Inexplicably closed on July 3rd.

hiking
2 hours ago

Excellent trails that twist, rise and fall through the ledges.

hiking
7 hours ago

Tranquil moderately wooded and trafficked trail. Crushed limestone the whole way through, very flat and comfortable.

great for the whole family! look out for the activities they do there!

hiking
bugs
17 hours ago

I love this trail for road biking. Lot of bugs were there but that’s because i was there at sunset. https://youtu.be/SgjS_roGcU8

A great hike with some ups and downs. A few spots that were a bit muddy but can easily be avoided. Some bugs along the way but nothing too bad. Some nice views of the water and some birds on this path. Almost entirely shaded which was nice. Mostly dirt path with some gravel spots. As of today, very lightly trafficked. Easy to find parking. Enjoy!

I walked the trail in mid-April, when parks were just re-opening after COVID. It was crowded both down in the ledges and up on the ridge, so I’m not sure I’d recommend it for relaxation. Still, the rock formations are beautiful, and it’s a fun place to take kids to run around a bit. I’d recommend waiting at least two days after a rain; the trails retain water.

So it is not exactly a 4.4 mile trail around the lake. It is about a mile that you can loop, but to go around the whole lake, you have to walk alongside the road. The road was closed too so I couldn't even go around. I did a lot of back tracking and only got 3.6 miles in. It is a nice place. The trails are narrow though, and not really marked. If you want to follow this "trail" listed on here, make sure you go to the left. There is more to see. Just be careful for the parts that are a trail, some step are steep.

It’s a fun hike, nice shade along the way and cool falls

Mostly sunny paved all the way

hiking
blowdown
2 days ago

A tale of two trails! The Hemlock Gorge trail is flat and easy, with the minor exception of there being numerous downed trees blocking the trail. (I'm sure the folks at ODNR are very capable. I just hope they get funding for a chainsaw someday.) Surprisingly not muddy (other than a few very small spots) and not buggy. The climbing starts when you hit the MTB trail.It seemed like i was always climbing. Somehow the descents went unnoticed. As other reviewers have stated, you need to always be looking ahead and listening for approaching riders. All were super friendly, polite, and appreciative of me getting out of their way. (Interestingly, no downed trees blocking the MTB trails.)

Trail was in great shape- beautiful scenic route right along the river

mountain biking
2 days ago

Trails were perfect! Just 1 tree down but able to get around it. Absolutely beautiful view and lots of shade. I have hiked and mountain bikes here. Can’t wait to go back!

hiking
bugs
muddy
3 days ago

We were planning to take the already-mapped trail, but we saw the side-trails and decided to add some distance to our hike. we've been coming to Hueston Woods for years, and it's fun to find some non-traditional trails out here. Lots of spiderwebs and bugs, but also many opportunities to see wildlife! On our trip, we saw 2 herons, about 100 geese walking to the water, 4 deer, a hawk, 8 ducks (6 babies) and about a million spiders on webs across the path. Awesome trail, lots of fun hills!

walking
3 days ago

All part of the JAMPD

hiking
bugs
4 days ago

hiking
bugs
over grown
4 days ago

hiking
4 days ago

Shaded most of the way pretty views. This would be pretty in the fall

Easy terrain, with little elevation gain. Scenery is actually pretty nice though! Good walk to just loosen up the legs and enjoy the surroundings!

Nice trail for kids. My 4 year old nephew loved it and walked the whole way plus some! Ended up being about 2.5 miles after our little trip to the creek.

Watch out for horse poop!

running
6 days ago

The mud wasn't too bad today but there were quite a few trees down across the trail to navigate.

hiking
bugs
muddy
6 days ago

A very nice trail! Some ups and downs with a good incline in the beginning of the trail. The rock formations and lake views are amazing. Almost all crushed stone/dirt with a part or two of road walking maybe 1.5 miles between them. Light traffic at the time is this hike. Will definitely do again! The spots that were muddy were minute even though it had rained just the night before which was surprising. Enjoy!

Is not “easy”. Moderate is prob better description unless you hike a lot.

Lovely trail with some muddy patches. Rock House is a big cave.

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