Explore the most popular city walk trails in Ohio with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Great trail! Love to do tempo runs on it when I'm in town.

i just moved by the trail and have frequented it as a Jogger, a bicyclist, and just walking. it is decent asphalt. not crowded, ohio swampy scenary and with the amish using it horse manure quite frequent.

small park. there are not too many parts of the trail where you feel submerged in nature. Found a spot to set up my Hammock and relax. I did see a group of six deer.

Ride my bike here all the time. It has a bit of a problem with tree roots creating speed bumps but is very beautiful and fun over all.

hiking
18 days ago

This was a very well maintained and easy hike. Many boardwalks and spectacular viewing areas. My only complaint is one part where you walk along the main road. I like walks/hikes in the park to be more secluded. Overall a beautiful trail.

road biking
2 months ago

Good trail. We bikes it. Nice just getting out if you want an easy ride. One very steep hill that you will need to walk your bike up the hill.

walking
2 months ago

Great trail. I was here this past Friday. Got past the golf course up the hill and wound up near the new soccer field on Wooster Pike. The trail needs better markers.

road biking
2 months ago

Lost the trail after Kellogg & along the river. Can someone guide me & tell me if it is paved? Thank you.

mountain biking
2 months ago

love it here

Very loud and there’s construction.

Awesome trail

Great trail! Enjoyed the biking.

This is our favorite trail, some horse buggy traffic, gotta watch a little for road apples & a turtle could be in your path, mostly flat & straight, Wal-mart just off the path in MBG, All paved, scenic. Enjoy the ride, we always do

Beautiful paved trail with numerous bridge crossings. In our (wife & I) short journey of biking, it's one of the best.

mountain biking
4 months ago

Nothing really exciting about trail as it was a shared roadway on a lightly trafficked street. I had kept looking for an exclusive trail away from the roadway but came to realize that the roadway was the trail. Consider other trails in the area.

It's a nice exercise trail, not much to see other than the backs of houses. In the late fall you will see tons of squirrels getting ready for winter.

George and really enjoyed the trail, loved the canopy of trees keeping it shady. Just wish google hadn't taken me to the parking lot at the start of the trail instead of the shady looking isolated park (but that's Googles fault).

I love the Holmes county trail. my sister and I ride it quite a bit.

Nice paved trail not too much traffic on the trail but you do pop out to cross a busy street. Lot’s of boardwalks and a few bridges. Good information signs throughout. I thought the trail was clearly marked and easy to follow. Abram’s Lake was a heavily grassed and reeded over depression rather than a lake. Pretty nonetheless.

I road this trail around 2004, it is very nice ,a great trail mostly,
wide open country riding. one of my favorite.

Nice canopy rail trail. Low grade for similar experience in both directions. Plenty of points to park and get on the trail. Nice picnic spot and rest rooms at Kenyon University crossing.

Nice park to walk the dog. During the summer, there are concerts hosted on Thursdays. Very easy path.

road biking
6 months ago

Great paved trail!

We rode this trail from Millersburg to Fredericksburg and it was just beautiful! Paved, wide, and mostly shaded. We got caught in a pouring rainstorm and it added to the experience!! We found shelter at a little pizza/sub shop in Fredericksburg and the Italian sub was delicious! Next time we plan to start again in Millersburg and ride south. We heard the trail now goes past the southernmost point identified on your map! Can’t wait to explore.

road biking
7 months ago

road biking
7 months ago

Beautiful paved trail! Bike from the northern Geauga line all the way to South of Middlefield’ Fairly flat. Peaceful. Parks along the way in case a rest is needed!

If you don’t want to smoke and you want a loop there’s more than enough woods in Wayne national Forest but if you except the reality of our society in today’s world smoke is everywhere within a city or town whether it be cigarette smoke or exhaust or trash burning or oil burning In a Engine everyone wants the convenience of the modern world and they don’t complain about it when they’re driving their car etc.

hiking
9 months ago

Very poorly marked trail. we followed the green stripes designating the trail as detailed on the map at Southwest Hospital and ended up at Bagley and Big creek Blvd, two miles east of our starting point. making our "short" 1.5 mile walk with our two year old grandson a grueling trek for all of us. We never saw the lake,which was our whole reason for going. Someone needs to put some signs up and create a map that makes sense. Very poorly thought out. We are veteran hikers with over 50 years experience on trails all over the country and have never had problems like this before.

walking
9 months ago

Not such a clean or safe park anymore.

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