Make sure you get a reservation at the kiosk by the ranger station in the forest. Do not go to the state park as that is completely different. For the forest office I go to Co Rd 939, Perrysville, OH 44864
Do not camp illegally or without a reservation. They do post signs and ask other campers to report the illegal camping.
The sunset photo is by the entrance of the parking lot to the campsite. This is the 2nd easiest campsite to walk into out of the 10. If you have any mobility issues this is the second best camp site to go to as most of it is along the wide access road and mountain bike trail. The parking lot was clean and easy to access.
I had limited cell phone signal while here but this had the best signal out of the 10 sites.
All of the Park and Pack camp sites do not have a bathroom. As you can see from this site I took the time to take a picture of the moon pole. So do leave no trace of your bathroom habits.
This site was great for both hammocks and tents. You could have a small group here and not feel crowded. The camp fire set up is awesome. We had another camper over by that spot so I didn't take pictures of his gear. He had a hammock and tent set up. He was camping at the spot for a week for his vacation. On our last night at this site another backpacker came through and set up. Make sure you get a reservation and look closely at the board at the kiosk. Our main camper at this site was gracious as he had booked the site for the week most folks didn't realize the site was taken as his name was so far up the clipboard. We weren't alone in not realizing that and he enjoyed the brief company we provided as good neighbors to each other.