lakeside view

Timberline Cabins

Plenty of Activities

bigfoot in the woods
Ohio Bigfoot Conference 2024

Heading to the Annual Ohio Bigfoot Conference on May 4, 2024, at the Salt Fork Lodge and Conference Center in Cambridge, Ohio? Elevate your experience with a stay at Timberline Cabins, nestled in the scenic Salt Fork area!

Visit Ohio Big Foot Conference for more information.
golf ball on green

An 18 hole Championship Golf Course is located just inside the Park. Tee Times are recommended. More information concerning Salt Fork State Park golf activities can be found here. A golf driving range is just at the entrance of the Park.

Call 740-432-7185 for more information.
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Horseback Riding

We recommend Salt Fork Riding Stables:
17245 Cadiz Road, Lore City, Ohio, 43755

Call 740-630-7647 or visit Salt Fork Stables.
boating, boat

While Timberline Cabins does not rent boats, you can still enjoy boating on the stunning 3,000-acre Salt Fork Lake through nearby Sugartree and Salt Fork Marinas. These marinas, located just minutes from your cabin, offer pontoon boat rentals. We highly recommend making an advance reservation by calling 740-439-4009.

For your convenience, you may keep your boat at the marina docks, or if your boat is under 18’ (no pontoons), you can bring it back to your cabin area. If you're planning to fish, remember that a fishing license is required for Salt Fork Lake and can be obtained at Bait and tackle are available for purchase at the onsite marinas at Salt Fork State Park.

For a lake location map and additional details, visit Salt Fork State Park. Enjoy your stay and the wonderful outdoor adventures that await you!
kids driving boat
Fishing and Hunting

Hunters & Fisherman very welcome to the Cabins! Sizable populations of largemouth bass, crappies, bluegills, walleyes and muskellunge are present at Salt Fork Lake. Fishing is particularly good in the many embayment areas and along the artificial reef on the lake's north branch.

Hunting is permitted on designated areas. Check-in with park or wildlife officers for delineation of these areas. Cottontail rabbit, gray and fox squirrels, deer, grouse, quail, woodchuck, raccoon, mink, muskrat, beaver, wild turkey and waterfowl are abundant. For additional information an ODNR office is located near the main park entrance, visit the official State of Ohio ODNR web site or call 740-489-5021.
kid swimming

The 2,500-foot beach is one of the largest inland beaches in the state of Ohio. The modern bathhouse provides showers, lockers, toilets and a snack bar. Nearby, are indoor and outdoor swimming pools (small fee is required).
foot, hiking in snow in forrest

Approximately 14 trails have been created for both exercise and the enjoyment of the abundant plant and animal wild life in the region. Wheelchair accessible, hard-topped trails ensure hiking opportunities for all state park guests.