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Hiking is only part of the fun enjoyed at Independence Dam. Boating and fishing are major recreational attractions.

A three-mile hiking trail, once the towpath of the Miami and Erie Canal, offers the hiker a glimpse into the colorful past of Ohio's canal era. The trail meanders between the canal and the river through a dense hardwood forest. The three-mile access road through the park offers a scenic ride for bicyclists.

Directions: From Defiance, OH, Travel east along State Route 424 to reach the park office. Park provides maps to the towpath.

Distance: 3 miles

Difficulty: Easy

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Independence Dam State Park, Ohio

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