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Wolf Run State Park

16170 Wolf Run Rd, Caldwell, Ohio 43724 USA
(740) 732-5035
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  Average Rating:   (Based on 2 Reviews)  3.5out of 5

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Wolf Run State Park has 1 campground area.
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There are 2 reviews of Wolf Run State Park.
2 Star Rating   September 11th, 2019   Wolf Run State park is in great need of maintenance & updating.
Wolf Run St Pk has very shallow open unlevel sites, no privacy. Sites were clean. Cherry Trail was nice. Other trails were overgrown and ended abruptly, encountered ticks in the high grasses on the unmaintained lake trail. The outhouses are the worst I`ve seen in 50+ years of camping. No lids on toilets, no doors to outhouse & there seems to be absolutely no treatment of excrement in pits, therefore flies & bugs are unbearable. The smell extends far into the campground. Horrendous! There is a port-a-potty at the picnic ground that is a highly recommended alternative and well worth the drive.The Ohio State Parks pamphlet & Wolf Creek pamphlet indicate a Nature Center. I asked the woman in the park entrance booth & she said it was a brown building just up the road. When I told her I looked but couldn`t locate it, she then offered up that it is no longer open. I found the broken down building that was a bit larger than an outhouse, a disappointment as I go to parks with nature centers for my grand kids. When reserving a site on Reserve America there were many sites with no pictures or specs on shade & site length. That should have been a red flag. I gave a 2-star rating only because the lake is beautiful & I imagine excellent for boaters. I would not return to this campground.

5 Star Rating   June 13th, 2011
While some of the non-electric sites are small and mediocre, those between 20 and 30 are wonderful, large, secluded, and have great lake access. The only problem is that too many trees have been cleared from the sites. As such, shade is lacking and structures for shelter building are lacking.

At the same time, however, the park is beautiful. If you get the right site, it's a wonderful place for primitive(ish) tent camping. The staff are friendly and great and the park is one of the most beautiful we've stayed at in Ohio.
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