There are 255 family campsites with electrical outlets on the west side of the lake. The area is provided with showers, flush toilets, laundry facilities and trailer waste station. Picnic tables and fire rings are also provided. There are 236 non-electric sites available. These sites have picnic tables, fire rings and vault toilets. There are a limited number of sites available for campers with pets. Camper cabins are now available at Hueston Woods featuring cots or bunks, cooler, camp light, and picnic table with a wooden or cloth canopy.
A group area is also available to organized youth and adult groups. Groups wishing to use this area must contact the park office at least fourteen days prior to the arrival date.
Six miles of bridle trail and a horsemen's camp are located off S.R. 177 on Four Mile Valley Road. Horse and pony rentals available.
The 92-room resort lodge opened in 1967. Murals and artifacts of the Miami Indians who lived in this area decorate the lodge interior. A dining room, snack bar, and lounge areas are available to both registered guests and visitors. Recreational facilities for guests include an indoor pool, outdoor pool, game room, lighted tennis courts, and floating boat docks. Two luxury suites are also available.
There are 25 family cottages and 12 one-room efficiency cottages available. The housekeeping cottages have two bedrooms, bath, kitchen, living room, and screened porch. With the addition of convertible sofa beds, this cottage will accommodate six people. The efficiency cottages combine a living room-dining room, with sleeping facilities for four and a private bath. All cottages are equipped with cooking and eating utensils, towels and bedding. Cots are available. For reservations contact 1-800-AT-A-PARK. Weekly rentals are given preference between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Cottage guests have access to all lodge facilities.
Directions from Oxford, OH: Take State Route 732 north. Family camping is on the southwest side of the lake; group camping is on the west side of the lake; and horsemen's camping is north of the lake. (Main park entrance is 5 miles north of Oxford on SR 732.)
(NOTE: Rates drop dramatically in winter!)