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Hueston Woods State Park

Hueston Woods State Park

6301 Park Office Rd
College Corner
, OH 45003

CALL:  (513) 523-6347
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Resort Lodge
- 94-room Hueston Woods Lodge is situated on a bluff overlooking Acton Lake
- Open year ‘round
- Amenities include a dining room, snack bar, gift shop, meeting rooms, lounge, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, game room, and lighted tennis court.

Cottages
- 25 Family Cottages sleep six people
- Each has two bedrooms, bath, kitchen, living room, and screened porch
- 2 Premium Cottages include a master bedroom suite
- 10 Efficiency Cottages have a living-dining-sleeping area for four people, and private bath
- All cottages are equipped with cooking and eating utensils, towels, and bedding
- Pets are permitted in select cottages, call 800-282-7275 for details

Camping
- 252 campsites with electrical outlets
Showers, flush toilets, laundry, and trailer waste station
236 non-electric campsites, with vault-type latrines
Equestrian camp area offers 20 electric and 5 non-electric sites, available on a "first come, first served" basis only • Riding arena is available for practice or horse shows
Group camp areas for youth and adult organizations are available for reservation
Pets are permitted on any site
Free WiFi access is available at the camp store to registered campers

Getaway Rentals Reserve Getaways online
- 3 camper cabins have built-in bunks, electric, A/C, heat, refrigerator, outdoor gas grill,
- 1 yurt with electric, heat, refrigerator, TV and outdoor grill
- Linens, dishware, cookware and housekeeping service is not provided

Picnic Areas
- 10 areas complete with tables and grills

Trails
- 12 hiking trails
Sycamore Trail • 0.8 Miles • Easy
Cedar Falls Trail • 0.9 Miles • Moderate
Pine Loop/Cabin Trail • 1.3 Miles • Moderate
Mud Lick Trail • 2.2 Miles • Moderate
West Shore Trail • 6 Miles • Moderate
Sugar Bush Trail • 0.8 Miles • Moderate (0.5 Miles Handicap Accessible)
Blue Heron Trail • 0.7 Miles • Moderate
Big Woods Trail • 0.7 Miles • Moderate
Hedge Apple Trail • 0.7 Miles • Moderate
Indian Mound Trail • 0.8 Miles • Moderate
Galion Run Trail • 0.7 Miles • Moderate
Equisetum Loop • 1 Mile • Moderate
- Bridle Trail • 18 Miles • Moderate
- Mountain Bike Trail • 12 Miles • Easy to Difficult
- The American Discovery Trail also passes through the park

Public Swimming
- 1,500-foot swimming beach
- Concession stand
- Bathhouse

Boating
- 625-acre Acton Lake is restricted to boats with motors of 10-hp or less
- 1 Launch ramp
- 132 docks are available for seasonal rental
- Boat rentals and fuel are available

Golf

- 18-hole, 7,005-yard, par 72 golf course, see the course layout
- Driving ranges are open from March until November
- Call the pro shop for tee time at 513-523-8081

Fishing

The best fishing includes largemouth bass, crappie, channel catfish, saugeye, and bluegill
Fishing pier on the west shore is wheelchair accessible
Valid Ohio fishing license is required

Disc Golf
- 36 holes
- Bring your own equipment, rental equipment is not available
- No fee is charged to play


Hunting
- Deer hunting with bow and primitive weapons is allowed in season
- Waterfowl and raccoon hunting is allowed by permit
- Valid Ohio hunting license is required

Winter Recreation
- Sledding
- Cross country skiing
- Ice skating
- Ice fishing
- Ice boating

More To Do
- Full paintball field and target range, group reservations are available • Bring your own equipment, or you can rent or buy it here
- Volleyball court
- Horseshoes
- Miniature golf
- 36-hole disc golf course
- Archery range
- Playground
- Basketball court
- Horseback riding

Dog Park
Our 3 acre fenced dog park is a great place to let your furry friends run and play off-leash while at the park. Free.

- At the Nature Center, you can attend bird and flower walks, slide talks, reptile shows and fossil hunts • Birders can enjoy watching for some of the park's 150 species. The Nature Center is open year round 7 days a week from 10am - 4:30pm. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
- Lake access for dogs offers a place for your pets to frolic and swim.

The Hueston Woods Covered Bridge was dedicated in 2012 and is worth stopping by for photos. The red bridge has bike and walk lanes on either side, with plenty of parking nearby if you would like to stroll across. It is located on Camden College Corner Rd. near the Quarry Picnic area and at the end of Hedge Row Rd.


Area Attractions

- In nearby Oxford, visit the McGuffey House and Museum, showcasing the personal articles of William McGuffey, author of McGuffey Readers
- Hopewell has a church, founded in 1808, with the first public cemetery in the township
- Hopewell was an important stop and staging area for the Underground Railroad
- Hamilton County Park District has Newberry Wildlife Sanctuary, Sharon Woods Gorge, and Trillium Trails
- Within the park is Hueston Woods State Nature Preserve and National Natural Landmark -- 200 acres of old-growth forest, with stately beech and sugar maple trees, an abundance of ferns, and wildflowers
- Preble County Historical Society is dedicated to preserving and protecting the natural heritage, as well as artifacts, memories, and ideas of Preble County • Come and walk one of the many trails, view the progress of the prairie conversion efforts, see the newest bridge - an engineering marvel built as an Eagle Scout project, and find the old mill race
- For more information about area attractions, visit:

Butler County Convention and Visitors Bureau website or call 888-462-2282
Oxford Convention & Visitors Bureau website or call 513-523-8687
Ohio Division of Travel and Tourism website or call 800-BUCKEYE (800-282-5393)

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