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Explore the best rated trails in Ashtabula, OH. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Lake-to-Lakes Trail and Euclid Creek Reservation All Purpose Trail. With more than 25 trails covering 194 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
After a sporadic winter hiatus; it is good to be back on the trail on a more regular basis.
We rode three miles south of 87 until we came to a detour, then backtracked and went two miles north of 87. The trail is wide enough for two trikes side-by-side, and the part we rode is mostly smooth with very little slope. The marsh just south of Dunkerton Rd is a nice stop.
Though the trail map shows restrooms at the trailheads, there wasn't one at the Lockwood parking lot (at 87). Other bikers said there are none anywhere.
Nicely updated trail! The former section of cinder and dirt has been grated and paved. Total length is now 3.2 miles. We parked at the Spillway and fed the fish. Trail goes 2.2 miles North into Linesville, passing the fish hatchery. The new bridge over a creek has been installed. After the ride on the new section, we traveled South 1 mile to Fries Road. That section pavement is only a year old. Nice trail within Pymatuning state park.
Mid to end of October, leaves and foliage was at full peak providing plenty of yellows and golds. Some reds thrown in there as well. Always an enjoyable ride while encircling Lake Wilhelm within the park.
Always an enjoyable ride on this trail. Saw some turtles in the large pond along the trail. Leaves still very green, not changed for Fall. Trail in good condition having recently been sealcoated.
Always a great ride on this trail. We parked on 87 in North Bloomfield and biked North to Route 6 at Rome then back to N. Bloomfield continuing South to Mehann Denmann Road where the trail is closed due to a bridge issue, which has been like this several years off and on. There is a short back road detour which is easy to use. Total round trip for the day 30 miles. Trail is paved and goes through mainly open farmlands. Leaves starting to change for Fall. This trail never disapoints!
Rode part of this trail last week but had to cut it short. I just didn't feel safe in the neighborhoods traveled. Better/safer places everyone.
End of summer means changing scenery along the trail. The corn is up, and goldenrod lines the trail. Trees still very green and the colors of fall are approaching.
Parked in New Hamburg at approx mile 4.25 and hiked to approx mile 5.5 and back. Nice well maintained trail. Still working on completing all sections of the trail. Always an enjoyable hike.
Found this to be well maintained and scenic. Saw deer, turkeys and birds especially near Meander Reservoir. Had ridden this trail regularly.. relaxing. Merges with Metro Trails.. nice ride thru Austin town then on to Canfield.
This is a scenic trail. Started in Concord and went to south of Chardon. Great mix of straightaways and fun curves in the woods and alongside a highway. My only negative was crossing the streets to get through Chardon. People just didn’t seem to enjoy the idea of yielding. I literally said out loud “really” as people just kept blowing by. I would have gone further out but I kept thinking about having to cross those roads again. Based on that I wouldn’t ride this again. I prefer longer uninterrupted rides. But very scenic.
Biked on the trail was very cool! Stopped on the trail and fed the ducks and fish! Had a great day highly recommend it.
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