Toledo East / Stony Ridge KOA Activities
What's going on in Toledo?
Want to know what's going on in Toledo? You can plan your visit at "Destination Toledo" at www.visittoledo.org to see current and upcoming events, places to see and things to do.
The Toledo area has great dining opportunities. Many restaurants featuring fine dining to family-type fare are within a short distance from the campground. And, of course, we have at least one of every fast food chain nearby!
The new Fallen Timbers upscale mall and Levis Commons await exploration. Visit the quaint local towns of Luckey and Pemberville for antique and small town shops. The Toledo Farmer's Market is open on Saturdays in the summer season. Shop for fresh fruit, vegetables, flowers and baked goods. Camping World, Bass Pro and Cabela's in Dundee, MI (40 mins. away) await outdoor enthusiasts.
The Toledo Museum of Art- Since its founding in 1901, the TMA has earned a global reputation for the quality of collection, for innovation, and its extensive education programs. Thanks to its benevolent founders, the TMA is free of charge. The museum is open Tuesday and Wednesday - 10 am to 4 pm, Thursday and Friday - 10 am to 9 pm, Saturday - 10 am to 5 pm, Sunday - noon to 5 pm.
The Toledo Symphony Orchestra - The TSO is a community supported organization that is an exceptional musical presence for the area. It's professional musicians and teachers deliver quality performance and music education for all. Check out all the upcoming events at the TSO website.
Toledo Zoo and Aquarium - What could be more fun than a day at the zoo and aquarium? Whether you are 8 or 80, you will enjoy visiting this award winning zoo. Check out the website for hours, events and facts about the zoo.
Explore the area's antique shops near the park to unearth your treasures. There are even more shops in Toledo.
Visit Fort Meigs Historic Site, a US fortification along the Maumee River, during the War of 1812.
Discover the historic sites of the Maumee River Valley. The Walcott Heritage Center Complex is open Saturday and Sunday.
The Walcott Heritage Center - Discover the historic sites of the Maumee River Valley. The Walcott Heritage Center Complex is open Saturday and Sunday.
Fallen Timbers Battlefield and Fort Miamis National Historic Site - Explore the National Historic Landmark, Fallen Timbers Battlefield and Fort Miamis, the site of the 1794 Battle of Fallen Timbers, which has been called the "last battle of the American Revolution." See the monuments to Maj. Gen. Anthony Wayne and the soldiers and American Indians who died at the final battle of the Northwest Indian Wars.
There are over 40 golf courses in the Toledo area; some are championship level. Within 5 miles of the park are two courses.
Spring Walleye Run - Join the hundreds of men and women who fish for walleye along the Maumee River. Very early each spring, hundreds of thousands of walleye find their way across Lake Erie to position themselves near the mouth of the Maumee River. They surge up the waterway once the water temperature, flow rate, and length of the day tell them it is time to move. Check out the Ohio Department of Wildlife website for more information.
Toledo Mud Hens Baseball - Baseball is great fun at the state of the art Fifth Third Field in downtown Toledo, home of the world famous Toledo Mud Hens. Come out and cheer them on.
The National Tractor Pulls, Bowling Green University and University of Toledo athletic competitions, Softball, Soccer and Baseball Tournaments
Charter Boats - Have a fun day on Lake Erie fishing for walleye and perch. Many different Charter boat companies are available.
Lake Erie Activities
Put-In-Bay/Lake Erie Islands - Take the Miller Boat Lines ferry to Put-In-Bay (South Bass Island). Relax or party with food, fun and sun. There are activities every week..
Challenge your family to a championship winning game! Pick up everything you need to play in the office!
Swimming Pool - After a long days journey, take a dip in our heated swimming pool or enjoy a lively game of water volleyball. The pool is open from Memorial Day weekend until Labor Day weekend.
Whether it's cornhole or giant jinga, we will deliver these games to your campsite for hours of fun. Come to the office to ask for your favorite game.
Hey kids, come and play on the swings, and climbing tower! There's lots of sand to build with, too. Mom and Dad can watch from the nearby gazebo.
Take the challenge and putt around our 9 hole mini golf course.
This is one game where close enough might be good enough! Pick up the horseshoes in the office and have fun trying to make a ringer.