Salt Fork State Park


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Salt Fork State Park


Location:35 miles east of Zanesville, in the southeast corner of the state.
Facilities:212 campsites with electricity (é), 3 rent-a-camp units, group camp, horseman's camp, showers, flush toilets, 148-room lodge, 54 cottages, picnic areas (é), picnic shelters, restaurant, hiking trails (14 miles), bridle trails (36 miles), swimming beach, food concession, marina, boat ramps, boat rentals, fuel dock, 18-hole golf course, minature golf course, game courts, nature center.
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, golf, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, sledding, ice skating, ice fishing, ice boating, nature programs.
Special Features:Park features the Kennedy Stone House, built in 1837 from locally-quarried stone by an early resident. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and can be visited throughout the year.
Address:14755 Cadiz Rd
Lore City, OH 43755

Phone:740-439-3521
Web: www.ohiodnr.com/parks/parks/saltfork.htm
Size: 17,229 acres land; 2,952 acres water.

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Salt Fork State Park, located in Guernsey County, is the largest of these parks encompassing approximately 8167 ha of combined land and water holdings.
03:45 CRATERING OF ROADSIDE SOILS BY GEOPHAGOUS ACTIVITY OF WHITE-TAILED DEER, SALT FORK STATE PARK, GUERNSEY COUNTY, OHIO.
Geophagy, the active consumption of soil, by white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) has produced extensive cratering in roadside soils at several locations along paved roads in Salt Fork State Park in Guernsey County in eastern Ohio.