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56-mile Defiance Section on the northwest portion of the Buckeye Trail.

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The Buckeye Trail Thru-hiker Package includes all 8 packages of the Buckeye Trail (all 26 Sections) and is a 50% discount over buying the packages individually

$39.99

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The Miami Rivers package includes the Williamsburg, Loveland, Caesar Creek, and Troy sections. This 150-mile portion of the trail begins in Cincinnati then heads northward through Dayton and ends in Lockington. The 52-mile Williamsburg section branches off to the southeast from the Loveland section. It winds around Harsha Lake and ends at Grant Lake.

Total trail miles: 202
Total waypoints: 149

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The Miami & Erie Canal package includes the St. Mary’s, Delphos, and Defiance sections of the Buckeye Trail. This 147-mile portion of the trail begins in Lockington and then heads northward past Lake Loramie, through New Bremen, Saint Marys, Spencerville, Delphos, Fort Jennings, Ottoville, and Defiance, then follows the Maumee River, ending in Waterville.

Total trail miles: 147
Total waypoints: 115

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The North Coast Inland package includes the Pemberville, Norwalk, and Medina sections of the Buckeye Trail. This is the northern portion of the Buckeye Trail. This 164-mile portion of the trail begins outside Toledo in Waterville and then heads east through Haskins, Pemberville, Woodville, Elmore, Lindsey, Fremont, Clyde, Bellevue, Monroeville, Norwalk, Wakeman, Findley State Park, and Medina, and ends in Cleveland Metroparks, just outside Brecksville.

Total trail miles: 164
Total waypoints: 109

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The Crooked River package includes the Bedford, Burton, Akron, and Mogadore sections of the Buckeye Trail. This 255-mile loop trail is the northeast portion of the Buckeye Trail. Beginning outside Brecksville in Cleveland Metroparks, the trail heads northeast, mostly through parkland, to Bentleyville, Kirtland Hills, and Mentor on the shore of Lake Erie. The trail loop turns south at Headlands Beach State Park and goes through or near Painesville, Chardon, Burton, Hiram, and Mantua. The trail then winds its way around the Kirwan Reservoir in West Branch State Park, and heads southwest along the Mogadore Reservoir and Wingfoot Lake, through Hartville, Green, along Nimisila Reservoir, and joins the Akron section at the Tuscarawas River. The trail then follows the river northwest through Clinton and onto the city of Akron. The trail then heads north out of Akron and parallels the Cuyahoga River up to the start point of the loop.

Total trail miles: 255
Total waypoints: 223

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The Muskingum Lakes package includes the Massillon, Bowerston, and Belle Valley sections of the Buckeye Trail. This 175-mile trail is in the northeast portion of the Buckeye Trail. This segment begins in Hartville and goes west to the Nimisila Reservoir, then heads south through Massillon, Navarre and Boliver, along Leesville Lake, then through New Hagerston, and Bowerston, along Tappan Lake, Clendening Lake, and Piemont Lake, through Smyrna, Salt Fork State Park, Old Washington, near Senecaville Lake, then through Wolf Run State Park and Belle Valley, ending at Bicentennial Campground.

Total Miles: 175
Total Waypoints: 152

$9.99

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The Wilderness Loop Package includes the Road Fork and Whipple Sections in the southeast portion of the Buckeye Trail.

Total miles: 138
Total waypoints: 81

$4.99

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The Little Cities of the Forest Package includes the Stockport, New Straigtsville, and Old Man’s Cave Sections in the southern portion of the Buckeye Trail.

Total miles: 153
Total waypoints: 115

$9.99

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The Appalachian Foothills Package includes the Scioto Trail, Sinking Spring, Shawnee, and West Union Sections of the Buckeye Trail. This is in the southern portion of the Buckeye Trail.

Total miles: 224
Total waypoints: 163

$9.99

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56-mile Defiance Section on the northwest portion of the Buckeye Trail.

Try Now

The Buckeye Trail Thru-hiker Package includes all 8 packages of the Buckeye Trail (all 26 Sections) and is a 50% discount over buying the packages individually

$39.99

Explore

The Miami Rivers package includes the Williamsburg, Loveland, Caesar Creek, and Troy sections. This 150-mile portion of the trail begins in Cincinnati then heads northward through Dayton and ends in Lockington. The 52-mile Williamsburg section branches off to the southeast from the Loveland section. It winds around Harsha Lake and ends at Grant Lake.

Total trail miles: 202
Total waypoints: 149

$14.99

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The Miami & Erie Canal package includes the St. Mary’s, Delphos, and Defiance sections of the Buckeye Trail. This 147-mile portion of the trail begins in Lockington and then heads northward past Lake Loramie, through New Bremen, Saint Marys, Spencerville, Delphos, Fort Jennings, Ottoville, and Defiance, then follows the Maumee River, ending in Waterville.

Total trail miles: 147
Total waypoints: 115

$14.99

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The North Coast Inland package includes the Pemberville, Norwalk, and Medina sections of the Buckeye Trail. This is the northern portion of the Buckeye Trail. This 164-mile portion of the trail begins outside Toledo in Waterville and then heads east through Haskins, Pemberville, Woodville, Elmore, Lindsey, Fremont, Clyde, Bellevue, Monroeville, Norwalk, Wakeman, Findley State Park, and Medina, and ends in Cleveland Metroparks, just outside Brecksville.

Total trail miles: 164
Total waypoints: 109

$4.99

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The Crooked River package includes the Bedford, Burton, Akron, and Mogadore sections of the Buckeye Trail. This 255-mile loop trail is the northeast portion of the Buckeye Trail. Beginning outside Brecksville in Cleveland Metroparks, the trail heads northeast, mostly through parkland, to Bentleyville, Kirtland Hills, and Mentor on the shore of Lake Erie. The trail loop turns south at Headlands Beach State Park and goes through or near Painesville, Chardon, Burton, Hiram, and Mantua. The trail then winds its way around the Kirwan Reservoir in West Branch State Park, and heads southwest along the Mogadore Reservoir and Wingfoot Lake, through Hartville, Green, along Nimisila Reservoir, and joins the Akron section at the Tuscarawas River. The trail then follows the river northwest through Clinton and onto the city of Akron. The trail then heads north out of Akron and parallels the Cuyahoga River up to the start point of the loop.

Total trail miles: 255
Total waypoints: 223

$14.99

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The Muskingum Lakes package includes the Massillon, Bowerston, and Belle Valley sections of the Buckeye Trail. This 175-mile trail is in the northeast portion of the Buckeye Trail. This segment begins in Hartville and goes west to the Nimisila Reservoir, then heads south through Massillon, Navarre and Boliver, along Leesville Lake, then through New Hagerston, and Bowerston, along Tappan Lake, Clendening Lake, and Piemont Lake, through Smyrna, Salt Fork State Park, Old Washington, near Senecaville Lake, then through Wolf Run State Park and Belle Valley, ending at Bicentennial Campground.

Total Miles: 175
Total Waypoints: 152

$9.99

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The Wilderness Loop Package includes the Road Fork and Whipple Sections in the southeast portion of the Buckeye Trail.

Total miles: 138
Total waypoints: 81

$4.99

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The Little Cities of the Forest Package includes the Stockport, New Straigtsville, and Old Man’s Cave Sections in the southern portion of the Buckeye Trail.

Total miles: 153
Total waypoints: 115

$9.99

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The Appalachian Foothills Package includes the Scioto Trail, Sinking Spring, Shawnee, and West Union Sections of the Buckeye Trail. This is in the southern portion of the Buckeye Trail.

Total miles: 224
Total waypoints: 163

$9.99

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About Our Partner

Buckeye Trail Association

Throughout its history, the BTA has promoted the construction, maintenance, and use of a state-wide trail system within the State of Ohio. The main Buckeye Trail is supplemented with side trails, campsites, and other facilities, so that visitors can see some of the historical and beauty spots of the Buckeye State. The BTA maintains the Buckeye Trail primarily as a footpath, though certain portions are also designated for use by horsemen and other non-motorized users.

Today, the Buckeye Trail Association is a large, strong body of volunteers who maintain and promote the trail. Under the eye of the BTA, the Buckeye Trail continues to change and improve as the BTA looks for ways to move road sections off the roads, and to upgrade those off-road sections to high quality trail.

Learn more about the BTA