Meredith State Road Trail

Ohio

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Meredith State Road Trail Facts

States: Ohio
Counties: Delaware
Length: 1.5 miles
Trail end points: Condit Station and Delaware-Licking County Line
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 10435771
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Meredith State Road Trail Description

The Meredith State Road Trail is a part of the Ohio to Erie Trail in Centerburg, Ohio. From Meredith State Road, the paved trail heads northeast within a wooded corridor towards the border between Delaware and Licking counties. At present, this remains a discrete segment of the Ohio to Erie Trail, not connected to the Heart of Ohio Trail to the north and the Sandel Legacy Trail to the southwest.

Parking and Trail Access

There is no developed trailhead at this time so it is best to arrive at the trail by foot or by bike.

Meredith State Road Trail Reviews

An Isolated Trail Awaiting to be Connected to Others

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The Meredith State Road Trail is a new, isolated section of the Ohio to Erie Trail (OTET). At present it does not have a trailhead or any parking along its length. On my recent southbound ride on the Ohio to Erie Trail, I had to road ride for several miles from the end of the Heart of Ohio Trail in order to connect to and ride this trail. Because the trail is new and is not directly connected to any other part of the OTET route, the trail signs posted on the trail do not indicate the milage to other destinations on the Ohio to Erie Trail. This is a nice, flat, smooth trail that will be a great trail addition to the Ohio to Erie Trail when it is connected to other nearby trails. This 1.5 mile trail will help to close the current on-road gap between trails in the area north of Columbus, Ohio.

Nice, but short unconnected trail

s

I've rode it 3-4 times. It is a nice in the woods for most of it. The drawback is that it is not connected on either end with any other trails or parking. I understand that someday soon, the HOOT will link to it from the north. That would be great!

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