Sandusky, OH Atv Trails and Maps

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Slippery Elm Trail

This trail is great for road cycling. It is clean and not congested. It is an easy ride with nice coverage, so the sun doesn't beat down on you for the entire ride. Nice when you just want to get up and get a solid ride in.

June, 2020 by cryjoy120

This trail is great for road cycling. It is clean and not congested. It is an easy ride with nice coverage, so the sun doesn't beat down on you for the entire ride. Nice when you just want to get up and get a solid ride in.

Richland B&O Trail

Nice trail...

June, 2020 by 63kato

This trail is in great shape and has a great width that makes it easy for passing others on the trail. We rode Lexington to Butler and back. The were a couple places where crossing a busy road on a curve required extra attention. But it remains one of our favorites!

River Raisin Heritage Trail

Rough Pavement

June, 2020 by juliefunk

We walked this trail years ago and enjoyed it so we took our bikes there last fall. The pavement is pretty lousy. Bumpy and buckled. No going back.

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North Coast Inland Trail (Sandusky and Ottawa Counties)

Father Son

June, 2020 by tgw2703

We started on the east end of the trail. Very well maintained. Smooth surface with no potholes. Flat, with a lot of farm land. Not much tree cover. Went through the center of Clyde. It was interesting to be on the path yet in the middle of the town.

Bridgeway Trail

Lovely for All

May, 2020 by sarabethlowe8

This is a lovely, shaded trail that we found to be one of the best And widest that we have biked. Considerate users, not very crowded, well maintained signage and trail surfaces, fantastic views of river across unique bridges. Truly a gem for bikers, walkers, runners and birders.

Bridgeway Trail

Lovely for All

May, 2020 by sarabethlowe8

This is a lovely, shaded trail that we found to be one of the best And widest that we have biked. Considerate users, not very crowded, well maintained signage and trail surfaces, fantastic views of river across unique bridges. Truly a gem for bikers, walkers, runners and birders.

Cleveland Lakefront Bikeway

Mix between Lakefront and Urban biking

May, 2020 by awadm

The starting point is at Edgewater Park. It starts off beautiful in a park that is well taken care of. Then once you cross the bridge at West 25th and Detroit Ave, you are in the center of downtown. Navigating through the city streets is stop and go. Then once you come to the Cleveland Brown stadium, you are not riding on a trail, but again a street road. Thankfully this road does not see a lot of traffic. Once you pass the airport, you ride along the water into a beautiful neighborhood on Lakeshore Blvd passing by beautiful mansions. The biggest downfall I had riding this trail was coming up to and through Euclid. Biking lanes are not well marked. Many cars do not respect bikers and right up next to you making me not feel at ease. The final end point at Wildwood Park which not is the best kept park in relation to edgewater, however they did have paved trails and beautiful scenic outlooks on the beaches/water. I wish this trail had more signs that identified that you are still on the Lakefront Trail because it is easy to take a wrong turn and get lost. I rode from Edgewater to Wildwood Park and back, but my final ending mileage was 30 miles.

University/Parks Trail

fabulously maintained trail

May, 2020 by abbiriechman

Love this trail! They clear snow off quickly and there is hardly ever any type of debris on the trail. The ability to ride from the University of Toledo to Wildwood Metropark is awesome!

Chippewa Rail-Trail

Short and sweet

April, 2020 by lvjohn

This trail mostly paved blacktop and rather short. It is a great walking trail and a trail where very young riders can safely build strength and confidence. The northern terminus isn't much. Those wishing to ride through Medina should aim for Fair Road to get through the worst of the traffic.

Huron River Greenway MetroPark Trail

Start point at Milan, OH

April, 2020 by stephaniebundren

Start point location does not look promising but whole family (and dog) enjoyed it VERY much. Wide, flat, manicured grass path that sits above ground level on both sides. Large bends make the walk interesting with the first 0.5 mi as the most scenic part. The latter 0.5 mi is swampy/marshy on one side and woods (mostly) /river on the other.

Rocky River Reservation All Purpose Trail

Just as an update, the entire trail was recently repaved and is in great condition.

February, 2020 by info79

Just as an update, the entire trail was recently repaved and is in great condition.

Slippery Elm Trail

Great Trail

January, 2020 by bobertrowe

Beautiful trail rode from Bowling Green to North Baltimore. Everything was immaculate.

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