Travels from Johnstown, through Alexandria and Granville, and into Newark
Travels through Heath, past Irving Wick Drive, south to Rt 40/National Road at Lakewood Schools
Many of these trails in Newark and Heath have spur trails that travel to places like the OSU-Newark Campus, Everett Park and Hoback Park.
If you would like to have a hard copy of the Licking County Recreational Trail Map, you can pick one up at the Park District office, at kiosks along the bike trails, or you can call or email the Licking Park District to request your copy.
Contact us at 740.587.2535 or by email at: Info@LickingParkDistrict.com
Licking Park District Natural Surface Park Trails
Several parks feature miles of trails for everything from relaxing walks to healthy adventure! We invite you to grab your friend, your pet, your family, or just your camera and explore these trails:
Infirmary Mound Park: 7 miles of multi-purpose trails open to hikers, leashed pets, mountain bikers, and horses.
Click here for Infirmary Mound Park map
(The Fairy Trail is located on the Wildflower Trail northeast of Mirror Lake, May through September)
Taft Reserve: 8 miles of multi-purpose trails open to hikers, leashed pets, mountain bikers, and horses.
Click here for Taft Reserve Trail Map
Lobdell Reserve: 8 miles of multi-purpose trails open to hikers, leashed pets, mountain bikers, and horses.
Click here for Lobdell Reserve Trail Map
Riverview Preserve: 3 miles of trails open to hikers.
Ohio Canal Greenway: 2.8 mile multi-purpose trail open to hikers, leashed pets and mountain bikers.
Click here for Ohio Canal Greenway Map
Morris Woods State Nature Preserve: 1.5 miles of trail open to hikers only. No pets permitted (except assistance animals).
Click here for Morris Woods SNP Map