Here is a report on this place.
Me and the wife went on Friday for a day trip to Big Rock. The parking lot is big with some gravel. The camp ground is part of the parking area. They have five sites with electric only 50amp,30amp and two 110 outlets at each. Other wise just park near the tree line. There is no shade except for the tree line. The lady in the office said you can share hook ups. The showers are $1.50 to use. The bathrooms are decent. and there is a snack shack as well. There is also a rock garden in the parking area near the camp spots made out of buried earth mover tires. They did not provide a map but you can download one from their web site, but all the trails seem to run off of and return to the main trail J. Some of the trails are one way only due to the trail being narrow or having some steep hill climb or technically difficult section. The trails marked with yellow markers with black strips indicates there is a rough or extreme section on that trail somewhere. The park uses the power plant in the distance as a reference. If you get lost go to a high ridge and locate the smoke stacks. Behind you to your left takes you back. On your right takes you deeper into the park. The trails are a mix of everything from gravel roads
to rocky loose stuff
to creek bottoms
. There is some extreme straight up
hill trails that i didn't try
That im sure some of you would try
. We did encouter a group of jeeps on the looptrail but it was wide enough to pass. However not on the side trails. Some of the trails are hidden by the tall grass. So if you see the grass run down go explore. We found a few nice trails by doing this, that we would have missed. The trails do appear to get groomed from time to time but others look like there left to nature to take care of. All and all it would be a good day trip or weekend ride. They have something for everyone. The cost is pretty reasonable too. $20.00 for drivers and $10.00 for passengers the first day and $10.00 each for each additional day. As a side note. On Rt9 their are plenty of resturants and fuel stations close by. Those of you going their from Ohio. Take the newer suspension bridge (68/62) across to The AA highway(RT 68/62/9) then to KY 3313. Our GPS took us across the older suspension Bridge and it is a very narrow two lanes, makes things interesting with a trailer when you meet up with an on coming vehicle that is just as wide
Missed them by That much!