Expedition Team: Dave Miller, Rosie Miller Expedition Date: May 5 & 6, 2018
We camped at the state park campground and attended the Ohio Bigfoot Conference. But we were mainly there to try out our new travel trailer and to hike. It was Amish country as we talked to several Amish who were fishing, kayaking and playing in the park. One Amish man had modified his buggy to hold his kayak and fishing gear (Photo#2). The trails were nice and diverse. The state park has been the site for several Bigfoot sightings so I kept my camera handy as we hiked four trails.
The Morgan’s Knob Loop Trail, a one mile trail, was our favorite with both hilly, wooded and challenging terrain. We saw dozens of chipmunks and a few deer. The two mile Shadbush Trail was more hilly but shady.
The Hosaks Cave Trail also one mile, had a dangerous upper trail above a small waterfall and cave (Photo#6 & #7). Another trail lead us a rugged 1.8 mile loop to the Stone House Museum and the Kennedy House, early pioneers whose house built in 1837 from locally quarried stone overlooked Sugar Tree Fork. A strange lean-to made of tree branches and sticks looked like a Bigfoot cabin (Photo#9).