Western Reserve Greenway Trail is a 40.3 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Warren, Ohio that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
This is a beautiful trail for bike riding. We passed a couple hikers but it is really too long for walking.
Beautiful ride in nice October weather. The obsevation deck was awsome.
Several years ago a friend and I decided we were going to walk this entire trail in one day. We set out early and covered the first 25 miles in 9 hours before we became too sore to continue on. Three years later, unsatisfied that we never finished the trail, we set out on bike from the same point we stopped and rode the last 18 miles. We had to ride back of course because that's where the truck was parked, but all in all it was a gorgeous trail from start to finish. We made both trips in October so it was even more beautiful with all the Autumn colors.
This trail is awesome it's so flat and very nice for a beginner rider
One of my favorite rides. It is about 50 miles from the Champion, Ohio trailhead to Lake Erie in Ashtabula, Ohio on this paved rails to trails trek. Plan your trip wisely and you can stop at a winery in Ashtabula!
One of the nicest trails in N.E. Ohio. Great for any skill level with a smooth paved surface. The Trumbull county section is mostly shaded and passes through the Mosquito Creek nature preserve with an observation deck over a beautiful wetland area. Traffic is low compared to the Tow Path in CVNP, it's well worth the drive!