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View one Ohio's Wild and Scenic rivers along this 21-mile hike.

Paralleling the north bank of the Little Beaver Creek, the 21-mile Sandy Beaver Trail follows the route of the former Sandy and Beaver Canal. Maintained by a local Boy Scout troop, the trail offers sights of sparkling water, impressive sandstone outcroppings, historical canal locks, and a good opportunity to see wildlife. Birdlife is plentiful along the creek -- everything from kingfishers to herons to songbirds. Resident wildlife includes white-tailed deer, raccoons, and of late, several black bear sightings.

Directions: From East Liverpool, OH, Take Route 30 to SR 7 (west of East Liverpool) and travel 2 miles turning right (east) onto Bell School Road. Signage carries you into the park. Park office supplies trail maps.

Elevation: 800 feet

Difficulty: Moderate

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Beaver Creek State Park, Ohio

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