Chuckery Trail is a 2.4 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Akron, Ohio that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Fun trail! But if you go in to winter (yes, it is open disputes what the description says) it is complete mud (understandably so). it is relatively flat with the exception of about two big hills!
Good trail, enjoyed the scenery
Good trail. Enjoyed the solitude
Trail is walking through grass the majority of the time. River was nice although the smell was awful like a sewage smell. The trail is littered with broken bottles
Great hike! Nice wooded path.
good hike, goes up a big hill, then has staircase down, start at Signal tree, off of Cuyahoga st.
well maintained and Awesome restrooms
Great trail with an easy start along the river leading to a challenging hill with a kicker before running atop a ridge line before descending down along the river to the finish. Fantastic change of scenery for a short loop.
Hiked this trail on 1-1-2013. Snow covered. The trail gives hikers a glimpse of the Indian Signal Tree, reportedly shaped by American Indians, before passing the Cuyahoga River, crossing the parkway and heading uphill; then it loops back to the start.
More open field than forest. A killer hill or two but open area than I prefer.