We stayed here overnight in #7, the pull through. The sites are gravel pads with grass and well maintained. It is close to Hwy. 588, but was quiet at night. There are no restrooms or showers, but we didn't need them. There is a dump station across the street. I would suggest that you walk across and locate it before you take your rig over there just so you know where to go. We went through the Bob Evans museum at the farmhouse and it was interesting. They are doing construction at this time, and the restaurant was not open. It didn't say when it would open again so if you are planning on going anytime soon you might want to call and ask. If we were going to be in the area we would definitely stay here again.
We did not stay here but drove through the campground in our 37' 5th wheel. The road in was very windy. We made it OK but decided we probably wouldn't do it again. The sites seemed short for a larger rig. There is electric hookup, but the water is at spigots throughout the campground. Other than that it's a pretty campground, had some water access, had nice shady sites, and seemed quiet. I'm not sure what the nightly rate is because we didn't stay there.
This is a great campground! The sites are clean, level, large, covered with pea gravel, and have nice fire rings and cement picnic tables. All the staff and volunteers were very friendly and helpful. We had an excellent Verizon cell phone signal. We will definitely be going back!
We only spent one night but wished we had more time in this park and want to go back. The Mash Fork campground host was very nice and helpful, and suggested a short walk to the waterfall. Being late October we didn't make reservations and he marked which sites were available and let us choose which one we wanted. The sites are pretty level, and most all if not all of them would have accommodated our 36' 5th wheel. They save the 3 pull-through sites for RVs that pull in after dark. The park has miles of hiking trails, fishing, and a small playground. As others have said, it's only a mile from I-77 but you feel like you're miles away. We definitely want to go back!
There are 10 electric sites; 3 walk-in and 7 reservable. The walk-in sites are shaded, and the reservable sites are in a grassy area. We camped in late October and there were only two other trailers when we got here. We chose not to park under the trees because of all the falling leaves and not wanting to have to clean them off before we left. We were in a 36' 5'ver. We accidently came in the wrong way because leaves were covering the road, but it's probably a good thing because there is a tree that looked like the branches were hanging down close enough to hit the trailer. The dump station we didn't use because we couldn't maneuver next to the restroom. It looked like someone else had already taken off the corner of the restroom trying to use the dump station. The campground map showed a water spigot behind site #8, but it's actually behind site #10. We tried to hike down to the gorge, but the map that's on the brochure isn't very good, and there are no signs on the trails to point you in the right direction. We would not go back to this park.
This is a very beautiful and nice state park. Since it was late October there were very few other campers so it was very quiet. The sites were mostly level, although some of them were too small for our 36' 5th wheel. We didn't use the restrooms but did look at them and they seemed to be clean. In addition to the $17.34 a night there is a $5.00 park entrance fee. We wished we had more time to spend there. The only negative thing we found were ladybugs that showed up on the second night, camped out on our slides and invaded the trailer when we closed up. We were still trying to get rid of them six days later.