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Aaron Koop
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Hiking

nice paved trail. lots of poison ivy off trail.

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Everly Laine
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WalkingBugs

This paved trail is long, straight, pet-friendly, easy for families, and diplays some local history while travelling between crops. Walking, jogging and biking are recommended uses. I strongly recommend using bug spray.

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Lee R
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trail was nice! I got a bit confused going through the small town to get to Washingtonville. Other than that there was a tree down covering most of the trail. I believe there was a bad storm tbd night before, so it must not have been cleared up yet.

Greg Lind
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Hiking

Simple path around a local neighborhood park. Great for walking or running.

Greg Lind
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Running

I wouldn’t call this path a diamond in the rough, but it’s definitely a nice path that is seldom used. Great for a quick walk/run that’s close to home.

Kathleen Stanley
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Paved + boring. Calf workout though

Danielle Miranda
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HikingFlooded
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Matthew Scaffidi
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Busy area of the Tow Path but nice easy area to visit. A lot to look at in this section.

Katie Wessels
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HikingNo shade

We gave the Miami Erie tow path trail a shot today. We were drawn to it because it’s flat and paved, which was great for our stroller. However this path has no shade, so on a summer day with a high heat index with no breeze, it was pretty unpleasant. The trail has a lot of opportunity to spot biodiversity in the fields and marsh. We spotted birds, butterflies and wildflowers; however on the other side of the tree line is a noisy industrial area which detracts from the nature feel. On a cooler spring or fall day this path would be nice for biking, as it connects to other paths and parks. For a walk with little kids in the heat of summer, it wasn’t quite what we had in mind.

Kris tin
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Bike touring

This trail is really lovely in areas! Full of shade and nature! Other areas are much more urban, lacking shade and nature’s beauty. It was a nice ride on a hot summer morning though. Would do it again if I were in the area.

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Miranda Yacono
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Road biking

Mid-day ride. Only a few stretches where there isn’t tree cover. Lots of stopping to cross streets but there are bike crosswalks.

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Michael Rogers
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HikingNo shade

Bike path from 561 to Willis Rd. Straight, flat, and well maintained. No shade. Nice view of some horses on a nearby farm

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Paige Kohn
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Road biking

This is a really nice, well-maintained trail for road biking. It has a good balance between shade and full sun and is smoothly paved. For those living in Columbus, its a great nearby alternative to the Olentangy Trail, which is often too crowded. Lots of wildlife too like deer, birds and rabbits. Quite peaceful.

Catherine Andrews
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HikingFee

Nice paved trail. The lake is much bigger than anticipated, but lots of benches for breaks along the way. Very nice overall. You do have to pay to access the park

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Dorothy Whipple
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Hiking

Overall it was a nice walk. However, even though it is a paved trail, it wasn’t really wheelchair friendly. Some of the hills were extremely difficult to push the wheelchair up.

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Mac Johhnson
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HikingNo shade

Great trail for a quick lap or several laps result in a good workout. Very dog friendly.

Eduars C.
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very nice natural place

Claire Yoder
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Hiking

Went with my friends at 6am; great lookouts for waterfalls, all trails were paved or gravel, and beautiful views of the lake!

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Jacqueline Collins
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HikingNo shade

A year ago, I would have given this trail 3 stars; it really is getting better every year as the golf course slowly disappears under meadow plants and saplings. It’s less of a get-out-in-nature trail and more of a better-than-sidewalk-walking trail, and it’s a fine walk as long as you keep that in mind. The houses of the surrounding developments are clearly visible on the periphery, and traffic noise can be heard throughout the park. But the wildflowers in the spring and summer are beautiful, and if you go before 9am (on weekends), the traffic noise is minimal and sometimes even hidden by birds. Take a hat and/or sunglasses; there’s very little shade. I vastly prefer North Chagrin Metropark, but if you need pavement or you live in the area and are crunched for time, this isn’t a bad place to visit.

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Rachel B
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Mountain biking

Map took me to closed bridge to park. entire length we rode was paved, but toward town pavement was older with roots making bumps underneaths. overall, a fun ride with some neat bridges and history plaques trailside.

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Bob Wolfe
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Walking

Great for the rainy days when you don't want to get muddy...

Maggie H
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HikingRocky

Pretty hike waterfalls and pretty much shaded. Parts are gravel and not very stroller friendly. This trail has several smaller hills end of hike is incline the whole way. Great trail for adults and kids that can hike/walk a longer distance.

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Peyton Anders
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RunningBugs

Forgot to stop the clock lol. Great easy run. Wanted to fit in 10 but it was getting dark.

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Jennifer Young
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Hiking

Busy, but wide paths allow for adequate passing space. Shaded. Paved the entire way.

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Kylie Brown
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Hiking

Such a great trail. It really makes you appreciate how beautiful Cincinnati is.

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Kat Saunders
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Hiking

The worst of the trails here, at least for walking. Would be good for bikes, strollers, and wheelchairs. There’s no shade; it’s just a paved trail that is really close to a housing development and the parking lot, so it’s not scenic at all.

Alysse Morgason
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Running
Michael Craft
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Hiking

We are staying at The Lodge. The boardwalk is open, and we walked the entire length of it yesterday. I am not sure what to think of the one star reviews. We thought it was wonderful. The water is quite pretty with the green algae. Yes, the wood is not in the best shape. But it's still strong.

Nathan Domeck
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Hiking

Great trail if you are in the area, but just takes you around the park.

Jenny Detwiler
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HikingBugs

Good for dogs. Lots of poison ivy lining the path. Tall Pines area smells amazing. sights are ok, but nothing too exciting. saw deer, bluebirds.

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