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Sandy Creek Trail

Sad Update

May, 2022 by jvirago

I really loved this trail (see my previous review from 2020). In fact, it was my favorite trail in all of Western Pennsylvania. However, sadly, upon revisiting the trail today I found that trees were being felled (sometimes on both sides of the trail) between approx. the 3.5 and 6.0 trail markers. A young man walking his dog on the trail said that he owned a cabin in the area and that the destruction was probably due to logging by lumber companies, who own much of the property in the area. I can't say whether that's accurate--although I suspect it is--but I can say that the destruction of the forest bordering the trail has really despoiled the trail, destroying much of it's precious magic and beauty and turning some really sublime natural glades into zones of death and destruction.

Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail

None Better

May, 2022 by hjinman46

Goes through Cuyahoga Valley National Park…plenty of scenery and wildlife!

Shenango Trail

Shenango Trail May 9, 2022

May, 2022 by joseph_torok

Hiked from Kidd's Mill trailhead 3.25 miles south to the beaver pond. Trail is very dry despite recent rains. Spring wildflowers are everywhere! Weeds not a problem yet. Be aware ticks are present especially if you stray into the brush. Several hikers and dogs on trail. Evidence of horses on Kidd's Mill section very unusual!

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Shenango Trail

Shenango Trail May 9, 2022

May, 2022 by joseph_torok

Hiked from Kidd's Mill trailhead 3.25 miles south to the beaver pond. Trail is very dry despite recent rains. Spring wildflowers are everywhere! Weeds not a problem yet. Be aware ticks are present especially if you stray into the brush. Several hikers and dogs on trail. Evidence of horses on Kidd's Mill section very unusual!

Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail

Ohio & Erie Canal - south section

May, 2022 by mwskibike

Rode from Bolivar to Cherry Road in Massillon where the trail is currently closed. We don’t usually ride non-paved trails but glad we did this one. Not flat, but doable, glad we had our e-bikes. A little rough in spots from flooding, but we did it. Probably saw 200 turtles sitting on logs in the water. Saw 2 deer, a couple Eastern Bluebirds, couple cardinals.

Pymatuning State Park Spillway Trail

Nice Walk

April, 2022 by jrgillis5

Nice walk on black top surface. South end is more scenic along the creek, but got some great pics north side of the spillway trail of some bald eagles patrolling the lake and lily pads.

John C. Oliver Multi-Purpose Loop Trail

NICE BIKING

April, 2022 by ethel.nelson.16

Had a beautiful sunny day April 29, 2022 to ride the loop around the lake. Nicely maintained with various areas to stop for a rest or snacks! Rolling hills & curves so pay attention to negotiating biking ability! Lovely day for me!

John C. Oliver Multi-Purpose Loop Trail

Wonderful Bike Trail!

April, 2022 by ethel.nelson.16

It was a beautiful sunny day for April 29, 2022 & the multi use trail is delightful. I really enjoyed biking around the edge of the water, seeing chipmunks, a woodchuck & a big bird way up in the tree. Some fishermen were enjoying the day too! Stopped & purchased a Passport book at the office to motivate me to get out to more PA State Parks! Go & enjoy this bike trail- take some snacks & rest along the way!

Stavich Bicycle Trail

Poor Condition

April, 2022 by 8fhzc8bpvy

I drove an hour to the trailhead in Lowellville, OH. Within five minutes, had a flat tire from a piece of shrapnel. Drove 20 minutes to the closest dicks to get a new tube. Went back to the trailhead and tried again. The trail is paved which could be nice but it was in such disrepair that it was hardly rideable. Two miles in, I got another flat tire, this time a large nail. It was not patchable and I had to walk my bike back. If there was scenery, this would have been worth it, but it was just abandoned factories and flop houses. There were beggars on the trail.

Shenango Trail

Shenango Trail Access April 28, 2022

March, 2022 by joseph_torok

Big Bend trail access has been difficult due to recent high water and the removal of the swinging cable bridge. A new trail access point has been developed on Pew Road. A map and directions is posted at the trailhead. The trail is marked with yellow blazes. The new trail rejoins the bypass trail and main trail after approximately 500 yards.

Western Reserve Greenway

outstanding

March, 2022 by rbruce

We did this trail last fall and are looking forward to doing it again this summer

Cleveland Lakefront Bikeway

Beautiful parks and neighborhoods on the eastern end of the trail

March, 2022 by bikeridesandbreweries

While our plan was to bike the Cleveland Lakefront Bikeway, we got a bit diverted by a narrow strip of land called Rockefeller Park, located just beyond the sprawling campus of the Cleveland Clinic. We rode through the park on the Harris Dillard Trail, which goes mostly downhill for about 3.7 miles to Lake Erie. Riding through this beautifully landscaped oasis was a nice surprise amidst otherwise urban, commercial neighborhoods.
Once we reached the actual Waterfront Trail, we decided to turn right and east toward the charming hamlet of Bratenahl. Here we rode on a broad, but quiet, street past several great gated estates, likely dating back to the early 20th century. Visible beyond each house and its beautifully manicured grounds was the vast expanse of Lake Erie. After a few miles, the neighborhood and woods ended and we entered Euclid, a community of smaller, post-WWII homes, strip shopping centers, and one large hi-rise housing development.
We persisted along this busier on-road portion of the trail to the Euclid MetroPark, where ample signage pointed us to a winding trail through the park to a marina. Here we were rewarded with striking views of Lake Erie and the skyline of Cleveland in the distance. Determined to find the eastern trailhead, we continued past the marina and through a small nature preserve which promoted the return of a coyote habitat. The Waterfront Trail at this end was a combination of sidewalks, a paved path, roads, and shoulders with painted lanes.
We didn’t venture toward downtown, but the drive we’d taken to scope it out the night before suggested that there would be much weaving through road traffic and industrial sections of town.
We drove afterwards to a nationally known brewery in one of the city's hip downtown neighborhoods.

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