. We came up from North Carolina to attend the Magee Marsh Birding Festival. At first we had only 2 nights reserved at Maumee, but we were able to extend it to 5, even with the park being almost full.
Considering the location, just a few miles from Toledo, this is a really nice park and campground. The sites are mostly separated from each other by small trees and bushes. The staff was very courteous and organized. The park is often very crowded during the tourist season, so make a reservation. Lake Erie has algae problem so don't plan to swim.
I've been camping here for years! Some of the sites are smaller. You can find some with great shade. All the trails are cool with smaller lakes and of course Lake Erie. You can walk to the lodge and boardwalk. Beaches nature center. Overall a pretty good park
This on a bay on the very western side of Lake Erie among a wildlife refuge and wilderness area. I came for the birding and wasn’t disappointed. Parts of this park are very built up as a resort feel but the nature center, shore swimming, and wilderness is still very nice. Unfortunately they allow hunting and trapping, it was disturbing. The campsites are pretty crowded but still ok. There’s a yurt and cabins too.
Nice state park on shores of Lake Erie. Plenty of activities to keep you busy including a paved bike trail. Nice wooden boardwalk near small but pleasant visitor's center. Campsites are large and spaced well with hedgerows between sites for privacy. Clean bath and shower facilities.
Nice little campground, offers both places for tent camping and RV camping. Lots to do, bike trails, walking paths, jet ski rentals, etc. Check-in people at the pavilion were nice and helpful. They also sell firewood at the pavillion. Most campsites have electric hook up and there is a dump station for RV's.