Ohio State Park Gift Cards Make Holiday Shopping Easy

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Ohio State Park Gift Cards Make Holiday Shopping EasyGive the gift that will suit everyone on your list

Stressed holiday shoppers looking for last-minute gifts, or great ideas for the hard-to-buy-for list can relax and give the gift of outdoor fun at Ohio State Parks. 

An Ohio State Parks gift card is an appealing choice for anyone who likes to play outdoors or unwind in comfort.  The gift cards can be redeemed for camping, getaway rentals, cottage rentals or overnight stays in eight of Ohio’s luxurious state park lodges.  They can also be used for golfing at Ohio State Parks’ six public courses, for boat rentals at many state park marinas, or for food and merchandise purchases.
When gift card recipients use their cards for overnight stays in the campgrounds or in select state park cottages, they can receive extra value through the new Ohio State Parks Rewards Card.  When they reserve their campsite or cottage, they can request a Rewards Card and earn points toward a free stay during a future state park visit.  
Gift card recipients and others who make reservations in December for an overnight stay at participating state park lodges can help Ohioans who are less fortunate.  For every reservation made through the 1-800-AT-A-PARK lodge reservation number in December for an overnight stay at Burr Oak, Hueston Woods, Maumee Bay, Mohican, Punderson, Salt Fork and Shawnee state park lodges, $2 will be donated by Xanterra Parks & Resorts to a food bank in Clinton County, an area especially hard hit by the economic downturn. 
Ohio State Park gift cards are available in any denomination, with a minimum value of $5.  Gift givers can also choose from two designs when they purchase their gift cards.  They can be purchased on-line at www.ohiostateparks.org, in person at any state park office, or by calling (614) 265-6513.

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources ensures a balance between wise use and protection of our natural resources for the benefit of all. Visit the ODNR web site at www.ohiodnr.gov