The Blue Rock Boondock spot is right next to our pole barn lean to which is situated on a gravel dead end lane and sits about 100 yards back from one of Ohio's scenic rivers. Enjoy a small fire in the designated area or use the lean to for shelter and relaxing. Electrical power is available at the pole barn but lean to lighting is controlled from inside the barn which likely may not be open. We are in a very rural area shared by both full and part time residents and have neighbors who, like us, appreciate the quiet setting.
No smoking on property.
Pets on leash is recommended due to close proximity to the lane and other neighborhood pets.
As you head down the gravel lane and find our pole barn take the second gravel turn in allowing you to swing around and back into the boondock spot adjacent to the lean to. Turning into the first one would be very tight as it is guarded by a utility pole.
Should you pass by Blue Rock Boondock heading down the lane there are a few driveways that could be used as a turnaround before the lane ends at the woods along the river.
Blue Rock Boondock is situated on a dead end gravel road. Our lane is dusty gravel and shared by other full and part time residents so please keep speed to under 15 MPH.
There is ample space to park in front of the pole barn lean to or in the gravel turn around area. Please try not to block the overhead doors.
We do a fair amount of travelling but feel free to reach out and see if we can accommodate you.
We are located along the Muskingum River Parkway featuring historical manually operated locks up and down the river. The Muskingum River Parkway and its 160-year-old navigation system were designated a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark by the American Society of Civil Engineers in July 2001. The Muskingum River's 10 hand-operated locks are now recognized as one of America's great engineering accomplishments.
Blue Rock State Park and Forest is just a few miles up the river. The state park encompasses 322 acres that are surrounded by the 4,573 acres of Blue Rock State Forest.
Visit Old Bridge Brewing Co. and several dining spots in McConnelsville, about 12 miles down the river.
Visit Zanesville's historic Y-Bridge and Artist Colony of Zanesville (http://www.artcoz.org/) about 15 miles upriver.
Zanesville is home to Weasel Boy Brewing Co, Y-Bridge Brewing Co. and many local dining spots.