Hiking, Backpacking and Camping
There are over 1444 miles of trail on the Buckeye Trail passing through public and private land. Come out and hike through one of the States 88 parks or the Cuyahoga National Park in the Akron Section.
The Buckeye Trail includes bike paths, foot trials, county and state roads, as well as city streets. Plan your next cycling trip on the Buckeye Trail.
The public nature of the Buckeye Trail lends itself to those that enjoy Geocaching. There are many caches located on and near the Buckeye Trail.
The Buckeye Trail goes through swamps, earthquake faults, a continental divide (twice), and the site of a meteor hit to name a few geological areas of Ohio.
Plan your next wilderness survival trek through one of the State parks such as Shawnee or Burr Oak Sate Parks.
Many of the 130 scout merit badges can be earned on or near the Buckeye Trail such as: American Cultures, Archaeology, Bird Study, Citizenship in the Community, Climbing, Environmental Science, Fish and Wildlife Management, Forestry, Indian Lore, Insect Study, Mammal Study, Nature, Orienteering, Personal Fitness, Photography, Plant Science, Railroading, Reptile and Amphibian Study, Soil and Water Conservation, Surveying, Weather to name a few.