Rocky Fork Ranch Resort

(5) Reviews

74978 Broadhead Road, Kimbolton, OH, 43749

Rocky Fork Ranch Resort is located on 850 wooded acres near Kimbolton, Ohio. It features 255 full or partial hookup campsites that are big rig friendly for vehicles of up to 40 feet. Many of them accommodate slide out RVs. The park provides free WiFi, allows pets, and has a dump station.


Amenities & Activities

Campsite amenities offered include a clubhouse, a fitness center, an indoor pool, an adult lounge, a game room, a pavilion, an animal farm, a nature center, picnic tables, fire circles, and grills. It also includes basic amenities like restrooms with hot showers and laundry facilities. Visitors can also enjoy activities such as basketball, paintball, hiking, hunting, fishing, kayaking, and canoeing.



The campground is near attractions like:

  • Cedar Point
  • Georgetown Vineyards 
  • Dickens Victorian Village 
  • Salt Fork State Park 

Last Updated: 10/02/2021

74978 Broadhead Road, Kimbolton, OH, 43749
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Overall Rating: 1.8

Lorena Pattison

Took my travel trailer and rented a cabin for my son and his family. What a disgusting place to stay. Cabin had not been cleaned in what seemed like years! Roaches and stink bugs and pulled out the couch for the kids to sleep on and I never saw so many mouse droppings. To think that you would want your members to see this and think it was okay was beyond unbelievable. My son had to go to a hotel because we couldn’t even get someone to respond to our phone calls. Embarrassing and disappointed in my membership. And they always want to sell you more. WOW

Mad customer

I own a timeshare here like the idiot I am. This place sucks. I camp in cabins and like the lady before said. The cabins they show you and the ones that are available are ALOT different. The 10 really nice cabins up top you have to buy a extra membership just to rent. It usually cost me $200 for 2 nights here in a dirty outdated cabin plus you have to rent sheets for $22. Then add in that new management took over they took away every reason why I bought a membership. They had a poker room, petting zoo, a restraint, they took away the store on the hill, most of the food from the other store still there. They used to have bands and dances, car shows, hog roasts, so much to do. They took all of it away. Now they have butterfly weekend, Insect weekend, nature weekend. What the hell happened to the awesome place I paid for. Now its a Christian campground. Which is fine but what happened to the fun. So why would anyone pay $12,000 to buy a timeshare and $200 plus per weekend to stay here. When you can get 10 times a nicer cabin, by itself and save money. This palce sucks. Read the reviews you will see. They do not do any updates. None of the a/c works , decks are falling in and rotting, no maintance whatsoever, they had issues with bedbugs. Poorly managed and operated.

Roger Dunn

We are members of Travel Resorts, Rocky Fork Ranch is where we purchased our membership. We enjoy camping but most campsites are not full hookups. A lot of sites are on steep hills and we haven't been able to open our awnings or put rugs out. We have incurred damage to our TT. two times while trying to back into the space on a hill. 90 percent of the employees are wonderful people who are very helpful. I recently found out what the other 10 percent are like. They will lie and say anything to sale you a membership. The large book that describes all the benefits is nothing like the real contract. They laugh at you if you mention the book, if you don't have anything but a one page contract the company doesn't honor anything their employees tell you. Buyers beware!!

Wayne Mercier

We were shown the models for the cabins when we camped there recently. They were very clean and nice. They had flat screen tv's and nice amenities. We were given a 4 night stay in a cabin to do the tour /sales meeting. We loaded up our vehicle, took vacation time from work and headed out. Once we arrived we were given keys to a cabin. When we walked in there was no tv, it was dirty and completely outdated. It was more or less a shed with no tv. The bed was so old and dilapidated that I wouldn't dream of putting my sheets on it. We complained to the office about it, they searched for one with a tv. They said the only one they had was in the next cabin they gave us keys to. We walked in and were overwhelmed by the smell. It was a pet cabin and smelled like it. The tv was an old tube tv and everything else was the same as the previous cabin. So we have 4 days of food and supplies packed in our vehicle and had to go to another campground and spend hundreds of dollars to have a decent place to stay. We agree with others on here, it seems to be a scam to get you to buy into the place. You've been warned, we would not recommend this place to anyone wanting a cabin to stay in and wanting to take the tour. Very disappointed :( we feel the ranch should reimburse us for our inconvenience. How could you expect to impress anyone to join when you assign them to a place like they gave us?

Edgar L. Russell

Stayed here and used our Coast points so was a good value. Sites are not level lots of trees to maneuver around, 2 separate camping areas on top of different steep hills. Has a large indoor pool and hot tub, but hot tub jets where not the best. Also outdoor pool, miniature golf but was not open on Wednesday & Thursday's. Lake down another road with shooting range, bow shooting and driving range.Lots of activities if you don't mind driving to them. Our water and electric hook up was about 50 ft from our camper, they do lend out extentions though. Camped in a fifth wheel and would not return. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group