A walking-only trail for wildlife observation is being established on the abandoned B&O Railroad through the
center of the Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area. The trail is currently 3.7 miles long and passes through a large variety of natural habitats. Funding for the trail comes from Ohio's Endangered Species and Wildlife Diversity income tax checkoff.
Further information may be obtained from:
Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area
1691 Centerville Road
Shreve, OH 44676
Wildlife District Three Office
912 Portage Lakes Drive
Akron, OH 44319
Parking and Trail Access
This 5,492-acre Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area is situated in northeastern Ohio in portions of Wayne and Holmes counties. The area extends north from Holmesville to three miles south of Wooster, and lies between State Route 83 on the east and
State Route 226 on the west.