Genoa Trail

Trail Map

Description Suggest an Edit

Part of the Ohio to Erie Trail, the Genoa Trail runs between Northgate Way in Westerville and Weise Road in Galena. The trail parallels the east side of State Route 3 and is separated from the road by a nice corridor of trees, shading nearly the entire length of the trail.

The paved trail was extended in 2010 from Plumb Road to Weise Road in Galena and includes a pedestrian-bike bridge over Old 3C Highway, following the northwestern shoreline of the Hoover Reservoir along a scenic nature preserve.

Parking and Trail Access

The trail can be easily accessed at any one of the main cross streets, including Maxtown Road, Mt. Royal, Freeman, Big Walnut, and Lewis Center. There are also foot and bike accessible entry points at Highland Lakes Avenue and Interlachen Avenue, and nearby Westerville Elementary School (at Freeman & Old 3C). You can park at

- Highland Lakes Avenue
- Church at SR3 & Freeman
- Fire/Police station at SR3 & Big Walnut
- Church at SR3 & Lewis Center

Reviews

New traffic signal and crossing planned for 2010

   February, 2010 by Advocate

In 2010 a brand new traffic signal will be installed at SR-3 and Freeman Road (thanks to Genoa Township). Crosswalks will added to facilitate safer ped/bike east-west crossing of SR-3 55 mph 2-lane highway stretch. The community on the west side of the ...read more

Trail expansion plans through Galena now planned for 2010

   November, 2009 by Advocate

The two year postponed already financed trail expansion from Plumb Rd north following the eastern bank of Hoover Reservoir through Galena (utilizing two rail to trail bridges-spanning over the Big Walnut & Little Walnut Creeks) to Joe Walker Woods is ...read more

Genoa Trail - Ohio (Delaware County)

   March, 2009 by Advocate

The Genoa Trail is the northern continuation and juncture of multiple paved trails existing from Westerville, OH (Delaware County) to the south, east & west. http://www.westerville.org/Portals/0/2008%20Bikeway%20Map.pdf On the southern most end of ...read more