Trails in Ohio

The American Discovery Trail creates a coast-to-coast route across the USA, connecting people with rural and urban areas, wilderness, desert mountains, and forests, with other trails, and with each other.

The Buckeye Trail is a 1,444-mile hiking and long-distance trail loops around Ohio. Part of it is on roads, and part is on wooded trails. Road portions of the trail are gradually being relocated to separate trails.

The Great American Rail-Trail is a cross-country rail trail in the United States. The trail will run 3,700 miles between Washington D.C. in the east and the state of Washington in the west. The trail runs through 12 states and the District of Columbia.

The Little Miami Scenic Trail is a picturesque recreational trail in Ohio, stretching 78+ miles from Newtown to Springfield and beyond. Following the Little Miami River, it offers scenic views of forests, farmlands, and river landscapes. The trail is popular for walking, running, cycling, and even horseback riding in some sections. It passes through several charming towns and provides access to various parks, historical sites, and natural attractions along the way.

The North Coast Inland Trail (NCIT) in Ohio is a scenic multi-use trail that spans approximately 200 miles across northern Ohio. It follows the former Toledo, Norwalk, and Cleveland Railroad route and offers a picturesque journey through rural landscapes, small towns, and historic sites.

The North Country Trail is a long-distance hiking trail in the Midwestern and Northeastern United States. The trail extends roughly 4,800 miles from Lake Sakakawea State Park in North Dakota to the Appalachian Trail in Green Mountain National Forest in Vermont, passing through eight states along its route.

The Ohio to Erie Trail is a dedicated multi-use trail crossing Ohio from southwest to northeast, crossing 326 mi of regional parks, nature preserves, and rural woodland. The trail, named after its endpoints, extends from the Ohio River at Cincinnati to Lake Erie at Cleveland, primarily integrating rail to trails and multi-use trails into a dedicated trail.