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Explore the best rated trails in Girard, OH. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Euclid Creek Reservation All Purpose Trail and Bike and Hike Trail. With more than 47 trails covering 4481 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.
My dog Bailey and I are always looking for a new place to go. Glad I chose this location. Beautiful, clean and great hike!
A nice day for a Spring ride. The trail runs along side of Lake Arthur within the park. It is paved and has many turns and small hills. 7.5 miles in length, out and back. Ends at where the former Outdoor Recreation Center is. Trailhead and mile 0 is at the Bike Rental and large parking area.. There was a building at that location but burned May, 2022 due to a fire. The bike rental is open and they are operating out of trailers.
Miles 1-5 desperately need repaved. Gaps where pavement have separated, jar you and your bike. Feeble attempts, on some of them to fill in have created just as annoying bumps. What used to be a very decent trail has definitely taken a turn for the worse. No longer a pleasure to ride!!!
Very well maintained, smooth, and has decent inclines. Excellent parking and well marked.
This is a beautiful trail at all times of the year. Lots of shade and only a few - not so busy road crossings. It's a day trip destination ride from Clevealnd, Pittsburgh or Columbus. As the trail takes you through Leetonia and it's brick streets, you can visualize a once thriving Italian community. St. Patricks church and its' attached grade school (no longer open) still stands proudly as the centerpiece of the town. You'll love this trail!!!!
Not for biking but if creative you will see things…
I ride on this constantly!
Nice Spring day, biked from the Saltbox at the Franklin trailhead, South, to Sunnyslope (12.5 miles) and back for a 25 mile round trip. Starting to get green! Water level of the Allegheny River is a little low. Some islands were visable from the trail. Great ride as always!
Wildflower walk on 4/23 attended by 12 individuals! Many Trillium, Trout Lillies, Violets and other species present on the trail from New Hamburg to Big Bend. Temperature 48; rain held off; just a few short sprinkles.
Early Spring hikes on the Shenango Trail yield many sightings of wildflowers and wildlife including Beaver, Muskrat, Deer, Turkey, and many bird species. Trail is in great shape after a mild winter and little rainfall. Trail is clear at this point; weeds not a problem. Bug spray is a must for ticks!
Go to Shenango River Watches website or Facebook page for event information.
Surprised to see this amazing trail that has great bed and breakfasts along it is not noted as part of the Great American Rail Trail. It sure would help demonstrate more GART completion if it was.
This is a great trail. I rode my bike from Freeport to Butler and back. About 40 miles or so. From Freeport to Butler it’s mostly a steady climb. However about 5 miles from butler the trail is downhill, and the climb back out is a bit tough. There is a bike shop and cafe right on the trail about 14 miles from Freeport and 6 miles from Butler. Great coffee, tea, food, and ice cream. The trail itself is mostly a raised railroad bed and is dirt or small gravel. You do cross a few busy roads which you need to pay attention to.
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