Salt Fork Lodge and Conference Center

Salt Fork Lodge and Conference Center features 148 guestrooms and 53 cottages and is nestled along the water's edge of Salt Fork Lake in Lore City, Ohio. This is a very remote location with no public transportation into town, so we will provide town trips to Cambridge, Ohio each week and periodic trips to the beach at Salt Fork Lake. In past seasons, we have arranged a group trip to Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, OH, Columbus, OH, and Pittsburgh, PA!


This is a great location for students who love the nature and hiking as Salt Fork State Park offers 14 miles of outdoor hiking trails. Periodically throughout the summer, this employer will take students to the beach on Salt Fork Lake, Ohio's largest inland beach which offers swimming, fishing and boat rentals. Students will have limited access to the indoor pool and fitness center depending on business levels. *Please understand that this is not a city setting or lifestyle location. This location is best suited for students who enjoy nature and the outdoors. You are in a great area to be able to travel around to other cities, but the location is NOT in a city and will need planning and transportation to get there. This is a nature lover’s dream job!



·         Great wages!

·         We provide on-site housing and 2 meals per day for $84.70/wk!

·         FREE Wifi available!

·         Enjoy 30% OFF in the gift shop and 20% OFF in the on-site restaurant!

·         Employer pays for Lifeguard’s Red Cross certification course!

Did you know…?

·         Salt Fork State Park contains 17,229 acres (6,972 ha) of land and 2,952 acres (1,195 ha) of water. It is the largest state park in Ohio.

·         The Golf Course at salt Fork State Park offers golfers special challenges and rewards. It has earned a 4-Star rating in Golf Digest’s Places to Play!

·         Columbus is the state capital and Ohio's largest city.

·         Cleveland is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

·         Seven United States presidents were born in Ohio. They are Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, James A. Garfield, Benjamin Harrison, William McKinley, William H. Taft, and Warren G. Harding.

What is the weather like in Ohio?


Ohio has a generally temperate climate meaning winters are cold and summers mild. The average temperature in the south is 53°F (12°C), the normal maximum 63°F (17°C), and the normal minimum 43°F (6°C). The record low temperature for the state is –39°F (–39°C), set at Milligan on 10 February 1899. The record high is 113°F (45°C), registered near Gallipolis on 21 July 1934. For more information about the weather in Ohio, please visit


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How to Get There

Students should communicate their travel plans to their employer at least 2 weeks prior to arrival. It is recommended that students arrive into the airport Monday-Friday no later than 6:00pm to Columbus International Airport (CMH) in Columbus, Ohio. From the airport, students will take a bus into Cambridge, Ohio. The Employer will pick you up from the bus stop in Cambridge, Ohio Monday-Friday ONLY no later than 6:00pm.  Please visit for busses from the airport to Cambridge.


If students arrive after 9:00pm, they must make arrangements to stay in a hotel near the airport. We recommend accommodations at the Days Inn, which offers reasonable rates and a FREE shuttle from the airport to the hotel, located at 750 Stelzer Road, Columbus, OH 43219. Rates start from $79.00 per night per room.