Log of our fifth trip of 1996

Salt Fork State Park

Cambridge, Ohio

May 17-19, 1996


Mileage Start 77,xxx --  Home 77,685




Dad 21
Kelly Berger 7

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Poor lonely Dad!

I never really explored Salt Fork.  We started camping here but didn't have a car.

It's huge!

The place has the magic of Algonquin.  We camped on F2 and took the Beach Point Trail.  Although wet from the past heavy rains, it wasn't too bad.  That trail had the Algonquin quiet.  Road #1 looks like Route 60.  There are backcountry roads (50, 51, 52, etc.) that look like Algonquin roads.  There are miles and miles of trails.  A sign on the camp office says you can use the lodge pool for $1 per kid and $2 per adult.  They also want you to register.

F17 - next to H2O and front

F50 - front

F2 - front

Great sites by water -- F11, F12, F32, F15

OK sites -- F16, 18, any F19 loop, F46, 40, 65

Winter sites:  A 12, 16, 22, 23, 25, 32

Did the Beach Loop Point and Hosaks Cave Trails.

The roads are GREAT for walking!

For up-to-date park maps and information, check the Ohio State Park website

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