Cedarville State Forest Campground Professional Review and Guide
"Spring is a fantastic time to come here, as the wildflowers that dot the swamplands explode in color. An abundance of wildlife thrives in the managed forest, while the swamp waters attract loads of beaver and birds.
Diamondback terrapins, a state mascot, live within the swamp areas and its tributaries. Bald eagles also nest here. With 19 miles of trails in the forest, a hiker can cover them all in a few days and take in the forest’s wonderful ecological treasures. If all the forest and swampland isn’t enough, there’s also the four-acre Cedarville Pond, stocked with bass, bluegill, catfish, and sunfish."