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Beautiful trail.

We had 3 couples on our ride.we started in Killbuck. We parked in town, but then saw a parking lot... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Sharon O
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Great biking and walking trail

Very pretty scenery, and you share the path with Buggies. Very flat, easy to travel on terrain... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Jen C
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We had 3 couples on our ride.we started in Killbuck. We parked in town, but then saw a parking lot which is accessible off the main road from Millersburg. Surprising to me, you have to share the path with Amish buggies, which is not a...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Very pretty scenery, and you share the path with Buggies. Very flat, easy to travel on terrain. Well maintained and clean. Great places to stop and rest or take pictures.

Thank Jen C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We rode the Holmes County Trail from Fredericksburg to Kilbuck this morning - 30 miles round-trip. It's paved, wider than most trails, and surrounded by beautiful farmland. On top of that, we enjoyed birds singing and wildlife along the way. We were ready for lunch...More

Thank Jenny B
Reviewed April 14, 2018

Love walking on this paved, flat trail. It is a multi use trail used by walkers, bicycles, runners and Amish Buggies but no motorized traffic of any kind allowed so it makes for a nice, relaxing and at times scenic walk. I have walked from...More

1  Thank jmccoy2008
Reviewed July 15, 2017

This is a rails to trails Trail. On the parts I was on, it was well shaded by the trees. For the most part it was flat or a slight incline. One side is for walkers, runners and bikers, while the other side is reserved...More

Thank BurgerGus
Reviewed May 28, 2017

This trail consists of a horse side and a cycling side. It was fun to have Amish buggies pass us as we cycled. We rode to Fredrickburg and had lunch at Lems. Great sub sandwiches.

2  Thank Robert B
Reviewed May 13, 2017

I've never been on a rail trail that permitted buggies and that added to the charm of the trail. I love the rails-to-trails system but prefer a softer, gravel type trail. This trail is paved for many miles but it goes through beautiful country. I...More

1  Thank Checkmate75
Reviewed April 30, 2017 via mobile

Beautiful paved trail which has a lane for amish buggies. Plenty of those on the trail. Beautiful country scenery with the trail going through some small towns. Roughly 5 miles apart allowing opportunities to grab a bite to eat or a restroom stop. Mostly flat...More

Thank Kampingkeith
Reviewed October 30, 2016 via mobile

My wife and I biked the entire trail from fredericksburg to killbuck. This is one of our favorite trails to bike. This is our 4th time here. This is a shared trail with amish buggies and other horse drawn vehicles. One side is meant for...More

1  Thank Kampingkeith
Reviewed October 10, 2016

15 mile long trail from Fredricksburg to Killbuck,Ohio offering asphalt surface for bikes and walkers and chip and seal surface for Amish with their horse and buggy. Trail itself was quite flat and scenic with 4 deer spotted.Several horse droppings but no ghastly odor. Rode...More

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Lori R
September 24, 2017|
Response from Checkmate75 | Reviewed this property |
There are no signs anywhere that I saw prohibiting dogs of any kind and I passed on guy walking his dog on the trail. I'm sure they want you to clean up after them. Have fun it's a beautiful trail.