|Ohio State Park lodges offer $65 seniors' rate this fall|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 23 August 2013 09:43|
At five Ohio State Park lodges this fall, seniors can stay in a lodge room on weekdays for a lowered rate of $65 per night.
The rate applies Sundays through Thursdays at any of the lodges operated by Xanterra Parks & Resorts.
The five lodges in question are located throughout the state. They include Maumee Bay State Park Lodge in northwest Ohio near Toledo, Salt Fork State Park Lodge in central Ohio near Cambridge, Mohican State Park Lodge in north central Ohio near Loudonville, Punderson Manor State Park Lodge in northeastern Ohio near Newbury, and Deer Creek State Park Lodge near Columbus.
The $65 rate is available to guests 65 and older on Sunday through Thursday nights during the period of Aug. 25 through Oct. 31. Reservations can be made by calling 1-800-282-7275 or going to individual lodge web sites and using the promotional code "GO65." Some blackout dates apply.
From late August through the end of October, the changing season brings on cooler temperatures and vibrant colors. Four of the parks - Maumee Bay, Salt Fork, Deer Creek and Punderson - feature golf courses and all offer various water activities.
Birding and enjoying fall foliage are popular in the parks along with hikes ranging from easy to strenuous. The lodges features warm, inviting lobbies with fireplaces and seating areas where it is easy to make new friends or find a corner in which to read a good book.
Ohio State Park Lodges are a good choice for multi-generational groups as they offer game rooms, indoor pools and family dining options.
All five lodges are open-year round.
For more information about state park lodges visit www.ohiostateparklodges.com.
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