lodge features include racquetball courts, game room, saunas, whirlpools, indoor and outdoor pools, conference and meeting rooms, dining room and lounge, and a snack bar


  • 24 deluxe cottages at the park are nestled among scenic wetlands and a picturesque golf course
  • Each cottage is equipped with a gas fireplace, heating and air conditioning, fully equipped kitchen, living area, two bedrooms with a loft, or four bedrooms
  • Cottage guests may use all lodge facilities
  • Pets are permitted in select cottages, call 800-282-7275 for details


  • 252 electric campsites
  • Shower houses, flush toilets, electricity and playground equipment are available
  • The campsites are open and spacious and border natural meadows and ponds which are open to fishing for campers only
  • Pet camping is also permitted
  • Five miles of asphalt "bicycle/pedestrian" trails provide access to most of the day-use areas
  • Bike rental, a basketball court and horseshoe pits are available
  • Registered campers can borrow games and sporting equipment from the camp office

Getaway Rentals 

  • 3 Rent-A-Camp units consisting of a tent, dining fly, cooler, cook stove and other equipment can be rented during the summer months 
  • 1 Yurt


  • Interpretive Boardwalk • 2 Miles • Easy • The boardwalk traverses swamp and marsh wetlands it has interpretive signs, an observation blind and tower, and wheelchair accessible loop
  • 2 multi-use trails allow walking, jogging or biking
    • Trail • 6 Miles • Easy
    • Mouse Trail • 3 Miles • Easy


  • Six shelters can be reserved online or by calling (866) 644-6727. Reservations can be up to one year in advance.
    • ADA accessible
    • Open 18' x 20' shelter
    • Grass surface at #1, 2, 3, & 4 - sand surface at #5 & 6
    • 6 picnic tables
    • Charcoal grills available at #1, 2, 3, &4
    • Electric is not provided
    • Close to modern restrooms, the inland & Lake Erie beaches & the waterslide


  • Lake Erie known as the "walleye capital of the world"Fishing in Ohio offers some of the best fishing opportunities in the Midwest
  • Great catches of walleye, channel catfish, freshwater drum, smallmouth bass and yellow perch delight the fisherman
  • The man-made inland lake near the lodge offers good pan fishing opportunities with two wheelchair accessible fishing piers
  • Valid Ohio fishing license is required
  • All wildlife regulations apply


  • 32-slip marina on Lake Erie has dockage available by reservation
  • 57-acre inland lake in the park is suitable for sailing, canoeing and other non-motorized boat use
  • Personal watercraft and ocean kayaks can be rented on the Lake Erie beach from Memorial Day through Labor Day

Public Swimming

  • 2 sand beaches -- on the Lake Erie shore & along the park's inland lake
  • A concession area and changing booths are provided
  • A large lakeside amphitheater lies between the two beaches


  • Maumee Bay's unique 18-hole "Scottish Links" style golf course has low, rolling mounds, bent grass fairways, greens and tees, numerous sand bunkers and ponds
  • A golf pro-shop is in operation with a PGA certified professional on staff




Nearby Attractions:

  • 3 national wildlife refuges are located within a short distance of the park, Cedar Point, West Sister and Ottawa National Wildlife Refuges.  Information may be obtained by calling 419-898-0014
  • Crane Creek Wildlife Experiment Station and Magee Marsh State Wildlife Area are located 15 miles east of Maumee Bay
  • 2 state nature preserves, Louis W. Campbell and Irwin Prairie, are operated by ODNR's Division of Natural Areas and Preserves and are located within an hour drive of the park
  • Cedar Point Amusement Park, near Sandusky, is a 90-minute drive from the park
  • Within a 30 minute drive are Fifth-Third Field, home of AAA baseball's best-known team, the Toledo Mudhens, the Toledo Zoo, or enjoy an interesting change of pace at the Toledo Museum of Art
  • For additional information on area attractions, visit the Toledo Convention and Visitors Bureau.