Photograph:Salt Fork State Park near Cambridge, Ohio, is named after the creek that runs through it. The park covers 21,000 acres (8,500 hectares) of recreational area for hiking, lodging, and fishing.
Welcome to Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Cambridge hotel in Cambridge, Ohio - centrally location just off the intersection of Interstate 70 and Interstate 77. Included in the room rate is free continental breakfast featuring hot waffles, free Wi-Fi Internet access, free parking for cars, fitness room, and HBO. The hotel also offers guest laundry facility, and microwave and refrigerator in every room.
The Armstrong covered bridge was built by Abraham Armstrong in 1949 making it one of the oldest surviving covered bridges in Ohio. It was moved from the Salt Fork area to the Cambridge City Park in 1966. Photo by Harold George, 1966.
Two earthworks or henges that are part of the North Forks Works, in Ross County, Ohio. 210 X pi = 660. Henges of this size are also found at Mounds State Park in Anderson, Indiana, Cambridge City, Indiana, Athens, Ohio and at North Fork.
Attendees of the 2013 Ohio Bigfoot Conference pause for a photograph at Morgans Knob Trail in Salt Fork State Park in Cambridge,Ohio The sky was slightly overcast with more blue than gray, and the temperatures hovered somewhere in the mid-sixties. Alan and I made our way from the Salt Fork Lodge and Conference Center lodge over to the Handicapped Picnic area at Salt Fork State Park.