Adams Lake Trails is a 2.5 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near West Union, Ohio that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from January until January. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
There are two possible trails here. One that is commonly used by walkers for exercise and the other is a shorter path with stairs and the potential for mud, if wet out. There is a small playground, many picnic tables, and fishing is possible. This is a very small State Park. It has 2 trails. One trail is paved and would be wheelchair accessible. One smaller trail is not wheelchair accessible. This smaller loop trail is in a scenic nature preserve portion of the park.
This was a nice park-like atmosphere with a paved, .6 mile point-to-point trail and two loops. The loops are short and well-marked. We walked all the trails at least twice to make a total of four miles walked. The foot bridges had non-skid material to prevent slipping in wet weather. There is a playground, shelter, and lots of benches and picnic tables. Fishing is allowed there, as well. There were a lot of people there on the 50+ degree day.
This is a short, fairly easy hike. One loop requires uphill / downhill walking around a nature preserve. There are markers around the walk with information about flowers and animals. The other trail is paved and is fine for bikes and scooters, which my kids used. There is a geocache on the grounds if you are interested in caching.