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Explore the best rated trails in Perrysburg, OH. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the University/Parks Trail and Triplett Pathway. With more than 37 trails covering 309 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.
This trail is a pleasure to walk. Calming scenery. The walk underneath Route 23 is rather neat.Can't wait to walk it in spring.
Paved blacktop. Other trails are nearby. Can get to Downtown Ann Aror from the Lohr trail.
I use this trail often. It connects the Flat Rock pathway to Erie Metro Park. Asphalt and smooth ¿
I road the trail the few miles of it NW out of Elmore and then back to just the other side of Lindsay. Nice flat trail and relaxing country / farm scenery.
Love the trail but the trail is absolutely beat up. It's in pretty bad shape. I rode 6 miles of broken asphalt and bumps that could've ended up in disaster. Please fix!!!
I enjoy the view on this trail. Plenty of benches to stop and take in the lake view. The path along the water needs some repair.
Nice trail with plenty of shade. Very easy ride, nice and flat. Wish it was longer though
Due to construction on I-275, I discovered the trail closed from Hannah to Ecorse.
Twice now we have had to get off the trail for a tandom axle tank truck to drive down the trail from CO. RD. 74 to the Elmore golf course to pump out their ports johns and drive back down the trail to CO Rd 74. Not only is this dangerous I would think this would be damaging to the trail and in violation of the no motorized vehicle signs. How can this be stopped. This is a beautiful trail. I would like to see it stay that way.
And what a surprise! Smooth. Covered for long stretches. Elmore offers a fantastic trail-side bike shop - SpokeLife Cycles. Low traffic. Few cross stops. Park in Elmore. Ride east as far as you like. Return. Arrive back before 2:00? Get some quiche at the local diner - Christy’s Corner Cafe.
Excellent trail. Great condition (8/22). Lots of shade. Highly recommend it.
I love this trail so much. I’ve been jogging and biking Lower Huron Metro Park most of my teens and twenties. It’s a great big park and the paths are varied with trips through fields and meadows, through wooded “tunnels”, it travels along the river, and has plenty of hills to vary the terrain. These trails are quiet, secluded, and a ton of fun. This was the first place I took my first “real” bike on and I’ve been regularly coming back since. It easily beats other trails around me. 3 Metro Parks are connected directly by this trail and the fourth (Lake Eerie Metro) is connected via a long connecting trail I haven’t done yet but am excited to do one day. All 4 parks have plenty of bathrooms, water fountains, map stations, and awesome bike racks for pumping up your tires or doing repairs with all the necessary tools included. The paths are all smooth and very well maintained from branches, leaves, and other debris. For as popular and well maintained these parks are, the bike paths are never crowded which is awesome. Whoever thought out the trails, details, and accessories did an awesome job. The bike repair stations are an amazing touch to these great trails. I’ve tried other trails like Hines Drive but found the section I did to be loud from traffic (you’re right next to the road the whole time) and boring (no varied terrain or paths through nature). It’s hard to go anywhere else other than this Metro Park trail because it’s easily the best trail around. The others pale in comparison.
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