The bucolic Headwaters Trail is a pleasant 8-mile journey through the rural landscape between Mantua and Garrettsville. The path has a crushed-stone surface and is mostly shaded. It follows the route of the old Cleveland-Mahoning Railroad line and is a scenic escape for hikers, cyclists and horseback riders.
Parking and Trail Access
Parking is available at Garrettsville Village Park (just east of Windham Rd.), on State Route 700 north of Hankee Road and Mantua Village Park.
Trail is pretty and fun, Garrettsville is TERRIBAD
It's really sad that such a great ride and great trail are so overshadowed by the town the trail head is in.
I decided to grab some breakfast in the Miller's Family Restaurant, because I love going to Mom and Pop places in these small towns. Service ...
absolutely a beautiful trail. a wonderful ride. will defiantly ride again hope they continue to extend the trail. although I was disappointed that the ones on horses don't have respect for others using the trail by keeping the horses on the grass. they ...
Better than expected - OK with skinny tires
I saw the grassed-over Garretsville end and was expecting the worst. Surprisingly, only one very short section was grassy. The rest was well graded 6ft wide gravel. There were a few spots where it looks like they have some flooding problems - mostly near ...