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July 07, 2009


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Becks Davis

I, like you, had no idea State parks outside of Michigan had accommodations besides campsites. This might come in handy for a Cedar Point trip late in the season. Thanks!


Becks-We also stayed in a cabin at a state park in Arkansas a few years ago.
I know Michigan has a (very) few cabins in a few state parks...but I don't know of any of them as large and with as many amenities as the parks I've seen in Ohio and Arkansas. Our cabin in Arkansas was -huge- with a full kitchen and bath. Cabins in Ohio State Parks I've seen are good-sized with full kitchen and baths, too. The lodges in Ohio are like staying in a hotel--and the Maumee resort is like a larger hotel/conference center.
Maumee is a ways from Cedar Point, but it might make sense if you wanted to go out to Cedar Point for the day and not drive all the way back home in the same day. There's enough to do at Maumee you could easily make a couple of days of it there, too.

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