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East Fork State Park, Bethel

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Reviews
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  • This is our 2nd time camping at East Fork. It is really quiet and the camp sites depending on where you are is really spacious and wooded. Some of Loop H (344)/(343) and surrounding area is really pea...  more »
  • Went to the " Beach " today . We saw lots of Kayaking, boats , swimming and fishing. This place is huge and there is plenty to do . The bathrooms were Not very clean . We didn't make it over to the bo...  more »
  • We love coming here for kayaking and paddleboarding. Great bird watching area, too. My husband has hiked the perimeter trail a few times staying overnight in the shelters that are provided. Great plac...  more »
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  • I've been going here ever since I can remember. Great beach, fun people and plenty of room to park. You can also ride horses and picnic or hike! Lots of funs for the whole family and all ages. You will very much have privacy here (except right on the beach of course), as most of this area is heavily wooded. Beautiful park!
  • Visited campground. Sites are close. Not enough toilets, showers for the amount of people in each loop. Playground nice for kids. Camp store ladies very nice, store is small but lot is large. No place for hammock camping on campsites but there is shade.
  • We went to East Fork lake to backpack for the night. The location close to Cincinnati is great for a quick getaway but we found the trails to be poorly marked and the provided map is be misleading and inaccurate. The shelters at the camps are nice for extra shelter especially with this weekend's forecast. We'd probably backpack here again because of how convenient the location is but on any weekend with a bet forecast or more time we'd go elsewhere.
  • Not a bad place for camping, make sure you check with park rangers on the safety of the water before you go swimming, sometimes the lake grows bad bacteria that can get you pretty sick. Its a decent campground, though it has its problems at time. Littering and the occasional weirdo lurking around doing drugs or whatever. Obviously use your common sense when being there. But its a nice campground to go to sometimes.
  • Great Place for all kinds of activities - canoe, boat, Fish and hike. Make sure your water craft has up to date license. There is a beach and several boat docks.