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great trail, better take a snack it's an all day trail.

walking
11 days ago

Super easy, peaceful, and kind people everywhere. Can get very busy on nice days.

Really wonderful trail. Did it right after some major flooding in the area so the last 1.5 miles was in ankle deep mud but it was still a blast. Can’t wait to do it again without the mud.

hiking
21 days ago

Trails could be labeled more clearly.
Walking along the water is always great.
We all enjoyed the blue skies and mild weather.
Clean trails, not over crowded.

We did the entire perimeter loop for 12.8 miles. There were really good stretches of this hike but the two sections where you have to walk on the road to get around the lake were kind of a bummer. Not at all strenuous, beyond just a longer distance. I enjoyed it but there are much better day hikes elsewhere and prob wouldn’t come back. Trail was well marked and maintained.

backpacking
2 months ago

Loved this trail... halfway through I got to catch a couple fish and make a meal... I headed back just before it got dark. There were some elevation changes that would make this a moderate trail but the last leg of it mellowed out and followed a ridge. Good times.

hiking
2 months ago

Very nice little hike on a day trip to Yellow Springs. The gentleman at the entrance was very friendly and gave us a map and showed us where to go. You can make it a quick one or take your time....there's plenty to see. The map definitely came in handy as the splinter trails make it a bit confusing to follow.

Had one of my best hiking experiences here. Yesterday was my first time there and I cannot wait to go back. So serene and the trails were definitely moderate which I enjoy. I only did 6 miles but it was great! I highly recommend this place for some great spiritual hiking.

My son and I thoroughly enjoyed this hike. The trail was well maintained, and we enjoyed the scenery- lake, 2 waterfalls, limestone cliffs, a beautiful visitor’s center and the pioneer village. We encountered just a few hikers/runners, and most of the trail was away from road noise. The hills were moderate and the trail was easy to navigate. We decided we would like to do this loop again in the spring and enjoy the wild flowers.

This was our first hike; my wife and I did it with our daughter and daughter in law, and our little boy. We’re barely in bed for the night and are planning our NEXT visit! The scenery is sweet; it’s not even “fall leaves” season. I can’t even imagine the colors and the views when that happens. The only downside? Maybe a couple more benches/rest areas.

on Inman Trail

3 months ago

Very nice

The trail is well managed and is as good as it gets for the area. Do yourself a favor and get there early to avoid the crowds since this is a heavily trafficked trail. Try it out in the fall when the leaves are changing.

Great trail, amazing views, nice terrain with just enough technical challenge to make it fun for the whole family.

Absolutely fantastic scenery, was continuously surprised all the way around. At times you are right up next to the water, and other times in the thick of the woods. The eastern half felt more remote. Can link up this route with the George Loop trail to avoid some of the road travel. Very well maintained route - quite possibly the best day hike in Ohio.

Nice hike. I stretched it out to 15.9 with a couple of the side trails thrown in. Will definitely do it again possibly take the Buckeye Trail further north from the bridge to the north end of the lake and back. Lost my Fitbit in the last couple of miles before you get to the bridge on the west side if anyone comes across it:)

Great trail. Bridge across for loop is out at this time for repairs. I will soon return to check this out.

This is a long hike (13.4 miles for me) with some short uphill sections. The trial has lots of tree roots so watch your steps.

I was there on a very warm Saturday in mid-September and there were NO bugs the entire 13 miles! This was HUGE plus!

The South part of the lake is much prettier than the north-east side.

There are no functioning drinking fountains at the restrooms so I had to drink from the sinks. That was a negative.

Totally loved these trails. My husband and I did these trails along with trail 2 which took us about 6 hrs to enjoy. Parts of these trail were a little rough. I didn't bring mine this hike, but a pair of trekking sticks or a staff would have been helpful. Areas of the trails got close to bluffs and would have just made me feel a little more secure on the trail.

my daughter, dogs, and myself love the trails at Englewood Metro park

hiking
4 months ago

Very pretty with cool spots to stop along the way. Moderately crowded on a Sunday but wide enough trails that it didn’t get in the way!

4 months ago

Very pretty. The trail that is listed is hard to follow b cause there are so many splinter trails along the way.

Nice contrast in terrain from relatively flat along the river, to a rocky ascent to the rim which features moderate ups and downs. Entirely under hardwood canopy. Beautiful any season.

Nice trail! One hill, good natural setting

Great hike. Nice scenery.

Nice trail for human beans & doggies too.

Gorgeous trails, foot traffic gets a little heavy around 10-10:30am.
Going early is always really nice.
Will walk this trail again and again, never gets old! Simply beautiful.

I'm an avid hiker/explorer and this place is a blast! Make sure you have atleast a full day to enjoy this magical place!

As a wheelchair user, I found it extremely easy to navigate.

Really enjoyed this trail, it's not too difficult and there are several peeks at the river along the way.

This park is very well maintained and the trails are well marked! We couldn’t record our hike because my phone battery is not stellar, but we hiked 7.6 miles with a combination of 8, 1, 5, 4, & 7. It was a super hot day and we were pleased to find that the Nature Center on the south end of the park is air conditioned with a lovely bird viewing room. We saw all of the falls but I think Tunnel Falls was the best! I liked Little Clifty Falls as well. When the map says the trail is rugged, they’re not kidding. The ruggedness is a great challenge, but be prepared to climb up and down on rock and roots quite a bit. Also, people who are afraid of heights should maybe stay on trail 2, because there are many drop-offs next to the trails up on the ridge. Overall we had a challenging, but rewarding, day in the outdoors!

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