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Tar Hollow State Park, Laurelville

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TripAdvisor
  • went there to look at the camping spots, appears to be spread out and really nice looking spots. the lake looked nice and the beach and playground looked good.  more »
  • Every year our family has a weekend camp. The park is perfect for all ages to come together for good food, fellowship, playing in the creeks, taking out paddle boats, playing horseshoes and relaxing b...  more »
  • We intended to go to Hocking Hills State Park and got lost. So we ended up at Tar Hollow. On a late October day it could not have been more beautiful. We took a leisurely walk along the lake which pro...  more »
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  • As close as this is to Chillicothe (which really isn't that close), Tar Hollow is truly a hidden gem. I love the solitude of it, especially on the North Ridge campground. It's definitely a place worth checking out.
  • Opportunity for quiet camping. Not crowded in late November, but Friday night hunting crowd can be noisy, especially when drinking (even though the law says no alcohol).
  • One of the nicest areas just to take a drive would be Tar Hollow State Forest, which we visited in the fall—highly recommended. Sweeping vistas. There's a pretty reservoir, Pine Lake, with swimming and paddleboats. In the middle of the forest is a giant fire tower that it is possible to climb, although it seemed somewhat rickety and lacking in railings for our two young boys, so we didn't attempt it. While there we were absolutely swarmed by ladybugs.
  • Very nice place so beautiful
  • Beautiful remote area with lots to do must see.