Been going to Eastfork since the early ‘80s. A very nice state park with a nice lake. Lake is not visible from campsites but a boat ramp is in the camp. No swimming from campground. Camp sites are large and vary in terrain. All are back in and include electric and a picnic table and fire ring. Bath house are all recently rebuilt and very attractive and nice inside. Kids are happy with the basic playground but have the most fun riding bikes. Sadly no side walk along the main road throughout the camp means children, families and the occasional horse back riders are all right in the road. Nice well stocked store and attendant will get you paid up or can be done on line. Sadly this big park has no Lodge or pool which would add to the fun.
June 5, 2018 - reviewed by Shawn
Camped at east fork many times. Have everything you would need and more. Web site pics don’t do just. Stayed at site D99. Great for both tent and camper.
November 8, 2017 - reviewed by Larry
We were there there one night then two tent campers came in and they were dead beats. We were in B loop. DON'T STAY IN B LOOP!!! That's were all the DEAD BEATS stop at!!!
August 13, 2017 - reviewed by Rebecca
We stayed for only one night and was our first time camping with a travel trailer. The lots were nice and level for the camper. There was space behind the camper that was sloped. We didn't make reservations but they have 3 or 4 loops that are non reservable which was a nice.
May 4, 2017 - reviewed by Bonnie
The campground and campsites are very nice. It's well kept. Please check to be sure you are headed to the campground if you are unfamiliar with the park. The park is very large and encompasses a lake.
April 8, 2017 - reviewed by Bill Burns
Good Campground, Really Nice Lake
Campground is nice, level paved sites, sites are a little swampy in the spring. Bathrooms and showers are fairly clean and modern. Staff is friendly. If towing, Check out the route before coming, Google maps really likes the one lane curvy roads around here.
September 22, 2016 - reviewed by Ron Sundman
AKA Kamper Kritter
Great Ohio State Park
Paved level sites. Clean and well maintained.