Pottersburg Bridge Trail is a 3.5 mile lightly trafficked trail located near North Lewisburg, OH that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, and birding. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Multi-use path to the village of North Lewisburg in Champaign County. The Pottersburg Bridge was built in 1868 by Reuben L. Partridge of Marysville, Ohio. Known also as the Upper Darby Bridge, this bridge originally spanned nearly 100 feet over the Big Darby Creek on North Lewisburg Road in Allen Township. This bridge was moved to its current location off of Inskeep-Cratty Road in 2006, where it was renovated as a part of a multi-use path to the village of North Lewisburg in Champaign County. This bridge was replaced by the new North Lewisburg Road Covered Bridge.
We took our dog on a short walk and came on the trail near the park in North Lewisburg. We couldn't make it to the covered bridge because of a thunderstorm but we plan on coming back and finishing it. Really nice trail.
Trail is easy and very well maintained
Good for biking not so much sight seeing
I love the name. I Live in North Lewisburg and take this trail often. This trail is all paved, This bridge was moved from about 3/4 a mile away. This path has great parking at the other end than shown, in North Lewisburg. Bridge end is on Inskeep Cratty Rd (off of State Rt 245) and the other in is on East St in North Lewisburg, There is also geocashing on this trail. Clues on Geocashing.com.
This is one of my favorite parks in the area.