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A variety of trailblazers use the Alum Creek Trails: cross-country skiers, hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians.

Hikers and horse people enjoy the rugged northern reaches of the park. Over forty miles of trail wind along the lakeshore through mature beech-maple forests and across deep ravines. Riders must provide their own mounts. Primitive camping for horse people is provided on Howard Road. Pressurized water and a latrine are provided. In winter, cross-country skiing is permitted.

Directions: From Columbus, OH, Take US Route 36 east to Africa Road. Drive about 5 miles to Lewis Center Road. From here, trail users can go a variety of directions parking at developed facilities. Trails typically circle the lake.

Distance: 40 miles

Difficulty: Easy

 
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Alum Creek State Park, Ohio


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