Camping and Cabin Rentals in Pike County
Big Rock Cabins - Ohio's Premier Couples Getaway
4348 Big Run Road, Beaver
Charming cabins are nestled beside legendary Big Rock, a 200 foot tall historic landmark near Beaver, Ohio. Cabin guests also have exclusive use of the Big Rock property and trail system. Well-marked trails lead to Old Raridan's Lair and to the breathtaking views atop Big Rock, Turkey Rock and Prophet Peak.
Reservations: (740) 988-5120
Knotty Pine Cabins
398 Pike Lake Road, Bainbridge
Located less than a mile from Pike Lake State Park. The Retreat Lodge sleeps six adults. Two smaller cabins are also available. A camper lot may be rented separately. Groups may also "Rent the Retreat". Pets need to be on a leash and also will need to be in kennel when left alone in cabins.
2483 Greenbriar Road, Bainbridge
Located three miles from Pike Lake State Park in the western part of Pike County.
60 lots with electric, water and sewer hookup, several with year-round water. Specialize in yearly campers. Camping is available all year. Shooting range is available for our campers only, and we are surrounded by 12,000 acres of public hunting.
(740) 493-3713; cell (740) 222-268
Long's Family Resort
50 Bell Hollow Road, Latham
Laundromat, new restroom facilities, and picnic areas with shelter houses to go along with the many cabins and camping facilities on site.
Pike Lake Forest and State Park
1847 Pike Lake Road, Bainbridge
Covering 11,961 acres in Pike and Highland Counties, this forest is home to Pike Lake State Park, It provides 33 miles of bridle trails and 15 miles of all-purpose vehicle trails for those who want to get into the heart of the forest. Pike Lake State Park offers, camping, cottages, fishing and hunting, swimming, boating, picnicking, and hiking.
Located in the far western section of Pike County
(740) 493-2212 Park Office; (866) 644-6727 Camping & Cottage Reservations
Pine Ridge Retreat
4725 Greenbriar Road, Bainbridge
(740) 493-4400 or (937) 205-7877
Backwoods lodging with modern comforts adjoining Pike State Forest and Pike Lake State Park. Only minutes from Seven Caves Nature preserve, Magic Waters Amphitheatre, and many other attractions including JRís General Store, the Country Crust Bakery, and Crafts Unlimited Dutch Kitchen. There are approximately 12,000 acres of state forest to explore with bird watching, photo opportunities galore, collecting berries and searching for the Morel mushrooms in spring. Flowering redbud and dogwood trees offer spectacular displays of color while giving shade to the wildflowers that blanket the forest floor. Cabins have gas fireplaces for use on chilly nights and mornings.
3.5 miles South of Piketon on US Rt. 23.
Rockwater is a small campground that offers many conveniences from location to full site hook-ups. Shower House/Concession, swimming and fishing on an 8-acre lake. Camp sites have water, electric and sewer. Each electric pedestal is capable of 20/30/50 amp RV or camper hook-up.
Hours of operation 9 a.m.-10 p.m. Memorial Day - Labor Day.
Prices: Permannet Site: $1450 per year (camper must pay electric); monthly $260 (camper must pay electric); weekly $150; daily $30; daily (holiday) $35.
Deposit fee due at reservation for yearly and monthly sites.
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