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You will have the opportunity to walk, run,bike ride or rollerblade along paved scenic trails. It can be a reflective quiet time or interactive time with others. You get a behind the scenes look at beavers, turtles, birds and bugs as they allow you to...More
I went for a walk on the trail with both my teenagers and my 3 yr old. It was a good walk to get away from the sun for a bit. We didn't make the whole trail but my baby loved the blackberries on the...More
We discovered a lovely walkway that led to interesting spots.
The first attraction on that trail was a wooden covered bridge over a river. It looked quite new and quite modern and it was very attractive!
On our path we saw many colorful flowers, beautifying...More
Parked in the parking lot on 322 and started walking. Walking along the trail was enjoyable. The trail was shaded, and it was very quiet. The path was well paved and pretty level. There are benches are well placed and comfortable. Mosquitoes were numerous in...More
Always a good time, quiet and clean. A bit over five miles in each direction. We prefer to park at the Route 322 trailhead. The elevation climb is 100 feet to the other end of the trial. That makes for a nice downhill return ride....More
This is a beautiful rail-trail, paved and mostly flat. The scenery is pleasant and it's convenient to town - will be even more so when the connector is finished. As noted by other reviewers, it's good for cycling and, if there's snow, cross-country skiing as...More
Just 5 mins from the Holiday Inn Express on the Conneaut Lake Rd is a 7 mile nature trail. Great paths for run,walks and sitting. Be mindful that there are lots of mosquitos out as there is still water along quite a bit of the...More
You can bike, run, walk or cross country ski on an increasingly long paved trail thanks to local efforts and donations. The area is safe and family friendly. The only caveat: as it often parallels French Creek, be prepared for mosquitos in summer.