Chapter 1501:41-2 Fees

1501:41-2-01 Collection of fees.

The chief of the division or his authorized agent shall collect fees or rent from every person prior to allowing use of any facility operated or maintained on the lands or waters under the administration of the division when such rent or fee is provided for by these rules. The provisions of this rule requiring payment prior to use of the facility may be waived by the chief of the division.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 01/29/2010 and 01/25/2015
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.03 , 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 6/14/75, 3/16/81, 7/1/83

1501:41-2-02 Use of facilities fees.

No person shall, on any of the lands or waters under the administration of the division, use or occupy facilities or equipment privileges for the use or occupation of which a fee or other charge has been established unless he has first paid such fee or charge. At the discretion of the chief this rule may be waived for state officers and employees or persons on official business of the division, for state promotional purposes or for division programs.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 01/29/2010 and 01/25/2015
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.03
Prior Effective Dates: 6/14/75, 3/16/81, 3/1/93

1501:41-2-03 Heavy equipment fees.

(A) Upon a finding that it will be for the best interests of the division, the chief may make available for dredging programs on state waters, or along the Muskingum river certain heavy equipment owned by the state of Ohio and utilized by the division in maintenance of the rivers, lakes, and lake channels, and qualified operators of such equipment who are employed by or are agents of the division. The fees charged for this service shall be as follows:

EQUIPMENT

FEE

Suction dredge

$ 5.00 per cubic yard (1,000 yards minimum)

3/4 yd. bucket dredge and smaller

$ 100.00 per hour (4 hour minimum)

All bucket dredges larger than 3/4 yd

$ 125.00 per hour (4 hour minimum)

Barge 19 ft x 48 ft and smaller

$ 50.00 per hour (2 hour minimum)

All barges larger than 19 ft x 48 ft up to 26 x 48 ft.

$ 75.00 per hour (2 hour minimum)

Barges larger than 26 ft x 48 ft.

$ 100.00 per hour (2 hour minimum)

(B) These fees do not include cost of fuel and operator. Costs incurred in fuel and operator are to be paid by the lessee. No person shall operate equipment listed in this rule unless that person is a qualified operator and an employee or agent of the division.

(C) The above fees do not include the costs of moving equipment. Costs incurred for transporting equipment to and from the dredging site are to be paid by the lessee.

Effective: 12/15/2014
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/29/2014 and 12/15/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 6/14/75, 7/1/83, 1/1/88, 3/1/93

1501:41-2-04 Private channel fee.

The fee for the utilization of the waters of the state administered by the division and for authorization to cut through containments on state lands for the purpose of filling channels provided for in rule 1501:41-3-29 of the Administrative Code shall be thirty cents per square foot of surface water.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 07/16/2014 and 07/16/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 6/14/75, 7/1/01

1501:41-2-07 Concession operated public service facilities fees.

(A) At those public service facilities operated by the division or operated under authority of section 1501.09 of the Revised Code by a concessionaire, the rental rates, fees and all other charges made by the operator to the public for goods or services shall be priced similar to and in conformance to the common rates charged by other similar outlets for such goods or services or as approved by the director or chief of the division pursuant to the terms and conditions of the concessionaire's lease or contract.

(B) In the event the division is required to take over and operate any public service facility which has been operated by a concessionaire, the division shall collect the same rental rate, fee or other charges as the concessionaire.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 01/29/2010 and 01/25/2015
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 6/14/75, 5/15/78

1501:41-2-08 Seasonal dock fees.

(A) Persons who have a private structure built on state lands or in state waters or extending on or over the waters of the division shall pay an annual permit fee. The fee shall be based on the total number of structures or the total number of watercraft to be moored at the structures, whichever is the larger number. : For the purposes of this paragraph a structure is defined as a dock, platform, covered dock, boathouse, tie up or other structure on state lands or over, in or on the waters of the division privately built and maintained by the applicant. Structures do not include breakwaters. Exempt from the fees in this paragraph are structures at lake Milton and Pymatuning:

Fee per season or any fraction thereof:

Total number of structures or boats to be moored at the structures per permit

Fee if structure is a boathouse or covered dock

Fee if structure is a dock, platform, tie ups or other structure

     

For one structure or one boat

$ 120.00

$ 110.00

For two or more structures or boats

$ 95.00 per structure or boat in excess of one

$ 85.00 per structure or boat in excess of one

(B) Persons who have a private structure on private land that is adjacent to state waters and which extends over, into or on the waters of the division or is used to moore a watercraft on state waters shall pay an annual permit fee. The fee shall be based on the total number of structures or the total number of watercraft to be moored at the structures, whichever is the larger number. For the purposes of this paragraph a private structure is defined as a tie-up, dock, boat house, covered dock or structure that is used by the applicant for the mooring of boats or other purposes. Private structures do not include breakwaters. Exempt from the fees in this paragraph are structures at lake Milton :

Fee per season or any fraction thereof:

Total number of structures or boats to be moored at the structures per permit

Fee if structure is a boathouse or covered dock

Fee if the structure is a tie-up, dock or other structure

     

For one structure or one boat

$ 90.00

$ 80.00

For two or more structures or boats

$ 75.00 per structure or boat in excess of one

$ 55.00 per structure or boat in excess of one

(C) State dock: For a dock space or other superaqueous structure owned and maintained by the division and used by the applicant for the mooring of private watercraft the fee per season or any portion thereof shall be:

  

     

  

  

  

  

  
  

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Park

  

Fee

Alum Creek

     
  

Premium docks

$1, 385.00 per dock for one boat

     

$1, 655.00 per dock if two boats are moored at dock

  

Off shore sailboat moorings

$ 415.00 per boat

  

Other state park docks

$ 34.00 per dock foot

Buck Creek

  

$ 29.00 per dock foot

Buckeye lake

  

$ 550.00 per dock space

     

$ 250.00 per jet ski dock

Burr Oak

  

$ 195.00 per dock space

  

  

  
  

  

  

Cowan lake

  

$ 285.00 per dock space

  

Youth program bulk rack fee

$ 45.00 per rack space

Delaware

     
  

Southwest dock area

$ 305.00 per dock space

  

Marina Area

  
  

24 foot docks

$ 660.00 per dock space

  

28 foot docks

$ 770.00 per dock space

Dillon

     
  

20 foot dock

$ 255.00 per dock space

  

24 foot dock

$ 295.00 per dock space

Grand lake St. Marys

     
  

Schells docking area

$ 315.00 per dock space

  

Other state docks

$ 330.00 per dock space

Hueston Woods

  

$ 250.00 per dock space

Indian lake

  

$ 475.00 per dock space

Lake Loramie

  

$ 255.00 per dock space

Lake Milton

     
  

20 foot docks

$ 475.00 per dock space

  

24 foot docks

$ 560.00 per dock space

M. J. Thurston

     
  

for boats 20 foot or less

$ 265.00 per dock space

  

for boats longer than 20 feet but less than 26 feet

$ 315.00 per dock space

  

for boats 26 feet long or longer

$ 340.00 per dock space

Middle Bass Island

     
  

26 foot docks

$1, 300.00 per dock space

  

28 foot docks

$1, 400.00 per docks space

  

30 foot docks

$1, 500.00 per dock space

  

32 foot docks

$1, 600.00 per dock space

  

34 foot docks

$1, 700.00 per dock space

  

36 foot docks

$1, 800.00 per dock space

  

40 foot docks

$2, 000.00 per dock space

  

44 foot docks

$2, 200.00 per dock space

  

48 foot docks

$2, 400.00 per dock space

  

52 foot docks

$2, 990.00 per dock space

Mosquito

     
  

For boats less than 22 feet in length

$ 455.00 per dock space

  

For boats 22 feet long or longer

$ 485.00 per dock space

North Bass Island

  

$ 445.00 per dock space

Punderson

  

$ 110.00 per dock space

Rocky Fork

     
  

For cluster docks

$ 415.00 per dock space

  

For all other docks

$ 330.00 per dock space

Salt Fork

     
  

Main marina

  
  

20 foot docks

$ 415.00 per dock space

  

24 foot docks

$ 475.00 per dock space

  

28 foot docks

$ 525.00 per dock space

  

32 foot docks

$ 830.00 per dock space

  

Sugartree marina

  
  

20 foot docks

$ 475.00 per dock space

  

24 foot docks

$ 525.00 per dock space

Shawnee

     
  

Dock A

$1, 550.00 per dock space

  

Dock B

$1, 116.00 per dock space

  

Dock C

$ 560.00 per dock space

  

  

  

  

West Branch

  

$ 27.00 per dock foot

All other state park areas not listed above

  

$ 190.00 per dock space

(D) State tie-ups: Where the division furnishes stakes or posts for the purpose of tying boats thereto in the zone area provided therefore by the division in lieu of dock structures the fee shall be as follows:

Park

Fee per boat

Burr Oak

$ 70.00

Cowan lake

$ 90.00

Kiser lake

$ 60.00

Lake Logan

$ 60.00

Lake Loramie

$ 80.00

Punderson

$ 65.00

Pymatuning

$ 120.00

Guilford lake

$ 60.00

All other state parks

$ 60.00

(E) Private dock or structure at lake Milton state park: For a tie-up from private land or a dock or other structure which extends over or on the waters of lake Milton or for any new or newly renovated structure on lake Milton state park:

Fee:

Ninety dollars per season or any portion thereof for each structure, dock or tie-up used for the mooring of watercraft. This fee includes the privilege of mooring one boat owned or leased by applicant to said dock, tie-up or structure. If more than one boat owned or leased by applicant is moored, the applicant shall pay a fee of ninety dollars per season or any portion thereof for each additional boat except for personal watercraft. If the dock is designed and designated for more than two watercraft then the fee shall be five hundred thirty dollars per slip excluding slips for personal watercraft. For personal watercraft the fee shall be forty-two dollars per season for each additional personal watercraft. With the park manager's approval persons who own a private dock at lake Milton may permit watercraft not owned or leased by the dock owner to seasonally moore at the private dock for a fee of two hundred eighty dollars per watercraft per year. For decks or other structures privately built and maintained at lake Milton but not used for the mooring of watercraft, the fee shall be one dollar per square foot.

(F) There may be designated area to be used for guest docks. The chief of the division or his authorized agent may issue a temporary license, valid for twenty-four hours or any portion thereof, to persons for the use of division-operated guest docks:

Fee:

(1) For South Bass Island Oak Point

the fee for continuous docking of one boat shall be twelve dollars per boat between the hours of nine a.m. and six p.m. or any portion thereof and twenty-two dollars per boat between the hours of six p.m. and nine a.m. or any portion thereof.

(2) For Shawnee marina

the fee shall be thirty-three dollars for a boat in docks A or B, seventeen dollars for a boat in dock C.

(3) For Salt Fork state park

the fee shall be seventeen dollars per boat per twenty-four hours.

(4) For Middle Bass Island state park the fee per continuous docking of one boat during the day only shall be fifteen dollars per boat at docks without electricity and twenty dollars per boat for docks with electricity. The nightly fee for overnight docking shall be one dollar and twenty-five cents per boat foot at docks without electricity and one dollar and forty-five cents per boat foot for docks with electricity or the fee shall be thirty dollars per boat per night whichever is the greater amount. The fee for a jet ski shall be five dollars per hour.

(5) For lake Milton and Mosquito lake state parks the fee

shall be twelve dollars per boat per twenty-four hours and for Indian lake state park the fee shall be seventeen dollars per twenty-four hours.

(6)

The fee for state park guest docks except those identified in paragraphs (F)(1), (F)(2), (F)(3), (F)(4), or (F)(5) of this rule shall be eight dollars per boat per twenty-four hours.

(G) The half-season fee for state-operated docks shall be fifty-five per cent of the fee listed in paragraph (C) of this rule. For the purpose of this rule, "half-season" is defined as the period from July fifteenth through November first, or any portion thereof. For the purposes of this rule "season" is that period of time during the in-season docks are available for rent as designated by the Chief.

(H) At Buckeye lake, Grand lake St. Marys, Guilford lake, Indian lake, lake Loramie, and Portage lakes annual private dock and tie up fees paid on or after May first will be ten dollars more or ten percent more, whichever is the greater amount, than the fees specified in paragraphs (A) and (B) of this rule.

(I) At lake Milton state park, annual private dock fees paid after April tenth will be twenty-five dollars more than the fee specified in paragraph (E) of this rule.

(J) During the hunting season at parks designated by the chief, persons may rent and use vacant docks for the duration of the duck hunting season. The rental fee shall be

the fee shall be fifty-five dollars per dock space except at lake Milton where the fee shall be forty-five dollars per dock space.

(K) Private docks at Pymatuning state park: For a dock, platform, off shore mooring or other structure over or on the waters of the division privately built and maintained by the applicant:

Fee:

The fee shall be one hundred ten dollars per season or any portion thereof for each off shore mooring and one hundred ninety-five dollars per season or any portion thereof for each dock, platform, or other structure. This fee includes the privilege of mooring one boat to said off shore mooring, dock, platform or structure. If more than one boat is moored, the applicant shall pay a fee of one hundred ten dollars per season for each additional boat moored to the off shore mooring and one hundred ninety-five dollars per season or any portion thereof for each additional boat moored to the dock, platform, or other structure.

(L) Shawnee state park monthly rate: the monthly rate for dock spaces at Shawnee state park shall be:

Fee:

One hundred seventy-five dollars per space per month for dock spaces in docks A or B and two hundred twenty-five dollars per space per month for dock spaces in docks C.

(M) Shawnee state park winter dock rate:

For dock A the fee shall be $ 270.00 per dock space. For dock B the fee shall be $ 215.00 per dock space. For dock C the fee shall be $ 100.00 per dock space.

(N) At Buckeye lake state park political subdivisions of the state are exempt from paying the fees specified in paragraphs (A), (B) and (D) of this rule if the dock or tie up is used exclusively for free guest dockage with a four hour limit.

Effective: 12/15/2014
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/29/2014 and 12/15/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 1/1/77, 5/15/78, 7/1/80, 3/16/81, 5/16/82, 8/2/83, 6/12/86, 3/18/88, 1/28/89, 4/10/90, 2/18/92, 3/1/93, 2/27/94, 3/1/95, 3/1/96, 3/1/97, 3/1/98, 10/1/98, 5/1/00, 7/1/01, 4/11/02, 10/1/03, 4/1/04, 3/1/05, 3/1/06, 11/7/2008, 6/11/10

1501:41-2-09 Dry moorage and dry rack fees.[Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 11-07-08

1501:41-2-11 Camping fees.

(A) The fee for camping at primitive campgrounds at state parks is:

In season

No charge

Winter season

No charge

(B) The nightly fee for camping at state operated family camping areas at state parks during the in season is:

  

Electric

Without electric

Alum Creek

     

Premium sites

$ 28.00

  

Regular sites

$ 26.00

  

Full service sites

$ 34.00

  

A.W. Marion

$ 20.00

$ 16.00

Barkcamp

$ 19.00

$ 14.00

Beaver Creek

  

$ 16.00

Blue Rock

$ 17.00

$ 14.00

Buck Creek

$ 24.00

$ 20.00

Burr Oak

     

Dock 2 and 3 areas

  

$ 15.00

Class A camp

  

$ 17.00

Caesar Creek

$ 25.00

  

Cowan lake

$ 25.00

$ 20.00

Deer creek

$ 25.00

  

Delaware

$ 24.00

  

Dillon

$ 22.00

$ 16.00

East Fork

     

Regular sites

$ 24.00

  

Full service sites

$ 31.00

  

East Harbor

     

Regular sites

$ 25.00

$ 20.00

Pull through sites

$ 29.00

$ 22.00

Back in full service sites

$ 29.00

  

Pull through full service sites

$ 33.00

  

Sites in the group area when rented as an individual campsite

  

$ 21.00

Findley

$ 24.00

$ 20.00

Forked Run

$ 20.00

$ 16.00

Geneva

     

Regular sites

$ 26.00

$ 18.00

Full service sites

$ 31.00

  

Grand Lake St. Marys

$ 23.00

$ 19.00

Great Seal

  

$ 16.00

Guilford

$ 22.00

  

Harrison lake

$ 22.00

$ 16.00

Hocking Hills

     

Old Mans Cave, S.R. 664

$ 26.00

$ 22.00

Hike in camp off S.R. 374

  

$ 19.00

Hueston Woods

$ 22.00

$ 17.00

Indian lake

     

Regular sites

$ 23.00

  

Premium sites

$ 25.00

$ 21.00

Full service sites

$ 33.00

  

Jackson lake

$ 19.00

$ 15.00

Jefferson lake

  

$ 16.00

John Bryan

$ 20.00

$ 16.00

Kelleys Island

     

Regular sites

$ 29.00

$ 23.00

Premium sites

  

$ 28.00

Kiser lake

$ 20.00

$ 16.00

Lake Alma

$ 20.00

$ 16.00

Lake Hope

$ 20.00

$ 16.00

Lake Loramie

     

Premium sites

$ 24.00

$ 20.00

Regular sites

$ 22.00

$ 18.00

Malabar Farm

  

$ 16.00

Maumee Bay

$ 25.00

  

M.J. Thurston

     

Regular sites

  

$ 16.00

Premium sites

  

$ 18.00

Middle Bass Island

  

$ 16.00

Mohican

     

Full service sites

$ 36.00

  

Regular sites

$ 28.00

$ 18.00

Walk in sites

  

$ 23.00

Mosquito

     

Regular sites

$ 22.00

$ 18.00

Mount Gilead

$ 19.00

$ 15.00

Muskingum

     

Premium sites

  

$ 15.00

Regular sites

  

$ 14.00

Paint Creek

     

Regular sites

$ 22.00

  

Premium deck sites

$ 24.00

  

Pike lake

$ 18.00

$ 14.00

Portage lakes

$ 23.00

$ 19.00

Punderson

     

Full service sites

$ 32.00

  

Regular sites

$ 23.00

$ 19.00

Pymatuning

     

Regular sites

$ 22.00

$ 19.00

Premium sites

$ 24.00

  

Full service sites

$ 30.00

  

Rocky Fork

     

Regular sites

$ 22.00

$ 19.00

Premium sites

  

$ 22.00

Full service sites

$ 31.00

  

Salt Fork

     

Regular sites

$ 24.00

  

Full service sites

$ 33.00

  

Scioto Trail

$ 20.00

$ 16.00

Shawnee

     

Regular sites

$ 21.00

$ 16.00

South Bass Island

     

Regular sites

  

$ 25.00

Full service sites

$ 30.00

  

Stonelick

     

Premium sites

$ 23.00

  

Regular sites

$ 21.00

$ 17.00

Strouds Run

  

$ 16.00

Tar Hollow

$ 22.00

$ 19.00

Van Buren

$ 20.00

$ 16.00

West Branch

     

Regular sites

$ 24.00

$ 20.00

Full service sites

$ 30.00

  

Wolf Run

     

Regular sites

$ 21.00

$ 17.00

Premium sites

  

$ 18.00

Four dollars will be added to the non-electric campground fee if electric is added to any sites not now having electric.

For any site where water and sewer are added, the fee shall be $ 6.00 more than the site was previously.

At South Bass Island and Middle Bass Island state parks the fees specified in this paragraph permit up to two adults plus children on one site for one night. Additional adults may camp on the site for a fee of five dollars per additional adult per night.

The chief of the division may reduce the fee for electric sites listed in this paragraph if the electric to the site becomes disconnected or unavailable for any extended period of time.

For any family campground not listed above the fee shall be fourteen dollars.

(C) The fee for camping at family camp areas at state parks shall be two dollars less than the fee listed in paragraph (B) of this rule during the winter season.

(D) The nightly per site fee for persons camping in state park horse camps shall be:

  

In season fee

Winter season fee

Alum Creek

$ 14.00

$ 12.00

Barkcamp

$ 19.00

$ 17.00

Beaver Creek

$ 14.00

$ 12.00

Caesar Creek

$ 14.00

$ 12.00

Deer Creek

$ 15.00

$ 13.00

Dillon

$ 17.00

$ 15.00

East Fork

$ 24.00

$ 22.00

Great Seal

$ 15.00

$ 13.00

Hueston Woods

     

Sites with electric

$ 18.00

$ 14.00

Sites without electric

$ 14.00

$ 12.00

Jefferson

$ 16.00

$ 14.00

Malabar Farm

$ 16.00

$ 14.00

Paint Creek

$ 14.00

$ 12.00

Salt Fork

$ 14.00

$ 12.00

Sycamore

$ 14.00

$ 12.00

Van Buren sites without electric

$ 16.00

$ 14.00

Van Buren sites with electric

$ 19.00

$ 17.00

West Branch

$ 15.00

$ 13.00

All other state park horse

$ 14.00

$ 12.00

camps

     

All or a portion of the fees for horse camps may be waived by the park manager for persons performing service projects that directly benefit the park.

(E) For the purposes of this rule, "premium sites" are those sites in high demand and designated by the chief as "premium sites".

(F) At those campsites the chief has designated as "seasonal sites" persons may rent and occupy the seasonal site for an entire month or the entire in season for a fee not to exceed the total of the daily rental fees specified in paragraph (B) of this rule.

(G) Any person entering and camping on a campsite prior to six a.m. shall pay the fee listed in paragraph (B) of this rule for the preceding day in addition to paying the additional fees required for the date of entering and the subsequent days of stay.

(H) The chief of the division may waive all or a portion of these fees for promotional purposes.

(I) For the purposes of this rule "full service sites" are those sites that have electric, water and sewage hookups available at the site.

(J) For the purpose of this rule "pull through sites" are those sites that provide the availability for a camping unit to access the site without having to back the camping vehicle.

(K) On the Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights of Memorial Day weekend, and Labor Day weekend and for the day before and the day of Fourth of July a two dollar holiday fee shall be added to the camp fees specified in paragraphs (B) and (D) of this rule. For Friday and Saturday nights, excluding holiday weekends and July third and July fourth, a one dollar weekend fee shall be added to the camp fees specified in paragraphs (B) and (D) of this rule starting on the weekend prior to Memorial Day weekend and ending on the first Sunday following Labor Day.

(L) A two dollar fee shall be charged for all nightly family campsites and horse campsites. This fee is in addition to the fees listed in paragraphs (B) and (D) of this rule.

Effective: 12/15/2014
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/29/2014 and 12/15/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 1/1/77, 3/24/81, 5/16/82, 10/18/82, 11/1/83, 6/6/86, 6/12/87, 3/18/88, 1/28/89, 4/10/90, 2/18/92, 3/1/93, 4/1/94, 3/1/95, 3/1/96, 7/1/96, 4/11/97, 4/1/98, 5/17/00, 7/1/01, 4/11/02, 6/9/03, 4/1/04, 4/1/05, 3/23/06, 11/7/2008, 6/11/10

1501:41-2-13 Rent-a-camp fees. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 4-1-04

1501:41-2-14 Group facilities fees.

The chief of the division may, at his/her discretion, for promotional purposes during division-sponsored programs, waive all or a portion of the fees for program/promotion participants.

(A) Residence camps Tar Hollow state park group resident camp building complex (maximum: two hundred persons).

Fee:

The fee shall be three hundred ninety dollars per day for up to and including one hundred seventy-five persons; over one hundred seventy-five, the daily fee shall be three hundred ninety dollars plus one dollar per day for each additional person in excess of one hundred seventy-five. On Monday through Thursday from September first through October thirty-first the fee shall be two hundred ten dollars per day.

(B) Overnight group lodges

(1) Lake Hope state park, Laurel lodge.

Rental of entire lodge (beds for twenty-two).

Fee: For Friday, Saturday or Sunday night rentals, the fee is three hundred fifty dollars per night. For Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday night rentals, the fee is three hundred ten dollars per night.

(2) Pike lake state park group lodge (maximum twenty-two persons).

Fee: The maximum fee for a one week rental is seven hundred seventy dollars. For less than a full week the fee is one hundred twenty-five dollars per night.

(C) Group meeting rooms

(1) Hueston Woods state park office meeting rooms.

Fee per day:

$ 145.00

(2) Quail Hollow meeting rooms and rental house.

Meeting room A:

     

Fee:

Four hours

$ 50.00

  

Eight hours

$ 100.00

Dining room, kitchen, breakfast room in combination with meeting room A:

     

Fee:

Four hours

$ 75.00

  

Eight hours

$ 150.00

Meeting room B:

     

Fee:

Four hours

$ 30.00

  

Eight hours

$ 60.00

Dining room, kitchen, breakfast room in combination with meeting room B:

     

Fee:

Four hours

$ 55.00

  

Eight hours

$ 110.00

        

Kitchen and breakfast room:

     

Fee:

Four hours

$ 20.00

  

Eight hours

$ 40.00

Dining room:

     

Fee:

Four hours

$ 40.00

  

Eight hours

$ 80.00

(3) Rocky Fork

Activity center meeting room

Fee:

Per day

$ 75.00

Recreation barn

Fee:

Per day

$ 40.00

  

If camping with twenty or more in group camp area no charge for use of barn.

  

East end overlook facility

Fee:

Per day

$ 300.00

  

Per weekend, Friday through Sunday

$ 400.00

(4) Malabar Farm.

Pugh cabin.

     

Fee:

Rentals from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

$ 125.00

  

Rentals from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 a.m.

$ 125.00

  

Rentals from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

$ 200.00

Big house.

Fee:

up to one hour

$ 400.00

Visitor center library

Fee:

per day

$ 100.00

(5) Lake White meeting room.

Fee:

For Saturdays, Sundays or holidays

$ 100.00 per day

  

For weekdays

$ 50.00 per day

(6) Cowan lake meeting room.

Fee:

Per day

$ 100.00

  

  

(7) Shawnee marina meeting room.

Fee:

Per day

$ 80.00

(8) Mohican commissary meeting room.

Fee:

Per day

$ 50.00

(9) Scioto Trail historic church

Fee:

Per day

$ 75.00

(D) Day use group lodges

(1) John Bryan state park day use lodge

Fee:

In season per weekday

$ 140.00

  

For Saturdays, Sundays, Memorial day, July Fourth and Labor day

$ 170.00

  

Winter season per day

$ 50.00

(2) Caesar Creek day use lodge

Fee:

Per day weekdays

$ 100.00

  

Per day weekends

$ 150.00

(3) M.J. Thurston group lodge.

Fee:

For one to six hours

$ 60.00

  

For more than six hours

$ 85.00

(4) Punderson chalet

Fee:

Per day

$ 150.00

(E) Sycamore Group camps

When used only for day use (from ten a.m. to eleven p.m.)

Fee per day:

     
  

Site A

$ 100.00

  

Site B

$ 50.00

When used as an organized group camp:

Fee for site A:

$ 100.00 per night

Fee for site B:

$ 50.00 per night

(F) For shelterhouses that are reserved the fee is:

Park

Fee per day

A.W. Marion Memorial Hill shelter

$ 40.00

Adams lake shelter Saturday or Sunday

$ 50.00

Adams lake shelter on weekdays

$ 45.00

Blue Rock shelter

$ 40.00

Buck Creek shelter

$ 60.00

Buckeye lake shelter

$ 50.00

Caesar Creek shelter weekdays

$ 50.00

Caesar Creek shelter Saturday or Sunday

$ 75.00

Cowan lake camp shelter and dance pavilion with electric on weekdays

$ 60.00

Cowan lake shelter and dance pavilion with electric Saturday or Sunday

$ 75.00

Cowan lake shelter without electric weekdays

$ 50.00

Cowan lake shelter without electric Saturday or Sunday

$ 65.00

Dillon shelter on weekdays

$ 40.00

Dillon shelter on Saturday, Sundays, and the holiday of Memorial day, Labor day weekend and July 1, 2, 3, and 4.

$ 50.00

East Fork shelter

$ 65.00

East Harbor shelter

$ 50.00

Findley shelter weekdays

$ 40.00

Findley shelter Saturday or Sunday

$ 50.00

Geneva shelter weekdays

$ 40.00

Geneva shelter Saturday or Sunday

$ 50.00

Grand lake Saint Marys shelter

$ 50.00

Great Seal Ireland shelter

$ 45.00

Great Seal Vista shelter

$ 45.00

Harrison lake beach shelter

$ 65.00

Harrison lake Marzolf shelter

$ 45.00

Harrison lake north shelter

$ 40.00

Headlands shelter

$ 75.00

Hocking Hills shelter without electric

$ 45.00

Hocking Hills shelter with electric

$ 50.00

Hueston Woods horse camp shelter

$ 50.00

Independence shelter

$ 45.00

Indian lake shelter without electricity

$ 40.00

Indian lake shelter with electricity

$ 50.00

John Bryan lower picnic area shelter

$ 50.00

Lake Hope shelter

$ 40.00

Lake Loramie Earls Island shelter for one side

$ 40.00

Lake Loramie Earls Island shelter for entire shelter

$ 70.00

Lake Milton pavilion or gazebo

$ 40.00

Lake White upper shelter

$ 45.00

Lake White lower shelter

$ 40.00

Maumee Bay sun shelter

$ 25.00

Mohican shelters

$ 50.00

Mount Gilead shelter two or three

$ 40.00

Mount Gilead shelter one

$ 45.00

Mount Gilead tarps for shelter one

$ 25.00

Paint Creek shelter per half

$ 40.00

Portage lakes shelters

$ 50.00

Rocky Fork shelter

$ 50.00

Scioto Trail shelter

$ 50.00

Shawnee shelter Saturday or Sunday

$ 50.00

Shawnee shelter on weekdays

$ 45.00

Strouds Run shelter

$ 40.00

Stonelick shelter

$ 40.00

Sycamore shelter

$ 65.00

Tar Hollow shelter

$ 50.00

Wolf Run shelter

$ 45.00

Wingfoot Buckeye shelter

$ 50.00

Wingfoot Oak Tree shelter

$ 50.00

Wingfoot Look Out shelter

$ 50.00

Wingfoot Lakefront shelter

$ 150.00

Wingfoot Dogwood shelter

$ 200.00

Wingfoot Pine Tree shelter

$ 250.00

Other shelters designated by the chief

$ 40.00

(G) Shelter Camps

The fee for Tar Hollow shelter camps is:

Fee:

  

Shelters with electricity

$ 50.00 per night for twelve persons

Shelters without electricity

$ 45.00 per night for twelve persons

For additional persons

$ 2.00 per night per person

(H) For rental of the gazebo and amphitheater at Mount Gilead and Scioto Trail state parks the daily fee shall be as follows:

Fee:

Mount Gilead gazebo

$ 40.00

  

Mount Gilead amphitheater

$ 50.00

  

Scioto Trail gazebo

$ 45.00

  

Scioto Trail amphitheater

$ 45.00

(I) For rental of a group tent the fee shall be as follows:

Fee per tent:

Malabar farm tent

$ 75.00 per day

  

Shawnee tent

$ 50.00 per day

  

Other state park group tents

$ 50.00 per day

(J) For rental of the horse arena at Hueston Woods state park the fees shall be as follows:

Fee per day:

     
  

Per group without electric

$ 25.00

  

Per group with electric

$ 50.00

  

Per person

$ 2.00

(K) For a reservation at Maumee Bay state park of the picnic area at parking lot number three the fee shall be twenty-five dollars per day.

(L) Group Camps

Alum Creek

  

$ 40.00 per group site

A.W. Marion

  

$ 40.00 per group site

Barkcamp

  

$ 150.00 per group site

Beaver Creek

  

$ 35.00 per group site

Burr Oak

  

$ 30.00 per group site

Caesar Creek

Wellman meadow and 50 springs group camps

$ 75.00 per group site

Cowan Lake

Pinetree

$ 65.00 per group site

  

Lakeview Point

$ 65.00 per group site

Deer Creek

Summer season

$ 50.00 per group site

  

Winter season

$ 40.00 per group site

Delaware

  

$ 40.00 per group site

East Harbor

Adult groups

$ 90.00 per group site

  

Youth groups

$ 5.00 per adult

     

$ 2.00 per youth

Findley

  

$ 40.00 per group site

Forked Run

  

$ 30.00 per group site

Grand lake Saint Marys

Youth groups in season

$ 5.00 per adult

     

$ 2.00 per youth

  

Youth groups winter season

$ 3.00 per adult

     

$.50 per youth

  

Adult groups

$ 90.00 per group site

Hocking Hills

Large main group area

$ 60.00 per group site

  

Small main group area

$ 40.00 per group site

  

Youth group areas A, B and C

$ 50.00 per group site

  

Group sites 1 through 10

$ 20.00 per group site

Hueston Woods

Small group area

$ 50.00 per group site

  

Large group area

$ 100.00 per group site

Indian lake

Small group area

$ 85.00 per group site

  

Large group area

$ 100.00 per group site

Lake Hope

Small group area

$ 25.00 per group site

  

Large group area

$ 35.00 per group site

Lake Loramie

Adult groups

$ 100.00 per group site

  

Youth group in season

$ 5.00 per adult

     

$ 1.00 per youth

  

Youth group winter season

$ 3.00 per adult

     

$ .50 per youth

Mohican

  

$ 45.00 per group site

Mosquito

  

$ 40.00 per group site

Mount Gilead

  

$ 40.00 per group site

Pike lake

  

$ 50.00 per group site

Punderson

  

$ 40.00 per group site

Rocky Fork

Group camp

$ 95.00 per group site

  

Group activity center

$ 125.00 per night

Salt Fork

  

$ 5.00 per adult

     

$ 2.00 per youth

Shawnee

  

$ 35.00 per group site for up to twelve people plus $ 1.00 for each person in excess of twelve

Strouds Run

  

$ 30.00 per group site

Tar Hollow

Fire tower camp

$ 4.00 per adult

     

$ 1.00 per youth

West Branch

With electricity

$ 40.00 per group site

  

Without electricity

$ 30.00 per group site

All other state park group camps

In season

$ 4.00 per adult

     

$ 1.00 per youth

  

Winter season

$ 2.00 per adult

     

$ .50 per youth

At lake Erie Islands state park a ten dollar non-refundable deposit is required at the time of reservation. This deposit will be applied to the group fee at the time of occupancy.

At Kiser lake state park the minimum per night fee for a group camp shall be twenty dollars.

All or a portion of group camp fees may be waived by the park manager for groups performing service projects that directly benefit the park.

Effective: 12/15/2014
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/29/2014 and 12/15/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 1/1/77, 3/24/81, 5/16/82, 10/18/82, 11/1/83, 10/16/86, 1/1/88, 4/10/90, 2/25/92, 3/1/93, 4/1/94, 3/1/95, 4/1/96, 3/1/97, 4/1/98, 5/17/00, 7/1/01, 4/11/02, 4/1/04, 4/1/05, 3/1/06, 11/7/2008, 6/11/10

1501:41-2-15 Sleeping cabin fees (division operated). [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 4-1-04

1501:41-2-16 Housekeeping cottage fee (division operated).

(A) The fee for rental of housekeeping cottages is:

Park

Per week

Per night

Buck Creek preferred

$ 545.00

$ 85.00

Burr Oak

$ 520.00

$ 80.00

Cowan lake

     

Preferred

$ 615.00

$ 95.00

Premium

$ 745.00

$ 115.00

Dillon

     

Preferred

$ 585.00

$ 90.00

Premium

$ 715.00

$ 110.00

Hocking preferred

$ 675.00

$ 105.00

Hocking premium

$ 725.00

$ 130.00

Lake Hope

     

Basic family

$ 520.00

$ 80.00

Wood burner with two bedrooms

$ 470.00

$ 75.00

Wood burner with three bedrooms

$ 610.00

$ 95.00

Mohican preferred

$ 760.00

$ 110.00

Pike lake

     

Basic family

$ 405.00

$ 60.00

Preferred

$ 535.00

$ 80.00

Pymatuning

     

Basic family

$ 440.00

$ 65.00

Preferred

$ 610.00

$ 90.00

Premium

$ 920.00

$ 135.00

(B) The chief of the division may, at his/her discretion, for promotional purposes during division-sponsored programs, waive all or a portion of the fees for program/promotional participants.

(C) A ten dollar per night holiday fee shall be charged for each cottage rented on the following dates. This fee is in addition to the fees specified in paragraph (A) of this rule. The holiday fee shall be charged the Friday, Saturday and Sunday of Memorial Day weekend, Labor Day weekend and Columbus Day weekend; the day before and the day of Fourth of July, Veterans Day, and New Years day; the day before, the day of and ten days following Thanksgiving day; the day of and six days following Christmas day.

(D) The chief may designate certain cottages as allowing dogs. In cottages so designated, persons may bring and keep up to two dogs in the cottage. A fee of five dollars per night per cottage shall be charged for rental of a cottage designated as allowing dogs. This fee is in addition to the fees specified in paragraphs (A) and (C) of this rule.

Effective: 02/01/2012
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 11/15/2011 and 01/20/2017
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 11/07/2008

1501:41-2-18 Hocking Hills lodge and pool fee.

(A) Swimming pool fee.

The fee for swimming at the Hocking Hills dining lodge swimming pool is:

Adults daily passes $ 3.50 per day

Youths daily passes $ 3.00 per day

Adult season pass $ 75.00 per season

Youth season pass $ 50.00 per season

Group season pass $ 225.00 per season

For the purposes of this rule, "Youths" are defined as persons ages four through fifteen. No fee will be charged for children ages three or younger nor to registered cabin guests during normal pool hours. A season pass is valid Memorial Day through Labor Day. For the purposes of this rule, "group" is defined as up to six persons. Lost of stolen cards can be replaced for a fee of $ 5.00. The half season pass fees shall be fifty percent of the season fees listed in this rule. For the purposes of this rule, "half season" is defined as the period from July 15 through Labor Day.

(B) Lodge meeting room fee.

The fee for meeting room rentals at Hocking Hills dining lodge is:

For one meeting room, $ 30.00 per day.

No fee will be charged if the rental is for a banquet arranged through the lodge concessionaire.

(C) Exceptions.

The fees in this rule do not apply when the above facilities are operated by a concessionaire.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 07/16/2014 and 07/16/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 5/16/82, 10/18/82, 6/28/84, 2/27/94, 3/1/96, 3/1/98, 5/17/00, 4/1/05 , 11/7/08

1501:41-2-19 Malabar tour and membership fees.

(A) House tour fees per person per tour are as follows:

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Adults $ 4.00

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Youths (six through seventeen years of age) $ 2.00

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Tour groups

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Adults $ 3.50

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Youth (six through seventeen years of age) $ 1.50

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Children under six years of age admitted free.

No fee for special events authorized by the chief.

The chief may waive all or a portion of these fees for promotional purposes.

(B) Membership fees for a twelve month period are as follows:

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Individual (one person eighteen years or older) $ 25.00 per person

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Family (two adults and all children under twenty-one in one household $ 50.00 per family

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Memberships entitle the person or family to free house tours, wagon tours and hayrides; access to membership only events; and a ten percent discount on non-food purchases from the giftshop and on workshops and seminars.

(C) Recreational hayride fees per person per ride are as follows:

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Adults $ 2.00

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Youth (seventeen years of age and under) $ 2.00

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No fee for children under six years of age.

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(D) Fees for wagon rental ride are as follows:

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Tractor drawn wagon $ 75.00 per hour

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(E) Fees for interpretive wagon tour are as follows:

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Persons six years old or older $ 2.00 per tour

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Persons under six years old free

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Persons with a tour group $ 1.50

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(F) Fees for combination house and wagon tours when purchased at the same time are as follows:

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Adults $ 5.00

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Youths (six through seventeen years of age) $ 2.00

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Persons with tour groups $ 4.50

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Child (under six years of age) Free

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(G) For youth groups requesting a special program from the staff of Malabar farm a fee of two dollars per person shall be paid. One adult will be permitted to participate free of charge for each twenty persons paying the fee.

(H) Persons of prospective tour groups participating in organized familiarization tours, bus drivers of a tour bus and tour guides of a tour group are exempt from the fees specified in paragraphs (A), (C), and of this rule.

(I) For the purposes of this rule "tour groups" are tour group and bus operator groups that guarentee a reservation in advance for thirty or more people.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 07/16/2014 and 07/16/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 1-1-77; 5-15-78; 7-1-80; 2-18-92; 2-27-94; 3-1-95; 3-1-97; 9-1-97; 1-1-99; 5-17-00; 7-1-01; 6-9-03

1501:41-2-20 Golden Buckeye Card fees.

Persons who are Ohio residents and holders of a "Golden Buckeye Card," issued by the Ohio department of aging on or after September 1, 2003, shall have reduced rates and fees on certain recreation facilities and related activities. The discounts for qualifying persons are as follows:

(A) Fifty per cent off of the camping fees listed in rule 1501:41-2-11 of the Administrative Code. This discount does not apply to weekend camping. For the purposes of this rule, a"weekend" is defined as Friday night and Saturday night.

(B) At least ten per cent off of the regular charges for other state recreational facilities, equipment and services, and food service operations. As used in this paragraph, "food service operations" means restaurants which are owned by the department at Hocking Hills, lake Hope, Malabar Farm, and Rocky Fork state park, or are part of a state park lodge. It does not include automatic vending machines, concession stands or snack bars.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 07/16/2014 and 07/16/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1501.03 , 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 6/14/76, 5/15/78, 8/1/80, 3/16/81, 10/18/82, 7/1/83, 6/6/86, 1/1/88, 4/1/04

1501:41-2-21 Exemption requirements. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 4-1-04

1501:41-2-22 Boat camping fees.

(A) Persons occupying and sleeping overnight at the boat camping areas located within and operated in conjunction with the campgrounds at state parks shall obtain a regular camping permit at the cost stipulated in rule 1501:41-2-11 of the Administrative Code.

(B) Persons registered as a camper in a state park operated campground located at the park where the designated sleeping area is located shall be exempted from paying the fee prescribed in paragraph (A) of this rule.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 01/29/2010 and 01/25/2015
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 5/15/78, 10/23/82, 6/12/87

1501:41-2-23 Trailer waste station fee for noncampers.

When the usage of waste station facilities by holders of camping permits would not be restricted or limited, persons not registered as campers may enter a campground and utilize the trailer waste station facility to empty the holding tanks on recrational vehicles, travel trailers, and boats upon payment of a fee of ten dollars.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 07/16/2014 and 07/16/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 5/15/78, 7/1/83, 3/18/88, 2/18/92, 6/9/03

1501:41-2-24 Horseman's camping fee.

A camping fee shall be charged at horseman's camping areas, except those designated as primitive areas.

The area manager may limit the size of groups in accordance with the capacity of the designated group camping area. The fee charged shall be the fee established in rule 1501:41-2-11 of the Administrative Code. An additional nightly fee of one dollar per horse will be charged. The chief of the division may waive all or a portion of the nightly fee for horses at designated areas.

Eff (Amended) 7-1-80; 8-2-83
Rule promulgated under: RC Chapter 119.
Rule amplifies: RC 1501.03 , 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
119.032 Review Date: 2-25-03

1501:41-2-25 Refunds.

A refund of a camping, cabin or dock fees as set forth in rule 1501:41-2-08 , 1501:41-2-11 , 1501:41-2-15 , 1501:41-2-16 , 1501:41-2-20 , 1501:41-2-24 , or 1501:41-2-26 of the Administrative Code shall be issued in the event of an emergency, or in those situations where the chief deems a refund appropriate.

For the purpose of this rule, an "emergency" is defined as any situation in which the necessity for vacancy of a facility is beyond control of the occupant. "Emergencies" include, but are not limited to,

(A) Death or illness of family member

(B) Natural disaster or impending natural disaster at the park area or home of the occupant or lessee

(C) Termination of necessary services at the park

(D) Forced evacuation of the park due to epidemic, contamination, or any threat to the visitor's health or well being.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 01/29/2010 and 01/25/2015
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 7/1/80, 5/16/82

1501:41-2-27 Duck blind permit fees.

(A) A fee of fifty dollars shall be paid for each permanent duck blind permit issued in accordance with rule 1501:41-15-13 of the Administrative Code.

(B) For duck blinds built and maintained by the division. A fee of twenty dollars shall be paid for use of the blind for a period of three consecutive days.

Effective: 12/15/2014
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/29/2014 and 12/15/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 4/10/90, 2/27/94, 9/1/94, 10/1/98, 5/17/00

1501:41-2-28 Storage areas for watercraft, trailers and campers.

(A) The chief may designate areas at state parks where watercraft, trailers, or campers may be stored for a period of time during the winter or summer season. The storage fee at designated areas per boat, trailer, or camper shall be:

Park

Fee

Caesar Creek

$ 20.00 per month or $ 100.00 per season

Burr oak

$ 90.00 per winter season

  

  

  

Delaware

$ 30.00 per month

  

$ 150.00 for a six month period

  

$ 260.00 for a one year period

  

$ 2.00 per day

fee for boat trailer if boat dock is rented at park

$ 20.00 per month

  

$ 100.00 for a six month period

  

$ 190.00 for a one year period

Cowan

$ 20.00 per month or $ 100.00 per winter season

Lake Logan

$ 20.00 per month or $100 per winter season

Stonelick

$ 30.00 per month or $ 100.00 per season

Hueston Woods

  
  

$ 150.00 per summer season

  

$ 150.00 per winter season

State park areas not listed above

$ 30.00 per month or $ 150.00 per season

(B) The fee shall be seventy-five dollars per season for one space in a dry rack storage facility provided or permitted on state property by the division in lieu of dock structures at designated areas where the applicant uses said space for the sole purpose of keeping one watercraft.

Effective: 12/15/2014
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/29/2014 and 12/15/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 2/18/92, 2/27/94, 3/1/97, 3/1/98, 5/17/00, 11/1/01, 4/11/02, 6/9/03, 3/1/06, 11/7/08

1501:41-2-29 Special activities permit fee.

(A) For any special activities permit issued under the authority of rule 1501:41-03-28 of the Administrative Code the person requesting the permit shall pay a fee of forty dollars to the division to pay administrative costs for the processing of the permit. Exempt from this fee are special activities where the division is the sponsor or a cosponsor.

(B) Where the chief has approved a special activity which is not exclusively sponsored by the division, and the special activity requires the division to incur additional labor, material, or utility costs as a direct result of the activity, the special activity permit fee may be increased to an amount equal to the additional costs to be incurred by the division to provide those services and materials to support the event.

(C) At division sponsored events where the chief has approved the sale of items other than food and beverages by a special activity permit, a vendor permit fee not to exceed fifty dollars may be charged to each vendor to defray a portion of the cost of the event.

(D) At division sponsored events where the chief has approved the sale of food or beverages by a special activity permit, a permit fee not to exceed fifteen percent of the gross receipts from the sale of food and beverages may be charged to each vendor selling food or beverages. The permit fee shall be paid to the division within thirty days after the event and be accompanied by an accurate financial statement in a format specified by the chief.

Effective: 12/15/2014
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 09/29/2014 and 12/15/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09 , 1541.19
Prior Effective Dates: 2/18/92, 2/27/94, 9/1/97, 3/1/06, 11/7/08

1501:41-2-30 Muskingum river parkway lock fee.

(A) A fee shall be charged to those persons passing through the division operated locks on the Muskingum river with a watercraft. The fee shall be as follows:

$ 15.00 for an annual pass for each watercraft

sixteen feet or less in length and for each watercraft without a motor.

$ 35.00 for an annual pass for each motorized

watercraft longer than sixteen feet but less than twenty-six feet in length.

$ 50.00 for an annual pass for each motorized

watercraft twenty-six feet in length or longer.

$ 20.00 for a weekend pass for each motorized watercraft of any size.

This pass is good for one weekend during normal scheduled hours of lock operation.

For the purposes of this rule a weekend is Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday.

$ 5.00 per one way lockage of a lock by a watercraft

during normal hours of operation.

$ 15.00 per one way lockage of a lock outside the normal hours of operation

if all boaters locking through the lock have current annual passes for their watercraft.

$ 25.00 per one way lockage of a lock outside the normal hours of operation

if one or more of the boaters locking through the locks do not

have a current annual pass for their watercraft.

For the purposes of this rule an annual pass shall be valid for the calendar year January first through December thirty-first, and entitles the pass holder to unlimited lockage with one watercraft during the normal, scheduled hours of lock operation.

The passes specified in this rule are per watercraft. Additional watercraft require additional passes. The passes cannot be transferred to another person.

(B) For liveries operating on the Muskingum river, the fee for each canoe or kayak pass shall be twenty-five percent less than the fee specified in paragraph (A) of this rule.

(C) If a person is towing an unmanned, smaller boat through the lock, the boater does not need to pay a lock fee for the boat in tow as long as it does not need to be locked through separately.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 07/16/2014 and 07/16/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 1/1/95, 3/1/96, 3/1/98, 5/17/00

1501:41-2-31 Lake Milton and Buckeye lake state parks permit fee.

Persons applying for a dock, building or sea wall construction permit or requesting a reissue of the dock mylar sticker or replacement dock plate or persons requesting to transfer docks to another person at Lake Milton state park or Buckeye lake state park shall pay a fee of twenty-five dollars per permit application per dock plate reissue request, per transfer request or per mylar reissue request.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 07/16/2014 and 07/16/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 2-27-94; 3-1-96; 6-9-03

1501:41-2-32 Campground visitor and car passes.

(A) Persons not registered to camp may obtain a daily visitor's shower pass which entitles the person the use of the campground shower house for the day at the following family campgrounds:

Park Fee

Tar Hollow $ 1.00

Stonelick For persons registered in the primitive camp at Stonelick $ 1.00

Shawnee $ 2.00

Dillon $ 1.00

Salt Fork For persons registered to camp in Salt Fork's horseman's or group camp Free

For persons renting a Salt Fork seasonal dock Free

For all other persons $ 3.00

(B) At the parks named in this paragraph, a vehicle pass may be purchased. The vehicle pass entitles a registered camper to have an additional vehicle in the campground in excess to the number permitted by rule 1501:41-9-03 of the Administrative Code. Vehicle passes issued to persons who are not registered campers entitles the person to take their vehicle in the campground to visit campers and use the campground facilities. Short term additional vehicle passes may be issued for less than one hour at no charge.

Park Fee

Alum Creek $ 3.00

Caesar Creek From Tuesday before Memorial Day to Labor Day $ 3.00

Cowan From Tuesday before Memorial Day to Labor Day $ 3.00

From October 1 to the Sunday of Cowan's fall campout $ 5.00

East Fork $ 3.00

Findley $ 1.00

Geneva $ 2.00

Grand lake St. Marys From the Tuesday before Memorial Day to Labor Day $ 3.00

Harrison lake $ 2.00

Hocking Hills $ 1.00

Hueston Woods $ 2.00

Indian lake From the Tuesday before Memorial Day to Labor Day $ 3.00

Kelleys Island $ 5.00

Kiser lake $ 1.00

Lake Loramie $ 2.00

Maumee Bay $ 1.00

Paint Creek $ 2.00

Portage lakes $ 2.00

Punderson $ 2.00

Pymatuning $ 2.00

Rocky Fork $ 2.00

South Bass Island $ 5.00

West Branch $ 1.00

(C) At Mohican state park persons may purchase a daily visitor's pass for the class "A" campground if they are camping in the class "B" camp persons visiting campers or cabin guests in the class "A" area must purchase a visitor's pass from the Friday before Memorial Day to the first Tuesday after Labor Day. Short term passes for less than one hour for persons visiting a camper or cabin guest may be issued at no charge. A visitor's pass entitles a person to use of the class "A" facilities for one day. The fee for the visitor's pass is two dollars for persons sixteen years old and older and one dollar for persons six through fifteen years old. Children five years old or younger may obtain a visitor's pass free of charge when accompanied by an adult.

(D) At Caesars Creek state park persons may purchase a seasonal launch ramp pass which entitles the person to utilize the boat ramp facility in the Caesar Creek campground. The fee for each seasonal launch ramp pass shall be twenty-five dollars. Each launch ramp pass shall be valid from January first through December thirty-first

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 07/16/2014 and 07/16/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/94, 3/1/95, 3/1/96, 4/11/97, 9/1/97, 4/1/98, 10/1/98, 5/17/00, 7/1/01, 6/9/03, 4/1/04, 3/1/06

1501:41-2-33 Guilford lake state park private dock transfer fee.

At Guilford lake state park persons transferring ownership of a private dock shall pay fifty dollars per dock per transfer. This fee is in addition to the annual dock fees specified in rule 1501:41-2-08 of the Administrative Code.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 01/29/2010 and 01/25/2015
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 3/1/95

1501:41-2-34 Getaway rental fees.

(A) The nightly fee for persons renting a tepee shall be thirty dollars per site.

(B) The fee for persons renting a recreation vehicle shall be as follows:


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(C) The fee for persons renting a yurt shall be as follows:


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(D) The fee per cabin for persons renting a camper cabin shall be as follows:


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(E) The fee for persons renting a cedar cabin shall be as follows:


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(F) The fee for persons renting a South Bass Island getaway rental unit shall be as follows:


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(G) The per night fee for persons renting a rent a camp unit shall be as follows:


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R.C. 119.032 review dates: 07/16/2014 and 07/16/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 7/1/76, 1/1/77, 5/15/78, 7/25/80, 3/16/81, 5/1/81, 5/16/82, 11/1/83, 6/12/87, 1/1/88, 4/10/90, 2/18/92, 3/1/93, 2/27/94, 3/1/95, 3/1/96, 3/1/97, 4/1/98, 4/24/98, 5/17/00, 7/1/01, 4/11/02, 6/9/03, 4/1/04, 3/1/06, 11/7/2008, 6/11/10

1501:41-2-36 Campground discounts. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 4-1-04

1501:41-2-37 Open vendor area permit fee.

(A) The chief of the division may designate certain areas of parks as open vendor areas. The designation will stipulate the dates, times, and types of items or services that may be sold or provided by persons obtaining a permit. In open vendor areas persons may sell merchandise and food items or provide rentals or services in accordance with the designation if they first obtain a vendor's permit specified in paragraph (B) of this rule. Persons requesting a vendor's permit must have all other licenses and permits required by state law or local ordinances for the sale of their products or services.

(B) Persons may obtain a vendor's permit from the chief or his designee to sell merchandise and food items or provide rentals or serices in an open vendor area. The fee for a permit is ten dollars for a one day permit, twenty dollars for a three, consecutive day permit, and thirty-five dollars for a thirty, consecutive day permit.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 03/04/2005 and 03/01/2010

Promulgated Under: 119.03

Statutory Authority: 1541.03

Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09

Prior Effective Dates: 5/17/00

1501:41-2-38 Tar hollow wagon rides. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 4-20-07

1501:41-2-39 Special interpretive program fees.

At parks designated by the chief, groups requesting special interpretive or educational programs from park staff shall pay two dollars per person. For youth groups, one adult will be permitted to participate free of charge for each twenty persons paying the fee.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 07/16/2014 and 07/16/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 4/01/04

1501:41-2-40 Disabled veterans and former prisoner of war free camping requirements.

(A) Ohio residents who at the time of registration present a letter issued to them from the department of veteran affairs that states the person is eligible for free camping in Ohio state parks and certifies the person is a former prisoner of war who was honorably discharged from the military forces is exempt from the camping fees listed in rule 1501:41-2-11 of the Administrative Code.

(B) Ohio residents who at the time of registration present a letter issued to them from the department of veteran affairs that states the person is eligible for free camping in Ohio state parks and certifies the person is a permanently and totally disabled veteran who is receiving a pension or compensation from the department of veteran affairs and has received an honorable discharge from the armed forces of the United States is exempt from the camping fees listed in rule 1501:41-2-11 of the Administrative Code.

(C) Ohio residents who at the time of registration present an Ohio license plate issued to them by the registrar of motor vehicles under the authority of section 4503.41 or 4503.46 of the Revised Code shall be exempt from the camping fees listed in rule 1501:41-2-11 of the Revised Code.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 07/16/2014 and 07/16/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 4/1/04

1501:41-2-41 Private breakwater license fee.

(A) No person shall construct a breakwater in any lake administered by the division without first obtaining a license from the chief. The license shall be valid for up to twenty-five years at which time a new license must be obtained. The fee for the license shall be six dollars per square foot of breakwater. The square footage shall be calculated on the base dimensions of the breakwater. This fee is in addition to fees charged by other agencies or other divisions in the department of natural resources. The breakwater license does not authorize the construction of private docking structures or the mooring of watercraft.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 07/16/2014 and 07/16/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 3/01/06

1501:41-2-42 Marblehead lighthouse tour fees.

Persons taking a tour of the Marblehead lighthouse shall pay two dollars per tour per person. Children under six years of age are free.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 07/16/2014 and 07/16/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 1541.03
Rule Amplifies: 1541.01 , 1541.03 , 1541.09
Prior Effective Dates: 11/07/08