With the Ohio to Erie Trail in place, Ohioans will be able to travel the 325 mile corridor, linking Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland on a serene, safe trail while enjoying the countryside and experiencing the history that helped shape the state.
Following lands formerly occupied by railroads and canals, hikers and bikers will be able to enjoy this trail as they pass through quiet woods, lush fields, charming small towns and existing urban centers. Other groups such as bird watchers, horseback riders, cross-country skiers and nature lovers will all have the opportunity to explore the natural beauty of the Trail as it weaves its way across Ohio.
It will provide excitement and adventure to anyone willing to leave their automobile behind. Construction designs will include appropriate provisions to ensure access and full enjoyment for persons with mobility impairments as well.
If you have any questions about the Ohio to Erie Trail, please contact Ed Honton.
Last updated June 2,2003 by Joe Jurczyk.