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Ohio to Erie Trail

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The Ohio to Erie Trail is a rail trail in the state of Ohio, spanning from Cincinnati in the southwestern corner of the state to Cleveland in the northeast. The trail is 85% completed as of December 2014. You can follow the progress of construction and view a map of the trail on its website.

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  • 1 Cincinnati
  • 1 Xenia Station, 150 Miami Avenue. 1998 replica of Xenia's 1880s brick railroad station. Now the hub for a number of rail trails.
  • Xenia
  • 1 Camp Chase Trail (Ohio to Erie Trail), 275 S. Wilson Road, Columbus, OH 43204 (West Broad St to 275 South Wilson Road), +1 614 645 3111, toll-free: +1-800-BUCKEYE (2825393). Daylight hours. 16 mile paved trail between Columbus and London; 2 locations for public parking and trail access. 1) Columbus Wilson Road Park, 275 S. Wilson Road, Columbus, OH 43204; GIS 39°56′52″N 83°05′52″W [Drinking Fountain, Portable Restroom, Lighted Picnic Area, Bike Repair Station and tire pump, Parking Lot] 2) Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park; 8465 Alkire Rd, Galloway, OH 43140 GIS: 39°53′37″N 83°12′57″W [Restrooms, Picnic Area, Canoe Access, Overnight Car Parking] Part of the Ohio to Erie Trail & US Bicycle Route 50.
  • 2 Columbus
  • 3 Cleveland

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