Ohio’s largest state park, 17,000 arcres, is home to five separate bridle trails that wind through the forested hills, ravines and open meadows adjacent to Salt Fork Lake. The trails are primitive, single-track on natural surfaces including rock Some steep or long climbs with many shallow water crossings. The horseman’s camp is a large grassy area with many shaded primitive campsites. There are high lines, stock water, restrooms, picnic tables and a pavillion. Because of the popularity of this park, check on park websites to see if you need a reservation for camping, particularly on weekends and holidays.
Trail rating: moderate to challenging