Upcoming Events . . .

Directions to BTA Barn at Tappan Lake (83949 Beale Road, Cadiz OH)

Location: Take I-77 to US-250 east (just south of New Philadelphia). Follow US-250 past Tappan Dam almost to the end of the lake. There is a causeway with a sign that reads "Tappan Lake Park". Turn right (this road would also take you to Deersville). Approximately 3.1 miles from the US-250 turnoff is Beall Rd. on the right. Follow this dead-end road (be sure to take the left leg not the right curve) and go a total of 1.3 mi. to where it ends at the BTA Barn down a long gravel driveway.

Contact: Mary Hamilton at

2017 EVENTS

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2018 EVENTS

Jan. 14, 2018

Lockkeepers Winter Canal Hike - St. Marys Section

Register between 1-3pm at: The Lockkeepers House, New Bremen

Co-Sponsored by the New Bremen-New Knoxville Rotary Club & Miami and Erie Canal Corridor Association

January 16, 2018

Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail

Program: Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail: Things That Will Change the Way You See Ohio

Presenter: Andy Niekamp

Description: On an 88-day thru-hike of Ohio’s Buckeye Trail, Andy “Captain Blue” Niekamp made the most amazing long-distance journey of his life. As he walked his home state through wilderness, farmland, small towns, big cities, rural and urban areas, he discovered Ohio in a way that can be only experienced on foot. Captain Blue‘s stories about the people and places, past and present will change the way you see Ohio. His beautiful photos and experiences will surely inspire you to hike the Buckeye Trail.

Location: 7:00PM Richfield United Church of Christ, 4340 West Streetsboro Road, Richfield, OH

Contact: Friends of Crowell Hilaka

Note: Andy Niekamp's book titled "Captain Blue on the Blue Blazes - The First Solo Thru-Hike of Ohio's 1,444 Mile Buckeye Trail" will be available for purchase.

January 20, 2018

Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail

Program: Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail: Things That Will Change the Way You See Ohio

Presenter: Andy Niekamp

Description: On an 88-day thru-hike of Ohio’s Buckeye Trail, Andy “Captain Blue” Niekamp made the most amazing long-distance journey of his life. As he walked his home state through wilderness, farmland, small towns, big cities, rural and urban areas, he discovered Ohio in a way that can be only experienced on foot. Captain Blue‘s stories about the people and places, past and present will change the way you see Ohio. His beautiful photos and experiences will surely inspire you to hike the Buckeye Trail.

Location: 2:00PM at the Franklin Public Library at 44 E. 4th Street Franklin, OH 45005

Contact: Franklin-Springboro Public Library

Note: Andy Niekamp's book titled "Captain Blue on the Blue Blazes - The First Solo Thru-Hike of Ohio's 1,444 Mile Buckeye Trail" will be available for purchase.

January 24, 2018

Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail

Program: Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail: Things That Will Change the Way You See Ohio

Presenter: Andy Niekamp

Description: On an 88-day thru-hike of Ohio’s Buckeye Trail, Andy “Captain Blue” Niekamp made the most amazing long-distance journey of his life. As he walked his home state through wilderness, farmland, small towns, big cities, rural and urban areas, he discovered Ohio in a way that can be only experienced on foot. Captain Blue‘s stories about the people and places, past and present will change the way you see Ohio. His beautiful photos and experiences will surely inspire you to hike the Buckeye Trail.

Location: 6:30pm Great Miami Outfitters, Cross Pointe Shopping Center, 101 E Alex Bell Rd, Centerville, OH 45459

Contact: Great Miami Outfitters

Note: Andy Niekamp's book titled "Captain Blue on the Blue Blazes - The First Solo Thru-Hike of Ohio's 1,444 Mile Buckeye Trail" will be available for purchase.

January 25, 2018

Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail

Program: Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail: Things That Will Change the Way You See Ohio

Presenter: Andy Niekamp

Description: On an 88-day thru-hike of Ohio’s Buckeye Trail, Andy “Captain Blue” Niekamp made the most amazing long-distance journey of his life. As he walked his home state through wilderness, farmland, small towns, big cities, rural and urban areas, he discovered Ohio in a way that can be only experienced on foot. Captain Blue‘s stories about the people and places, past and present will change the way you see Ohio. His beautiful photos and experiences will surely inspire you to hike the Buckeye Trail.

Location: 7:00PM at Carter Caves State Resort Park, Kentucky

Contact: Winter Adventure Weekend at Carter Caves SP

Note: Andy Niekamp's book titled "Captain Blue on the Blue Blazes - The First Solo Thru-Hike of Ohio's 1,444 Mile Buckeye Trail" will be available for purchase.

January 27, 2018

BTA Board Meeting

Location: 10:00AM at Command Alkon, 6750 Crosby Court, Dublin, Oh 43016

Contact: President

January 27-28, 2018

BT Circuit Hike - New Straitsville Section

Description: Saturday: Meet in parking lot for Burr Oak Boat Dock 2, Point 11. Coordinates N39.52179 - W81.04027. Leave at 9:30AM to carpool to Wildcat Hollow Trailhead, Point 4. The hike is about 8.9 miles.

Description: Sunday: Meet at former township road and Oakdale Road, north of the town of McLeish, about .4 mile north of Point 16. Coordinates: (N39.53748 – W082.10484). Leave at 9:00AM to car pool to Boat Dock 2, Point 11. The hike is about 8.6 miles.

Lodging: Burr Oak State Park Lodge

Contact: Jim Gilkey at 614-879-9912 ahead of time or at 740-277-8749 on the hike weekend.

Feb. 3, 2018

Winter Hike - Findley State Park

Description: Meet at the campground shelter at 10:00 AM for the annual Winter Hike.

February 10, 2018

Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail

Program: Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail: Things That Will Change the Way You See Ohio

Presenter: Andy Niekamp

Description: On an 88-day thru-hike of Ohio’s Buckeye Trail, Andy “Captain Blue” Niekamp made the most amazing long-distance journey of his life. As he walked his home state through wilderness, farmland, small towns, big cities, rural and urban areas, he discovered Ohio in a way that can be only experienced on foot. Captain Blue‘s stories about the people and places, past and present will change the way you see Ohio. His beautiful photos and experiences will surely inspire you to hike the Buckeye Trail.

Location: 10:45AM at The Adventure Summit, Wright State University Student Union, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy. Dayton, OH 45435

Contact: The Adventure Summit

Note: Andy Niekamp's book titled "Captain Blue on the Blue Blazes - The First Solo Thru-Hike of Ohio's 1,444 Mile Buckeye Trail" will be available for purchase.

Feb. 11, 2018

United Way Hike for Health - St. Marys Section

Register between 1-3pm at: City of St. Marys Utilities Building (Canal Room)

Sponsored by the United Way of Auglaize County

February 15, 2018

Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail

Program: Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail: Things That Will Change the Way You See Ohio

Presenter: Andy Niekamp

Description: On an 88-day thru-hike of Ohio’s Buckeye Trail, Andy “Captain Blue” Niekamp made the most amazing long-distance journey of his life. As he walked his home state through wilderness, farmland, small towns, big cities, rural and urban areas, he discovered Ohio in a way that can be only experienced on foot. Captain Blue‘s stories about the people and places, past and present will change the way you see Ohio. His beautiful photos and experiences will surely inspire you to hike the Buckeye Trail.

Location: 7:00PM First Christian Church Fellowship Hall, 6031 Goodrich, Pensacola, FL 32504. Sponsored by the Florida Trail Association, Western Gate Chapter

Contact: More info

Note: Andy Niekamp's book titled "Captain Blue on the Blue Blazes - The First Solo Thru-Hike of Ohio's 1,444 Mile Buckeye Trail" will be available for purchase.

February 17, 2018

Discover the BTA

Description: - Saturday - 7:30PM. The State of Ohio wears a necklace—a 1,444-mile hiking trail that loops around the state of Ohio. Part of it is on roads, part is on wooded trail, and part of it wanders through cities and villages. Meet Chuck and Beth Hewett at Cleveland MetroParks, North Chagrin Nature Center in Willoughby Hills OH and hear them tell the story of how they hiked the entire Buckeye Trail, and about the fascinating people and places they encountered on the way.

The Hewetts wrote about their adventures in the book, Wandering Ohio, which will be available for purchase at their presentation.

Location: Cleveland MetroParks, North Chagrin Nature Center, 401 Buttermilk Falls Parkway, Willoughby Hills, OH

Contact: Cleveland MetroParks at 440-473-3370

February 18, 2018

Discover the BTA

Description: - Sunday - 2:00-3:30PM. The State of Ohio wears a necklace—a 1,444-mile hiking trail that loops around the state of Ohio. Part of it is on roads, part is on wooded trail, and part of it wanders through cities and villages. Meet Chuck and Beth Hewett at Geauga County Parks and hear them tell the story of how they hiked the entire Buckeye Trail, and about the fascinating people and places they encountered on the way.

The Hewetts wrote about their adventures in the book, Wandering Ohio, which will be available for purchase at their presentation.

Location: Geauga County Parks, West Woods Nature Center, 9465 Kinsman Road, Novelty, Ohio

Contact: Geauga County Parks at 440-279-0894

February 21, 2018

Discover the BTA

Description: - Wednesday - 6:30PM. The State of Ohio wears a necklace—a 1,444-mile hiking trail that loops around the state of Ohio. Part of it is on roads, part is on wooded trail, and part of it wanders through cities and villages. Meet Chuck and Beth Hewett at Appalachian Outfitters and hear them tell the story of how they hiked the entire Buckeye Trail, and about the fascinating people and places they encountered on the way.

The Hewetts wrote about their adventures in the book, Wandering Ohio, which will be available for purchase at their presentation.

Location: Appalachian Outfitters, 60 Kendall Park Rd, Peninsula, Ohio

Contact: Appalachian Outfitters at 330-655-5444

February 24-25, 2018

BT Circuit Hike - Akron Section

Description: Saturday: Meet in park parking lot south of Market Street, town of Canal Fulton, Point 28. Coordinates N40.88774 - W081.59814. Leave at 9:30AM to carpool to Snyder Avenue Trailhead, Point 24. The hike is about 9.9 miles.

Description: Sunday: Meet at Crystal Lakes Park Trailhead on Erie Avenue, west of Point 31. Coordinates: (N40.84612 – W081.53767). Leave at 9:00AM to car pool to Market Stree park parking lot, Canal Fulton, Point 28. The hike is about 5.3 miles.

Contact: Jim Gilkey at 614-879-9912 ahead of time or at 740-277-8749 on the hike weekend.

March 8, 2018

Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail

Program: Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail: Things That Will Change the Way You See Ohio

Presenter: Andy Niekamp

Description: On an 88-day thru-hike of Ohio’s Buckeye Trail, Andy “Captain Blue” Niekamp made the most amazing long-distance journey of his life. As he walked his home state through wilderness, farmland, small towns, big cities, rural and urban areas, he discovered Ohio in a way that can be only experienced on foot. Captain Blue‘s stories about the people and places, past and present will change the way you see Ohio. His beautiful photos and experiences will surely inspire you to hike the Buckeye Trail.

Location: 7:00pm at Roads Rivers Trails 118 Main St, Milford, OH 45150

Contact: Roads Rivers Trails Facebook page

Note: Andy Niekamp's book titled "Captain Blue on the Blue Blazes - The First Solo Thru-Hike of Ohio's 1,444 Mile Buckeye Trail" will be available for purchase.

March 9, 2018

Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail

Program: Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail: Things That Will Change the Way You See Ohio

Presenter: Andy Niekamp

Description: On an 88-day thru-hike of Ohio’s Buckeye Trail, Andy “Captain Blue” Niekamp made the most amazing long-distance journey of his life. As he walked his home state through wilderness, farmland, small towns, big cities, rural and urban areas, he discovered Ohio in a way that can be only experienced on foot. Captain Blue‘s stories about the people and places, past and present will change the way you see Ohio. His beautiful photos and experiences will surely inspire you to hike the Buckeye Trail.

Location: 7:00PM C.I. Beaver Hall, C.I. Beaver Park, 3696 Highmont St, Beavercreek, Ohio 45432 : Sponsored by Dayton Backpacker Campfire

Contact: More info

Note: Andy Niekamp's book titled "Captain Blue on the Blue Blazes - The First Solo Thru-Hike of Ohio's 1,444 Mile Buckeye Trail" will be available for purchase.

Mar. 11, 2018

Spring Forward Hike - St. Marys Section

Register between 1-3pm at: Noble Township Hall

Sponsored by the Heritage Trails Park District

Mar. 15, 2018 at 7:15PM

“Grandma” Gatewood Program

Description: The 50-minute film about Grandma Gatewood followed by a Q&A with Bette Lou Higgins, of Eden Valley Enterprises. This program is free.

Location: Oberlin Heritage Center, 600 Kendal Drive, Oberlin, Ohio

March 17-18, 2018

BT Circuit Hike - New Straitsville Section

Contact: Jim Gilkey at 614-879-9912 ahead of time or at 740-277-8749 on the hike weekend.

March 18, 2018

Mentor Marsh/Buckeye Trail work day/hike

Description: - Sunday - 2:00PM. Two miles of Buckeye Trail thru Mentor Marsh spring cleanup. Wear sturdy footwear and bring gloves and a snack.

Location: Meet at Mentor Marsh Nature Center, 5185 Corduroy Road, Mentor OH.

Contact: RSVP to R. Donaldson at or 440-247-0777 or to the Bedford Section Supervisor at or 440-382-6277.

March 27, 2018

Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail

Program: Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail: Things That Will Change the Way You See Ohio

Presenter: Andy Niekamp

Description: On an 88-day thru-hike of Ohio’s Buckeye Trail, Andy “Captain Blue” Niekamp made the most amazing long-distance journey of his life. As he walked his home state through wilderness, farmland, small towns, big cities, rural and urban areas, he discovered Ohio in a way that can be only experienced on foot. Captain Blue‘s stories about the people and places, past and present will change the way you see Ohio. His beautiful photos and experiences will surely inspire you to hike the Buckeye Trail.

Location: 6:30PM at Salem Township Public Library - Morrow Library, 535 West Pike St. Morrow, Ohio 45152

Contact: Salem Township Public Library

Note: Andy Niekamp's book titled "Captain Blue on the Blue Blazes - The First Solo Thru-Hike of Ohio's 1,444 Mile Buckeye Trail" will be available for purchase.

April 7-8, 2018

BT Circuit Hike - Bedford Section

Contact: Jim Gilkey at 614-879-9912 ahead of time or at 740-277-8749 on the hike weekend.

Apr. 8, 2018

April Showers Hike - St. Marys Section

Register between 1-3pm at: Noble Township Hall

Sponsored by the Heritage Trails Park District

April 14-15, 2018

Old Mans Cave Section Work Weekend at Pretty Run

Description: New trail construction, re-benching of some existing trail tread, heavy trail maintenance, and vegetation management. We will leave for work at 8:30am and quit at 3:30pm.

Camping: Camping will be at Pretty Run property. Camping GPS coordinates 39.34987, -82.62431

Meals: Bring your own food and water.

Mapping: See the location for this event in Google Maps

April 17, 2018

Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail

Program: Thru-Hiking the Buckeye Trail: Things That Will Change the Way You See Ohio

Presenter: Andy Niekamp

Description: On an 88-day thru-hike of Ohio’s Buckeye Trail, Andy “Captain Blue” Niekamp made the most amazing long-distance journey of his life. As he walked his home state through wilderness, farmland, small towns, big cities, rural and urban areas, he discovered Ohio in a way that can be only experienced on foot. Captain Blue‘s stories about the people and places, past and present will change the way you see Ohio. His beautiful photos and experiences will surely inspire you to hike the Buckeye Trail.

Location: 6:30PM at Dayton Metro Library - Main Library, 2nd Floor Community Room, 215 E 3rd St, Dayton, OH 45402

Contact: More info

Note: Andy Niekamp's book titled "Captain Blue on the Blue Blazes - The First Solo Thru-Hike of Ohio's 1,444 Mile Buckeye Trail" will be available for purchase.

April 20-22, 2018

2018 BTA MorelFest

Location: BTA Barn near Deersville OH

Description: Come and Join us for a weekend of Hiking, Music, Food, Camping, and of course... Morels!!

Camping: Limited camping for a fee will be allowed at the BTA Barn.

Meals: Bring a dish to share for Saturday night's potluck supper. Sunday's pancake breakfast is free, but you must be a registered MorelFest attendee to attend. Bring your own food for all other meals.

Registration: The registration info will be available soon.

Additional Info: Visit the BTA Morel Fest page or the Facebook page for more info https://www.facebook.com/events/139449016771861/

NOTE: Depending on weather conditions, this event may be postponed until the weekend of May 4-6.

Contact: Muskingum Lakes Chapter at

April 21-22, 2018

Scioto Trail Section Work Weekend

Description: Re-benching the trail tread and heavy vegetation management between Davis Rd. and Pike Lake Dam. (Points 32-36, Feb 2102 Scioto Trail Section map). We will leave for work at 8:30am and quit at 3:30pm.

Camping: Camping will be at Pike Lake State Park.

Meals: Bring your own food and water.

Mapping: See the location for this event in Google Maps

April 26-29, 2018

2018 Buckeye TrailFest at Camp Oat'yOkwa

Location: Camp Oat'yOkwa in Hocking County OH

Contact: See the TrailFest web site for more details.

April 29, 2018

BTA Board Meeting

Location: 10:00AM - at Buckeye TrailFest, Camp Oat'yOkwa

Contact: President

May 5-6, 2018

BT Circuit Hike - New Straitsville and Old Man's Cave Sections

Contact: Jim Gilkey at 614-879-9912 ahead of time or at 740-277-8749 on the hike weekend.

May 5-9, 2018

Bowerston Section Work Week

Description: Vegetation management, clearing dead falls, and re-benching tread as needed on the north and south sides of Clendening lake. (Points 18-21)

Camping: Camping will be at the BTA Barn at Tappan Lake

Meals: TBD

Mapping: See the location for this event in Google Maps

May 12, 2018

Morchella, Vino and the Buckeye Trail - 2:00 to 4:00PM

Description: Hiking the Buckeye Trail, searching for Morel Mushrooms, and Wine! Well, we are putting all 3 together for this Event! Come and meet new people who share a love for the Outdoors, Wine and Morel Mushrooms. Raven's Glenn's Chef will be preparing 3 variations of Morel Mushrooms, (Morchella) as Appetizers, paired with Award Winning Wine. Come and Join us for an afternoon of great food, amazing wine; hear a presentation about the Buckeye Trail and our locally held Morelfest! Guest Speakers will be announced at a later date.

Location: Raven's Glenn Winery, 56183 County Road 143, West Lafayette, Ohio 43845

Additional Information: https://www.facebook.com/events/314786192342558/

Contact: Brandon Bates at

May 19-23, 2018

Stockport Section Work Week at AEP

Description: Re-benching the trail tread, Vegetation management, Paint blazes. We will leave for work at 8:00am and quit at 3:00pm

Camping: Camping will be at AEP's Hook Lake (Campground A) Camping GPS coordinates 39.72945, -81.70509. The portable hot shower will be available on site.

Meals: This is a chuck wagon event. Meals will be provided free (donations accepted) for the first 20 volunteers to sign up with Jay Holwick at by May 16, 2018. Please note: if you are arriving Friday, the Friday night meal is NOT included - please bring your own.

Mapping: See the location for this event in Google Maps

June 2-6, 2018

Akron Section Work Week at Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Description: Re-benching the trail tread as needed, heavy trail maintenance, and drainage clearing.

Camping: TBD

Meals: This is a chuck wagon event. Meals will be provided free (donations accepted) for the first 20 volunteers to sign up with Jay Holwick at by May 30, 2018. Please note: if you are arriving Friday, the Friday night meal is NOT included - please bring your own.

Mapping: See the location for this event in Google Maps

June 16-17, 2018

BT Circuit Hike - Bedford Section

Contact: Jim Gilkey at 614-879-9912 ahead of time or at 740-277-8749 on the hike weekend.

June 30-July3, 2018

Possible Trail Building Work Week

Description: Place holder for possible trail building work week

July 14-15, 2018

BT Circuit Hike - Old Man's Cave Section

Contact: Jim Gilkey at 614-879-9912 ahead of time or at 740-277-8749 on the hike weekend.

July 21-25, 2018

Road Fork/Whipple Sections Work Week

Description: Trail maintenance of the Road Fork and Whipple Section's off road areas. This will include chainsawing of downed trees, mowing, weed whacking, pruning, and possible freshening of blazes for a little over 30 miles in the heat of July. We will need all the help we can get. We will leave for work at 8:00am and quit at 3:00pm.

Camping: Camping will be at the Little Muskingum Watershed Association building, located at SR26 and Thomas Ridge Rd (T 88) Hot showers and flush toilets are available in the building. Donations to the LMWA for use of the facilities are appreciated. Camping GPS coordinates 39.54184, -81.22484

Meals: This is a chuck wagon event. Meals will be provided free (donations accepted) for the first 20 volunteers to sign up with Jay Holwick at by July 17, 2018. Please note: if you are arriving Friday, the Friday night meal is NOT included - please bring your own.

Mapping: See the location for this event in Google Maps

July 28-29, 2018

BTA Board Meeting

Location: 10:00AM - at the BTA Barn, Deersville, OH; meals will be provided

Contact: President

Aug. 4-8, 2018

Defiance Section Work Week at Independence Dam State Park and Toledo Metroparks at Providence or Farnswork Parks

Description: Clearing vegetation from about 3 miles of trail from Independence Dam State Park until the trail crosses the canal on a bridge.

Camping: TBD

Meals: Bring your own food and water.

Mapping: See the location for this event in Google Maps

August 18-19, 2018

BT Circuit Hike - Bedford Section

Contact: Jim Gilkey at 614-879-9912 ahead of time or at 740-277-8749 on the hike weekend.

September 8-9, 2018

BT Circuit Hike - Old Man's Cave Section

Contact: Jim Gilkey at 614-879-9912 ahead of time or at 740-277-8749 on the hike weekend.

Sept. 22-26, 2018

New Straitsville Section Work Week at Burr Oak State Park

Description: New Straitsville section trail maintenance week in preparation for the BTA's Run for Blue Blazes Trail Marathon on Oct 6th. We will leave for work at 8:30am and quit at 3:30pm.

Camping: We will be camping at the Burr Oak State Park Group campground near boat dock 3.

Meals: This is a chuck wagon event. Meals will be provided free (donations accepted) for the first 20 volunteers to sign up with Jay Holwick at by Sept. 18, 2018. Please note: if you are arriving Friday, the Friday night meal is NOT included - please bring your own.

Mapping: See the location for this event in Google Maps

Oct. 6, 2018

Run 4 Blue Blazes Marathon

Description: Run for Blue Blazes is organized by the Buckeye Trail Association (BTA) and supports the work of the Buckeye Trail. Participants can choose from four distances: Marathon (26.2 miles), Half Marathon (13.1 miles), 10K (6.2 miles) and 5K (3.1 miles).

Location: The race starts and ends in downtown Shawnee OH.

Information: Visit the Run 4 Blue Blazes web page for all the details. Registration is OPEN!

Oct. 13-17, 2018

Road Fork Section Work Week

Description: We will be building new trail along the north side of Caldwell Lake as well as heavy trail maintenance, vegetation management and bridge, puncheon or boardwalk construction near point 22.

Camping: TBD

Meals: This is a chuck wagon event. Meals will be provided free (donations accepted) for the first 20 volunteers to sign up with Jay Holwick at by Oct. 10, 2018. Please note: if you are arriving Friday, the Friday night meal is NOT included - please bring your own.

Mapping: See the location for this event in Google Maps

Oct. 20-21, 2018

Old Mans Cave Section - Work Weekend at Pretty Run

Description: New trail construction, re-benching of some existing trail tread, heavy trail maintenance, and vegetation management. We will leave for work at 8:30am and quit at 3:30pm.

Camping: Camping will be at the Pretty Run property. Camping GPS coordinates 39.34987, -82.62431

Meals: Bring your own food and water.

Mapping: See the location for this event in Google Maps

Oct. 27-31, 2018

West Union Section Work Week at Edge of Appalachia

Description: Continue building new trail in the beautiful 19,000 acre Richard and Lucile Durrell Edge of Appalachia Preserve. We will leave for work at 8:30am and quit at 3:30pm.

Camping: Near the maintenance building at 3223 Waggoner Riffle Rd. Camping GPS coordinates 38.74836, -83.46397

Meals: This is a chuck wagon event. Meals will be provided free (donations accepted) for the first 20 volunteers to sign up with Jay Holwick at by Oct. 24, 2018. Please note: if you are arriving Friday, the Friday night meal is NOT included - please bring your own.

Note: The portable hot shower will be available on site.

Mapping: See the location for this event in Google Maps

November 3, 2018

BTA Board Meeting

Location: 10:00AM - at Shawnee, OH

Contact: President

 

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