Ohio & Erie Canal-Bolivar to Zoarville is a 6.1 mile point-to-point trail located near Bolivar, Ohio and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, horses, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.
Plenty or remenants of the canal infrastructure. (5 miles) This incomplete section has two distinct trail situations. The north half of the trail ends at Rt.70 where a bridge is being constructed to take the trail into Bolivar. This section also has a number of locks and other period canal infrastructures. The trail here is crushed limestone put down by a determined team of volunteers. The southern half of this trail is undeveloped. Lots of rocks and tree roots, it has been washed out in places by flooding and is not suitable for road or hybrid bikes. Mountain biking and hiking.
Well kept flat quiet trail. My wife and I enjoy the section from Ft Laurens to Zoar.
Well kept trail for hiking. The locks and history panels are very interesting. Also take time to visit historic Zoar and Fort Laurens museum.
Was washed out but went back and they fixed it
Nice quiet trail! Lots of turtles to see!
Have biked and hiked from the Zoar end to the Fort Laurens park many times because I live ten minutes from here....Clean pretty