Midwest Living Review
Ohio's largest state park, Salt Fork covers more than 20,000 picturesque acres of forests, meadows and water. For campers seeking peace, quiet, privacy and isolation, it doesn’t get much better than this.
Some buildings need a little maintenance, but the Salt Fork campsites are well cared for and the staff is friendly and helpful. In addition to the 212 electric RV sites (starting at $20), there are 22 primitive campsites and several fully equipped cottages with cable TV, air-conditioning and supplied linens (from $160). Three heated showerhouses make cleaning up convenient, and each RV area has a comfort station.
There’s also an abundance of amenities and activities: hiking, boating, fishing, swimming, golfing and horseback riding—even a dog park. In addition, everything at the on-site Salt Fork State Park Lodge is accessible to campers, including the Timbers Restaurant and Wildlife Lounge, indoor and outdoor pools, tennis courts, sand volleyball, playgrounds, game room, horseshoes, shuffleboard and an activity center for the kids.