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Pheasant Run Trail is a 1.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Barberton, Ohio that features a great forest setting 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.

Length 1.2 mi Elevation gain 42 ft Route type Loop
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Pheasant Run Trail is a 1.2 mile loop trail located near Barberton, Ohio that features a great forest setting 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. Pheasant Run Trail winds through fields and woods and around small ponds.

Free in Pheasant Run Area lot

Metro Parks, Serving Summit County 330-867-5511 marketing@summitmetroparks.org

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Amy Reed
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beautiful trail, mostly shaded, easy family hike, beautiful wild flowers. will definitely do again with the kiddos!

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Nina Rejon
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Paul Armbruster
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Pheasant Run is always in good shape. Easy short trail with a few ponds. Perfect for kids. When I go for a run here I always combine Pheasant Run and the Chippewa Trail (which has more hills) since you can access both trails from this parking lot.

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Dessie Decker
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James Tedrick
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Nicole O
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Julie Numer
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Melissa Haren
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David Fleece
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Flat and wooded. Trails were muddy. Short and sweet.

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Candice Woody
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walk here often. great trail just Beautiful this time of year

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Jennifer Erin
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Chippewa and Pheasant Run combined

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Steve Finical
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Overall, Silver Creek is one of our favorites. There are four great trails. The bridle trails are a little more challenging than the two "regular" trails and are each 3 plus miles and they tend to be messier and less smooth (they are primarily bridle trails after all!). The other trails are very pretty and together are 3 plus miles. There's a great swimming area and fishing lake and boat rentals. Lots of good picnic areas too.

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Cindy Kisik
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Fun, easy trail to take with the hubs and pup. Great scenery as pleasant passers-by. Accessible parking and lots of picnic areas!

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Grace Shipley
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I thought this loop was really nice, especially when you go through the pine tree grove. It was a little muddy, but the trail was well marked and easy to follow. my dog also thought it was great!

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Anita Sprouse
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Sasha Peters
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Mairah Maavich
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Very beautiful great if u have kids remember to bring mosquito spray here

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john appel
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This trail is a good go to quick hike.Close to home. Lots of early morning deer and birds, good run with my med,sized dog.

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Leisa 
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Nice trail. Not very long. Wide paths... It is a little too busy with people. I enjoyed the pine tree section the best. Also did Chippewa trail. Very nice trail. A couple of nice sized elevations to climb. Many more hills than Pheasant Run. Did both trails for a nice 3.3 mile hike.

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Joji Grey
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Walking

Beautiful park. Usually very busy, lots of kids and dogs. The only downside is that it is incredibly muddy for a good part of the year. Still well worth checking out!

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Ashley H
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Beautiful park - the trails are mostly flat and nice and wide for walking or trail running. Popular for leashed dog walks, too. You can hike Pheasant, Chippewa and the Bridle Trail for a total of about 12 miles. There is gradual elevation change throughout. There are foot bridges over the Creek and a gorgeous lake which often has shorebirds on it.

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Kirsten Buccigrossi
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Really nice park, just one of a few trails here. Very diverse scenery. You get a little bit of everything: ponds, deep forest, open field, etc. Very flat, quite muddy in some parts. A bit more activity than I typically like, especially for a weekday evening. However, that's just a sign of people enjoying the trail! Overall, good trail.

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Mark Romanoff
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Mark Romanoff
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Mark Romanoff
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Mark Romanoff
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Debbie Despoth Gotto
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Janice Arch
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Mark Romanoff
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Mark Romanoff
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