Martin State Forest was established in 1932 to restore eroding, abandoned farmland and heavily cut-over woodland. It’s now a healthy forest with three fishing ponds, picnic areas, and a 26-site, primitive campground with vault toilets and potable water. The campsites have fire rings and picnic tables.
None of the sites are designated as accessible but site 8 has a paved parking pad and sites 22 and 25 have large, fairly level gravel parking pads. Two of the vault toilets are accessible.