Hiking, biking, or enjoying a stroll through nature awaits your journey on one of the many trails available in Tuscarawas County.
9500 Lakeview RD NE, Mineral city
30-343-6780 | atwoodpark.mwcd.org
Atwood Lake Park has a new Welcome Center, over four miles of trails, a dog park, an observation tower, and a geocaching trail for visitors.
Newcomerstown & Stoncreek
330-374-5657 | ohioeriecanal.org
The Buckhorn Creek Trail is an eight mile, limestone surfaced trail. It runs from Newcomerstown to Stone Creek, parallel to Stonecreek Rd. Trail access can be found where College St. becomes Stonecreek Rd.
6066 Boy Scout Rd ne, dover
330-859-2288 | tuscazoar.org
Camp Tuscazoar, a former Boy Scout Camp, has over 600 acres of forested hills and valleys along the Tuscarawas River. It features miles of hiking trails and new Mountain Bike trails for beginners and experienced visitors alike.
Dundee-Wilmot RD NW
Dundee Falls are a part of the Beach City Wildlife Area. Numerous hiking trails provide access to the Upper and Lower falls. Also, it is a designated rock climbing location by the Ohio Rock Climbers Association.
Conversation Dr., Dover
330-339-7976 | normajohnsocenter.com
The Norma Johnson Center is located three miles west of I-77 off State Route 39. It is home to 303 acres, three trails, and numerous ponds. They host many events throughout the year.
Bolivar through New Philadelphia
330-365-3278 | tuscparks.com
When completed, the Ohio & Erie Towpath trail will run 101 miles from Cleveland through New Phila. In Tuscarawas County, the developed trail leads from the Aquaduct Bridge to Fort Laurens State Memorial, to the Canal Lands Park, then to State Route 800 and beyond. Parking available.