Difficult to find but checked ODNR website for directions.. looked sketchy but turned out to be a decent trail. Primitive with some boardwalks. Be sure to wear bug spray with DEET; there are ticks in the area.

I have tried to find this trail and so far no such luck. There is a sign but it seems to lead to what looks like someone's driveway. The gps takes you to the other side of the street where the train tracks are. I've even asked a person walking their dog near the path signage and they seemed to be unaware of the trails existence. Will check back to see if anyone else has found the start of the trail and where to park.

One of Ohio's many Nature Conservancy sites... Boardwalk only goes so far then begins a dirt trail that winds up in and through the woods. Great birding-botany hike. As with all NC sites the trail is left "natural" so wear pants, long sleeves and watch where you step. One of Ohio's many Nature Conservancy sites... Boardwalk only goes so far then begins a dirt trail that winds up in and through the woods. Great birding-botany hike, quiet and away from traffic/people/industry sounds. As with all NC sites, the trail is left "natural" so wear pants, long sleeves and watch where you step.