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Beechtree Lakeview Loop

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#1 von 2 Wegen in

Beechtree Lakeview Loop ist ein 3.7 Meilen langer, wenig besuchter Rundweg in der Nähe von Goshen, Ohio. Er führt durch schönen Wald. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke für alle Leistungsniveaus geeignet. Hier kann hervorragend gewandert, spaziert und gejoggt werden. Die Route ist das ganze Jahr über zugänglich. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 3.7 miles Höhenunterschied: 52 feet Routentyp: Rundweg

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This is a very easy wooded hike without much scenery other than the woods.

wandern
3 months ago

Sad trail... poorly kept.. what a shame...

wandern
4 months ago

This trail is basically a down and back from one parking area to another with roadway in between. Poorly marked and confusing as it crosses and uses roads to link sections. But I enjoyed the hike with my dogs. There was lots of width in most all places and it is evident that a tractor bushogs it on occasion. If you start at the maintainance building area parking lot you cross the road to the trail head, walk straight ahead past the buildings, and the the trail being car road wide is pretty evident. The path by the pond has swampy black mud but is easy to cross in dryer weather. The water tower seems to rise from the forest announced but is really at the end of an over grown maintenance road that is closed off. Past the gate you cross the road. The trail is hidden behind the rise on the other side. Once you are at the lake keep the lake to your right and follow the main road to get back to your car. This is a good trail to use to make a good casual day of fishing and picnicking as it joins up with many lake access points and picnic areas. But for a nature lover it falls flat.

wandern
käfer
4 months ago

Beechtree loop is very pretty. The initial confusion was that the trail head is across the street from the parking. The first 40 feet are the edge of a park behind a service building. There’s a random water tower halfway through the trail. There’s a couple of muddy spots, tons of shade. And lots of bugs but only in a few areas near water. I attempted to merge it with another trail and got backwards. Overall it was fun and I got about 4 miles in by making it a loop.

wandern
Sat Jul 28 2018

These trails are horrible. Very overgrown, not well trafficed areas. We gave up on this trail and tried to find another but we gave up. Very dissapointing, we will not be returning.

wandern
Sat Sep 16 2017

We had a nice walk. We did come up on the flooded pond and had to go around. Some of the trails haven't been walked in awhile and weren't easy to find. Lots of spiderwebs too, so grab a stick early!

wandern
Sun Mar 19 2017

The location of this trail on All Trails is wrong. The trail head is located at 39.216236, -84.077444.. It is on the entrance drive into the park, near the maintenance buildings. The trail is very easy flat and wide. Not at all hard to follow and no trial markings are really needed. However, a near by farm pond has completely flooded part of the trail area. And being very flat terrain the area does not drain well and the trail can be very muddy. Also the Asian long horn beetle and Emerald Ash Borer have taken their toll on the the trees. You will have to deal with down fallen trees. Finally you should note that this area is part of the public hunting area, thus, during hunting seasons, orange or other announcing colors should be worn. Finally this is an excellent loop trail when combined with the lake view trail and some road hiking..

Sat Jan 21 2017

Yes

wandern
Mon Mar 17 2014

This trail is very flat, very muddy and very poorly marked. At one point there was a clear fork in the trail and no clear indication of which direction to go. Their were hundreds of frogs in the area and that was cool to see. We got frustrated with the conditions and lack of markings around half way and at the water tower took the access road to the Southwoods trails.

wandern
Thu Nov 08 2012

This is a very easy (NO HILLS) wooded trail without much scenery, but still a nice hike if you are looking for something quick and close to home. If you stick solely to the Beechtree trail it is a 3 mile out-and-back (1.5 miles one-way) trail; but, by combining this with the 1 mile Lakeview trail and a .5 mile juant along the park roads you can make this a 3 mile loop. Adding the Lakeview trail also adds tremendously to the scenery! The Beechtree trail can be very muddy in places as the terrain is flat with poor drainage.

wandern
Thu Sep 02 2010

The Beechtree Trail is located in Stonelick State Park. It is a moderate trail that is approximatively 1.5 miles. This trail remains very wet after a rain due to poor drainage. It is easily lost under fall foliage and winter snow.

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Fri Aug 17 2018

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