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Multi-use trails, including those open to cross-country skiers, explore a historic area of Ohio.

A one-mile portion of the Buckeye Trail passes through the park following the side cut canal. The trail continues on to the Village of Grand Rapids. A one-mile loop trail winds through the floodplain forest while an easy half a mile trail circles the day use area. Six miles of trails in the North Turkeyfoot Area may be used for backpacking, horseback riding or mountain biking. Cross-country skiers are welcome to use the path during snow covered winter days.

Directions: From Maumee, OH, Travel State Route 24 south to the main park entrance. Trail access available in day use areas. Park office provides map.

Distance: 8.5 miles

Difficulty: Easy/Moderate

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Mary Jane Thurston State Park, Ohio

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