AAA Inspector Notes
This stone-and-timber lodge is located in a 17,000-acre state park. Rooms have average free floor space and some updated décor, including puffy beds and painted frame walls. Most rooms have balconies. Salt Fork is a large, man-made lake nestled into the forested hollows of a 17,000-acre state park set in the hills of southeastern Ohio. Visitors will find plenty of engaging recreational opportunities here throughout the year, but the park is at its scenic best in October when the onset of autumn turns the oaks to scarlet and the hickories to vivid yellow. The lodge's public areas are capacious and equipped with attractive rustic furnishings. The lobby has a great stone-and-copper fireplace, a loft ceiling and murals depicting historic scenes such as flatboat traffic on the Ohio River and travelers on the old National Road.
Did not meet all AAA rating requirements for locking devices in some guest rooms at time of last evaluation on 06/28/2017. Facilities, services, and décor characterize a mid-scale property.