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Eight miles of earthen path affords exploration of the wooded hills and scenic valleys of the Dillon area

Visitors who enjoy nature study will find that Dillon's trails are pathways to discovery. The Ruffed Grouse Nature Trail is approximately 0.75-mile long and introduces the hiker to the varied habitats of the area. This trial is a branch of the 6-mile long Licking Bend Trail which skirts the lakeshore. Three other fascinating trails--Blackberry Ridge Trail (1 mile), King Ridge Loop (1.1 miles) and Hickory Grove Loop ( 1.5 miles) are located very near the camping and cottage area.

Directions: From Zanesville, OH, Take State Route 146 / Newark Road northwest several miles passing the USACE dam. Park entrance is ahead on the left.

Distance: 8 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

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Dillon State Park, Ohio

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