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Beautiful views of sandstone outcroppings tucked within stands of beech, hickory, oak and maple.

Broken Rock Trail is a fairly short trail with good rewards. The trail is blazed with green markers and travels 2 miles round-trip through dense stands of beech, oak and maple. Some of the areas fine examples of sandstone outcroppings are seen on this loop trail. Deep ravines and one scenic overlook add interest to the hike.

Directions: From Chauncey, OH, Travel U.S. Route 33 onto Columbus Road. At the traffic light, turn left off Columbus Road onto North Lancaster Street. North Lancaster becomes Columbia Avenue. Continue on Columbia Avenue to the US 33 overpass. Columbia Avenue ends and Strouds Run Road (CR 20) continues over US 33. Travel about 2 miles to the park entrance. Lakeview and Broken Rock trails may be accessed from the picnic area. Park office provides trail maps.

Difficulty: Moderate

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Strouds Run State Park, Ohio

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