Explore the most popular nature trips 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.

12 hours ago

Loved hiking this trail!

This was a great surprise. Because of where it's located, I didn't expect it to be as nice as it was. It is reported as 1.3 miles but there are many side trails. All of them are clearly marked. A good map of all the trails is provided. It is very wooded, all shade the whole hike. It is not simple, there are some elevation changes and creek crosses but still easy enough for leisure hikes. My favorite part is that I got to bring my dog! I stayed on the main trail but will definitely go back and hike the side ones.

trail running
20 hours ago

hiking, walking, trail running...backpacking trek training...best all round trail for those pursuits around. You can cut it in half if you don't have time for the full 3.2 by taking the shorter trail option, well marked, name evades me! New trails cut, and just lovely. good elevation gain, hike along the creek, and up along the ridge and plateau with meadows and grassland. nice!

Currently laying in a hammock on this trail at campsite three. Excellent views but mildly freaked out about coyotes but I can hear them, which is cool at the same time.

Fairly quiet until you get to the Falls loop.

Excellent hike. Plenty of flatter sections that allow for easy trail running. The end is 2 miles on the Tow Path.

Nice fairly flat trail with some rocks and roots for a Sunday stroll. Next to the Mohican River the majority of the way. Used it to help get the children ready for something bigger and test a new pack. 7.5 round trip.

1 day ago

Directions on the app take you to the Kendall Lake parking lot. It’s a 0.5 mile hike on the Kendall Lake loop to get to the Salt Run trail head. I showed us walking just shy of 5 miles total. You could park at the Pine Hollow lot and more easily access this trail.
Thankfully there were trail maps at the parking lot as the initial signs don’t tell you which way to go towards the Salt Run trail.
Overall, a nice hike through the woods. Nothing spectacular to see. Trail goes close to the road so there is traffic noise. Coolest thing we saw was a big beaver at Kendall Lake.

Nice trails!!
We did the Pine Ridge trail

Always something new to see

I'd definitely go again to hit all the side loops. Very good for most people but not too much that you couldn't enjoy. Not too much for an experienced hiker but very good for where it is

1 day ago

I love walking out here... I only wish it were longer.

Very decent trail. Good variety of relatively flat parts with good mix of some somewhat challenging inclines and declines and rocky parts. Nice overlooks to the river then a section runs along the creek, then a forest-y type area. Again, nice little mix here.

Great place to walk. Flat, clear trails. Several different trails of different lengths. Surroundings are beautiful. Mostly out in the open. Very little shaded/wooded areas on the trails. You can bring your dog!

I really like this park. There are several sets of trails and loops that all connect. Trails are very clear. Terrain is flat. Horses take these trails so watch your step! My favorite is the fact I can take my dog.

Did the main trail, white tail loop. Several side trails I will do next time. Most of the loop has a good trail but there are sections where it is very narrow and overgrown. Only 2 sections of elevation climb and they are difficult but only moderately. Nice woodsy hike. Saw deer twice. Very nice place, especially considering its location.

the trail was well maintained and a perfect hike for our 2 dogs. there are a lot of stairs but it wasnt bad. there is a nice area we let the dogs play in the creek just off the path.

Beautiful hike !

Poorly maintained trail. We turned back because the trees were so overgrown they would have been slapping my baby who was in our Osprey carrier in the face. Road on the way in was very muddy, we could have easily gotten stuck. Pretty location, but we won’t be back due to the poor maintenance. There are much better local trails.


nice trail

challenging .theres a lot of incline, decline and steps. but very beautiful.

Very cute, small trails though. It's a good place for a quick walk.

The trail is 60% mountain bike trail, but there weren't many bikes on the trail (early May). It was a quiet hike through the forest with plenty of wildlife (deer, beaver, hawks, woodpeckers). My tracker (android) also gave 14.2 miles.

2 days ago

Decent hiking conditions today with the exception of where there has been some recent culvert work. Combined Orange and Green trails today.

I love this park. Lots of different trails to choose from (some are paved and some are not). I almost always see wildlife- deer, turkeys and a variety of other birds, groundhogs, etc. The other people visiting the park are usually very friendly.

2 days ago

One of my absolute favorite parks close to home. The falls are AMAZING. This is definitely a park to go to if you want to get wet! The natural rock slide through the Via Duct is AWESOME. With or without tubes, it's a great time! If you're not a strong swimmer, remember there is safety in numbers!

2 days ago

Fun hike close to home! Going on the *closed* trail off Mary's cave is our favorite that connects to the Highbridge trail. There are some amazing natural rock arches to be seen! The falls are the 'main' attraction but there is so much more to see and do here!

Love hiking here. We go on the MTN bike trails when they're closed to bikers. It's a great hike with many switchbacks in and out of the woods along the lake! The dog loves to tag along :)

One of my favorites

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