Discover the Ohio to Erie Trail
The Ohio to Erie Trail is a primarily off-street recreational trail that, when completed, will span the state of Ohio from Cincinnati to Cleveland. For the most part, it follows land formerly occupied by railroads and canals. The trail connects four of Ohio’s metropolitan cities, a dozen large towns and numerous small villages with connected, easily accessible, paved trails.
The trails are used by bicyclists, hikers, skaters, families with strollers, bird watchers, and others wishing to enjoy them. As of 2016, the Ohio to Erie Trail consists of 280+ miles of paved trails separated from streets. Ultimately, the trail will be about 320 miles long, once all segments are completed.
Preservation Parks manages three segments of the Ohio to Erie Trail. Please follow the trail name links, below, for details on each segment. Also, for more information on the Ohio to Erie trail, please visit the websites, below, for the Delaware County Friends of the Trail and for the Ohio to Erie Trail.