Hune Bridge Campground Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"The three campsites here lie just across the Hune Covered Bridge, so it’s very much unlike what you’ll find in most campgrounds. It’s quite charming. Situated in shady woods, it’s got an old-timey feel, like the kind of place you might have stopped on the way home when piloting your horse-drawn wagon. It’s easy to just pull out a lawnchair or blanket and set up on the riverbank and spend some lazy time taking in the view. When you’re ready for a little more action, you can jump on the Muskingum River here; the campground is also a canoe access point. You can hike to Haught Run of the North Country National Scenic Trail. There’s also a chance to learn a little history. There are two interpretive panels, one explaining the history of the covered bridge and one discussing the history of the oil and gas industry locally. In the campground area is a large oil tank with lines running out into the forest, so people can view how the oil is collected from wells in the woods."