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For the best route to the best scenery the Metroparks has to offer, pick a trail. Trails of varying lengths and surfaces are available in every park. Longer greenway trails extend beyond parks, connecting neighborhoods and places of interest.

GREENWAY TRAILS

Trails By Park

Trails in each of the Metroparks offer a variety of distances and experiences, from winding dirt paths through the woods and prairies, to hard-surface all-purpose trails suitable for bicycling and skating.

FARNSWORTH and BEND VIEW

OAK OPENINGS PRESERVE

PEARSON

PROVIDENCE

WILDWOOD PRESERVE

SECOR

SWAN CREEK PRESERVE

SIDE CUT


Guided Walks - For a list of guided nature walks on Metroparks trails, see the Program Calendar.

Accessibility - If you have a disabling condition and would like more information and support for accessibility to programs, services and facilities, call 419-407-9701. Trail Partner volunteers and interpreters may be scheduled upon request.



Secor Ski Trail
Secor Ski Trail
 

A 4.8-mile cross-country ski trail is available at Secor Metropark. Park at Nature PhotographY Center. Click to open PDF brochure.

 
Oak Openings Ski Trails
Oak Openings Ski Trails
 

A 4-mile, intermediate cross-country ski trail is available at Oak Openings Preserve. Park at the Evergreen Lake Area. Click to open PDF brochure.

 
Commuter Special Use Trail Permits Available
Commuter Special Use Trail Permits Available
 

Regional trails are used for commuting as well as recreationn, fitness and enjoying nature. Because trail hours are the same as the ... (more)

 
Running Group Trail Permits
Running Group Trail Permits
 

Download an Athletic Group Permit application (pdf), which are required for groups planning to use Metroparks Trails and other park areas for ... (more)

 
Oak Openings Horse Trail
Oak Openings Horse Trail
 

Park: Oak Openings Preserve

Length: 14.5 miles

Surface: ... (more)

 
New Signs Mark Metroparks Trails
New Signs Mark Metroparks Trails
 

Photo: New 1/10th mile markers allow trail users to calculate their distance, identify their location and navigate the trails. Each marker ... (more)

 
 
 
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