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Mail From: "Dave Waldorf" <(email redacted)>

In this day and age with Mapquest and GPS, it's almost superfluous to
provide directions to anywhere, to say nothing of posting them online.
However some may need to have something short and sweet to print out for a
caravan, or to give to someone who's not yet joined the computer generation.



To that end, be advised that the Hueston Woods Lodge web site lists
directions to the lodge from every direction. See:
huestonwoodsstateparklodge.com/directions-608.html. One critical
point, US Route 127 is used for the directions from the Cleveland and Toledo
areas, but is referred to in the directions incorrectly as OH 127.



(You'll note that this place is reached by driving on pleasant country roads
for the most part. This is no Interstate Interchange hotel complex! 8) )



There are 2 construction zones in the Oxford area that may give some pause,
but neither are really a problem.



U.S. Route 27 is CLOSED inside the city limits of Oxford for a major
reconstruction, which is a problem for semi-trucks. You'll see lots of
signs for detours on US 27 as you approach the Oxford area. The rest of us
can just use the in-town detour one block over on local streets. In any
case if you're approaching Oxford from the south the turn on to OH 732 to go
to the lodge is before the construction anyway.



Also OH 73 is reduced to one alternating lane 1 mile east of Oxford due to
bridge construction. This may delay some a few minutes if they
decide to go that route. Although OH 73 is not the most direct route to the
lodge from any direction it is the main access to the City of Oxford from
the east, and people stopping for lunch on their way in may encounter this
construction.
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