Smart Kids, Savvy Seniors, Travelers with Flexible Schedules Save Big this Spring at Great Ohio Lodges

With the curtain closing on a brutal winter, there are already signs of spring in Ohio’s acclaimed state parks, and getaway-seekers who are anxious to witness the awakening of the season will find a variety of ways to save on stays at Great Ohio Lodges.

Situated in state parks throughout Ohio, the lodges offer comfortable lodging, full-service dining and a range of indoor and outdoor recreational offerings. And the parks offer an array of programs to welcome the season, like maple syrup-tapping events, fishing programs, birdwatching, and ranger-led nature hikes and even events such as the Salt Fork Challenge.

“If the maple syrup is flowing, the fish are biting, warblers are singing and the wildflowers are blooming, spring has arrived in Ohio state parks,” said Tom Arvan, director of state parks for Regency Hotel Management, operator of the lodges. “A state park getaway can do wonders to mitigate the cabin fever we all experience after a harsh winter, and with a lineup of spring deals, a visit is affordable as well as rejuvenating.”

Lodges are located in Burr OakDeer Creek, Hueston WoodsMaumee BayMohicanPundersonSalt Fork and Shawnee state parks. Great Ohio Lodges also operates the Geneva Marina in Geneva State Park.

Ways to Save at Great Ohio Lodges

Great Ohio Lodges offers a variety of spring specials, and each location also offers special deals that reflect their distinctive offerings. Follow the links to individual lodges for details.  

Stays for A’s. Smart students with A’s on their report cards can save their parents up to $50 per night with the popular Stays for A’s program. Available in all eight lodges, guests receive a $10 discount off the published room rate for each “A” students receive on their latest report card, up to five A’s. Students should bring their report cards to registration when checking in.

Salt Fork Lake
Salt Fork offers stunning views along side the Salt Fork Lake

Savvy Seniors. Visitors who are 65 or older can stay in any lodge Sunday through Thursday night for rates starting at $79 per night plus tax.

Savings on multiple nights. Several lodges offer savings for guests who stay multiple nights. For example, the Stay More and Save package at Deer Creek Lodge near Columbus offers guests staying three or more nights a discount of 33 percent nightly. Hueston Woods Lodge in southwest Ohio features the Three for Two special with the third night free for guests staying three consecutive nights.

Distinctive Deals. Lodges also offer one-of-a-kind packages and specials like the Gourmet Wine Package at Maumee Bay Lodge near Toledo. This package includes accommodations in a lodge room or cabin, bottle of wine, cheese plate and souvenir wine glasses. Salt Fork Lodge near the charming town of Cambridge in east-central Ohio showcases its popular two-bedroom cabins with Cabin Sale featuring 50 percent off the rate for guests staying two or more nights.

Salt Fork Trail Challange
Ohio State Parks offer great hiking and trail running.

Great Ohio Lodges are located in Burr OakDeer Creek, Hueston Woods,Maumee BayMohicanPundersonSalt Fork and Shawnee. Lodges are open year-round and offer accommodations, restaurants and indoor and outdoor recreation.