Lima Rotary Riverwalk

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The Lima Rotary Riverwalk trail follows the southeast bank of the meandering Ottowa River between Heritage Park southwest of Lima and Schoonover Park northeast of city center. At its north end, the scenic trail circles the lake at Schoonover Park; at its midpoint, the trail makes a loop around Hoover and Collett Street parks; and at its southern end, a loop around Heritage Park's woodlands.

Along the route, you'll find access to more city parks, neighborhoods and downtown Lima.

Parking and Trail Access

Park at Heritage Park (2092 Reed Rd.), Collett Street Park (880 S Collett St.) and Schoonover Park (Findlay Rd. at McCullough St.).


New rider

   November, 2015 by grimb

I am a new rider and just love this trail. Very open, safe and clean read more

Several short rides on my catrike

   August, 2015 by popeyethe sailorman

I had to spend several weeks in Lima summer of 2015. I'd brought my Catrike since I'd heard about this trail. It was very different from my regular rides around Tampa Florida, but was really nice for a being routed through a suburban area. A good share more

Parts of the trail are nice. Other parts, not so much.

   July, 2014 by auntcassie

We started at Ottawa Metro Park. The trail at that end is in great condition (except that the loop around the reservoir is not paved, nor even gravel). The bridges are awesome. The underpass at I-75 was closed for road construction. For a few blocks the more