We visited the week after Labor Day when all the activities shut down and the campground was pretty deserted, so it was very quiet. Very very clean campground. Nice woodsy sites, shady, full hookup with cable. They have nice little camper cabins, and an area of "pull-throughs" up on the hill, those sites were very close together and sunny, which would be fine if you were just overnight, but not for extended stay. The shady, woodsy area we stayed in, was really nice. Nice looking pool and usually lots of activities for your kids. Mill Run is a blink-&-you-miss-it town, there is a little general store across from the campground, but generally take your provisions with you when you go. We visited Fallingwater, OhioPyle, and the United 93 memorial site & chapel while we stayed there, I highly recommend all three ! OhioPyle has some beautiful hiking.
Good visit to the full hookup lake view section of the campground. Mostly all sunny sites, very few trees to provide any shade, and it appears more sites are being prepared for 2008 opening. Beautiful sunrise over the lake. Good fishing, Ohio license required. Paddleboat rental at the camp store, and pontoon rental available at the marina. Rocky Fork SP has several different areas, a pleasant driving tour is suggested. Good State Routes leading into campground, not difficult to get into. Our site was described as "slight slope" but we had no trouble getting level at all. Drove through the other sections of the campground; some shady spots, some not. There are some full hookup in that area also, most sites are electric only; sites not as spacious as down by the lake. Camp store people very pleasant and helpful. Note- Verizon cell service is spotty/ non-existent in this area, pay phone provided near camp store, and park has emergency numbers if someone needs to find you ! Did not use restrooms, but most areas of the campground appeared very clean !