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The Little Beaver Creek Greenway Trail runs parallel to the Middle Fork of the Little Beaver Creek and has many beautiful and interesting features, including glacial outwashes, upland fields, mature ravine woodlots and wetland wildlife habitats. Remnants of the industrial past also dot the trail with the remains of lime kilns, pig iron furnaces, coal mines and coke ovens. The trail features a covered bridge and a connection to the Sandy Beaver Canal Towpath.
As a segment of the Great Ohio Lake to River Greenway, the Little Beaver Creek Greenway is a part of the trail system that begins in Ashtabula County and continues through Trumbull, Mahoning and Columbiana counties. When complete, the Great Ohio Lake to River Greenway will be more than 100 miles long.
Additionally, the Little Beaver Creek Greenway Trail is part of the Industrial Heartland Trails Coalition efforts to establish a multiuse trail network spanning more than 1,500 miles across 48 counties in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio and New York.
Access the Little Beaver Creek Greenway Trail in Leetonia along Ohio Route 558 in Franklin Square and in Lisbon off State Route 164 near Maple Street. Additional parking is available in Salem at Eagleton Road. Take State Route 45 south to Teegarden Road (County Road 41 West) to the covered bridge. Parking and trail entrance are by the bridge. You can also pick up the trail from St. Jacobs-Logtown Road near Lisbon. Parking is limited at both ends and weekends can be quite crowded.
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