2 months ago

This used to be a golf course and is now a gravel trail. It is part of the Indian Hollow Reservation. The trail is an easy, flat terrain. It is muddy after a rain. Within the trail includes a fitness trail with stations. It is a nice, peaceful park. There weren't too many people today, but it is January 1st.

This was a nice, easy trail. It was a beautiful day for the first day of 2017. The gates were locked at the Parson's Rd. entrance, but there is one right by Grafton Lanes on Main St.

AllTrails only has a small portion listed as Indian Hollow Reservation, but you can add the MTB trails and the trail is actually more of a loop with a few areas where you repeat an area of trail.

There is also an old golf course named Royal Oak that is now part of Indian Hollow Reservation. You can get to that just down the street from the Parson's Rd. entrance of this trail. You can add another 2 miles with the addition of a fitness trail within Royal Oak.

Simple trail and great for family and group activities.

mountain biking
2 years ago

Went there in the Fall. 6 of us went MTB riding including 2 kids. Has a cool bridge over a huge river. The main trails were well kept. But the shorter trails werent kept up well.

You can find one of the trail heads by the bowling ally which is off of State route 57. To find Indian Hollow Reservation you need to follow Parsons Road. Parsons Road is the road by the Gulf gas station. If you follow this road you will find the reservation, which is actually part of the Lorain County Metropark System. You can visit their website at www.metroparks.cc get better directions and even find more trails to hike! Hope this info helps all.