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Fredericktown's Owl Creek Trail is a mile-and-a-half of smooth asphalt pathway for pedestrians and cyclists. The trail's starting point is the Fredericktown Community Park, which hosts many town events and features facilities for everyday recreation, including picnics and sports like swimming, baseball and volleyball. The park is also an access point for those interested in fishing the North Branch of the Kokosing River.
Making use of a former railroad corridor, the trail heads south from the park through a mix of residential and commercial areas. It ends on Hyatt Road, but the undeveloped corridor extends further south, and there is potential for a trail reaching Mt. Vernon (however, the corridor may not be safe or suitable for any recreational use).
Parking is available at the trail's northern endpoint, the Frederick Community Park located at 10 Ankneytown Rd, Fredericktown, OH.
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