Foor Leisure Path

Ohio

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Foor Leisure Path Facts

States: Ohio
Counties: Franklin
Length: 1.3 miles
Trail end points: Front St. and Corbett Rd./Ebright Rd. and Blacklick Creek Greenway Trail north of Old Bixby Rd.
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 8082325

Foor Leisure Path Description

The Foor Leisure Path is a short, paved trail that links the northern edge of Groveport’s quaint residential core with the Blacklick Creek Greenway Trail. The connection allows Groveport residents to travel seamlessly by bike or foot north to Reynoldsburg and west to Three Creeks Metro Park, and from there into Columbus via the Alum Creek Greenway Trail.

Skirting the edge of a cornfield and pond, the Foor Leisure Path offers plenty of rural scenery in its nearly 1.5-mile length. Between the Elmont Place Subdivision and Bixby Road, the trail also runs through Cruiser Park, which offers several soccer fields.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking for the Foor Leisure Path is available in Cruiser Park’s large parking lot at 4677 Bixby Road in Groveport.

Foor Leisure Path Reviews

Groveport's Useful Connector Trail

Essentially this trail is designed to connect the town of Groveport, Ohio with both the 17.8 mile Blacklick Creek Greenway Trail and the 25.2 mile Alum Creek Greenway Trail which connect to each other a few miles west of where the Foor’s northern end connects to the Blacklick Creek Greenway. (In fact, if you look at Groveport in Google Maps you will find that the Foor Leisure Path is actually identified there as the Blacklick Creek Greenway.)

The Foor Leisure Path ends just short of Groveport at Corbett Rd./Ebright Rd. However, if you cross over Corbett/Ebright and follow Front Street, after a 1/4 mile you will come to Blacklick Street where you can enter Groveport Blacklick Park. The park was once the sight of a canal boat manufacturing and dry dock operation back in the Ohio Canal era of the 1830’s. Lock 22 of the Ohio & Erie Canal can still be found in the park today. Now, you will find the Groveport Recreation Center, the municipal pool, and athletic fields in the park. There are several trail loops here as well. I rode nearly 6 miles on this out-and-back ride on the 1.3 mile Foor Leisure Path. The extra milage on this trip came from riding into Groveport to see what awaited me in Blacklick Park.

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