The Buckeye Trail reaches its most southerly point on the trail in the section, dipping to withing two miles of the Ohio River. The trail primarily follows back roads alongside several small streams. The only town directly on the trail is Bentonville, but a larger city of Manchester lies only two miles off the trail. As the trail continues westward, the hills begin to flatten a bit and more farmland appears. After fording a stream twice, the section ends near Grant Lake.
|29||Hauke Rd at East Entrance to White Oak Covered Bridge (Closed to traffic)
This covered bridge is a well-preserved example of laminated bow arch construction, claimed rare. BT continues NW on Hauke Rd. In 1300', BT continues E across US-68 onto New Hope-White Oak Station Rd, after 150' passing Main St (exits N), after 450' passing New Hope-McKinley Rd (exits SE). BT continues generally E past Goose Run Rd (6800', exits E), crosses an unnamed stream (960'), crosses Goose Run (1000') and passes Stephan Rd (3300' exits E). In 1200', BT leaves New Hope-White Oak Station Rd and turns NW onto Beckelheimer Rd
|31||Beckelheimer Rd at Barricade before Brown Covered Bridge
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