Winter – December, January, February
The winter months at Maumee Bay present the traveler with a variety of weather situations varying from rain to ice to snow. Precipitation amounts also vary greatly from year to year. The average high for winter is 34 °F and the average low is 20°F. We suggest packing warm clothes; including, overcoats, boots, gloves, scarves, and hats. But don’t forget your bathing suit for indoor swimming.
Spring – March, April, May
Spring is a time of swiftly changing weather conditions in Northwest Ohio. Early spring can be a carbon copy of the winter months with the likelihood of either rain or snow; however, late spring can be very pleasant with temperatures averaging 45°F for highs in March to 71°F in May. Low temperatures can range from 28°F in March to 50°F in May. Guests will need to pack for a variety of weather possibilities, from winter extremes to near summer-like conditions. In late spring, the temperatures may be pleasant during the day, but for a nighttime stroll remember to bring a jacket. And don’t forget your golf gear!
Summer – June, July, August
The long, hot days of summer are the best time to get out and enjoy all of the park’s offerings, though the occasional summer storm may put a damper on some outdoor plans. Hiking, biking, jogging, in-line skating, and swimming are just a few of the many popular activities that guests of Maumee Bay can expect to enjoy. Not only is summer the hottest season (daily temperatures average 85°F) it is also the wettest, with average precipitation of about 10.5 inches for the season. Pack light clothes and plenty of sunscreen for a day at the beach or lounging by the pool.
Fall – September, October, November
In early fall you’ll often find very pleasant conditions during the day at Maumee Bay, with highs about 76°F. Temperatures often fall off during the late evening to a cooler 50 °F, and you may need a light jacket or sweatshirt. By November, conditions once again can be very winter-like with the freezing point of 32 °F being the average nighttime temp. Pack warmly, but be prepared during the early parts of the season with shorts and T-shirts.