We broke our own cardinal rule, don’t travel unfamiliar roads at night. We were blessed as the journey to the park was uneventful, but we missed some wonderful countryside. Upon arrival at Rocky Fork we realized even with a map it took 40 minutes to find our site. This was not so much due to the darkness as it was to the poor road and site markings. The camp grounds we stayed in was nearly full and had every conceivable form of camping from tents to full size motor coaches. There were a few that appeared to have been here for sometime and that doesn’t bother us other than their site wasn’t getting yard of the month.The surrounding campers were very friendly and eager to share more local attractions. For us south Louisiana Cajuns the mild weather was a blessing, coolest night was in the 50’s 😎. We are fast becoming eastern Ohio fans. We plan on two more Ohio park stops as we move northerly. Stay tuned to the adventures of the Lost Cajuns.
If your here with your family and love water parks and money is no object get here a day early to get full advantage of the weekend. We got ripped off by buying a season pass for a day and a half. It’s a great deal stated the person at the check in. For the price of admission for two you’ll get a season pass that get both of you full access to the water park and tree top adventure park…..NOT! We paid $50+ to float in the lazy river. No one wore a mask and if we didn’t ask for our social distance we didn’t get it. The life guards were not any help whatsoever. As for the camp grounds yes they have lake side sites that cost additional but no access to the lake unless you are renting something. You may enjoy the ducks and geese but the raccoon or possum population and their scat added a memory to our carpet that my last a while. No we won’t return and passed on other sites thinking that this was the spot. Live and Learn. Lost Cajuns moving on.