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The North Lewisburg Trail lies about 40 miles northwest of Columbus in the Village of North Lewisburg. The trail runs northeast from the community park in a wooded corridor that once housed train traffic. A small stream flows parallel to the trail, which is surrounded by crop fields as far as the eye can see. There are two bridges on the route: one over a confluence of streams mid-way, and one at the trailhead on Inskeep-Cratty Road. That structure, known as the Pottersburg Bridge, is a historic covered bridge that was relocated to this site from North Lewisburg Road in 2006. This trailhead also has parking and benches.
There is parking at both ends of the trail: North Lewisburg Community Park, located at 139 East St, North Lewisburg; and the historic Pottersburg Covered Bridge (17141 Inskeep-Cratty Rd., North Lewisburg).
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