Mingo Trail is a 3.2 mile moderately 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 year-round.
The wooded Mingo Trail harbors a variety of wildlife and oak, beech and tulip trees. West of Shady Hollow Pavilion, the trail becomes quite rugged.
Great hike! Hilly. There was a sign where the north side of Minho trail crosses the road that says trail on the south side of the road is closed. However, many connecting trail options that are pretty well marked.
The inclines make for a nice workout. When you cross the road a second time, the trail is closed so we took the walking trail back. Still a pleasant hike for my puppy and me.
There were a lot of bugs and they were very aggressive and nasty today. Flew right into our mouths and eyes.
Too many bugs. Nice trail lots of hills
Very pretty trail with decent incline for the area. Not much by way of wildflowers, but you are surrounded by loads of beautiful green foliage and and an adorable chipmunk population scurrying about. Only downside was the fact that you have to cross a fairly busy road twice, and the waterfall is not so much of a "fall" as it is a two-foot drop.
Awesome day. Not to hot or to cool. First time hiking this trial. Some pretty good inclines that make for a good workout
Parked at wadsworth parking lot to start off sandrun rd. Followed green arrows. Not marked all the well for return trip look for parking lot below.
Nice. Hilly and slippery in mud.