East Fork State Park

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East Fork State Park

Location:30 miles east of Cincinnati, in the southwest corner of the state.
Facilities:399 campsites with electricity, 4 cabins, showers, flush toilets, horseman's camp, picnic areas, picnic shelters, hiking trails (85 miles), bridle trails (55 miles), bike trails (5 miles), swimming beach, 6 boat ramps, game courts, playground, miniature golf, bike rentals.
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, horseback riding, hunting (nearby), mountain biking, sledding, ice skating, ice fishing.
Special Features:Not far from the present park office, the "Old Bethel Church" dates from 1867. It occupies the site of a log church built around 1807. Some of the hand-hewn timbers secured with wooden pegs and hand-forged nails used to construct the church are still present in the existing church.
Address:3294 Elklick Rd
Bethel, OH 45106

Web: www.ohiodnr.com/parks/parks/eastfork.htm
Size: 3,294 acres land; 2,160 acres water.

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