Trek some of the most beautiful trails in the area. Enjoy the breathtaking views along a lakeshore, or the towering foliage on our wooded trails.
Located in the hardwood forest of the Ohio Valley, this course is aimed at developing team work and self confidence. Enjoy sensational moments of fun and pleasure in the middle of nature! This canopy challenge consists of different courses with various difficulty levels to accommodate your friends and family. It also includes spectacular zip lines going over ponds, creeks, and tree canopies.We are adding more zips and elements for increased fun!!! Come play and test yourself. May-Oct.
Barnesville Memorial Park features a newly renovated swimming pool, recently constructed main playground, swings, a gazebo, Albert S.
(I-70 Exit 208 to Rt. 149 south). 1,232 acres of rolling hills and woodlands. Year-round camping available with a shower house and electric.
The American Birding Association describes birding trails as driving routes linking birding locations. According to Birding magazine, birding trails serve as “gateways to conservation and adventure” by combining ecotourism and regional education.
Dysart Woods, a 50-acre tract of old-growth oak forest, is the largest known remnant of the original forest of southeastern Ohio.
Egypt Valley Wildlife Area is situated in the southeastern part of Ohio, in Belmont and Guernsey counties. The primary access through the area is Interstate 70 and Stare Route 800. Morristown is located 3 miles east of the wildlife area.
I-70 Exit 215 travel east on Rt. 40 to St.Clairsville. Turn left at 2nd light onto N. Marietta St. Turn right at stop sign onto Newell Ave. Turn left at stop sign onto N. Market St. Follow N. Market St. to ballfields.
Located in the northeast corner of St. Clairsville Memorial park. An approximately 1 mile long, wide, hilly, mulch-lined trail. Features of the trail include 2 small waterfalls, a new bridge, and plenty of wildlife.
(I-70 Exit 202 to Rt. 800 North, at Marina Rd.) One-mile northeast of Smyrna in the northwest corner of Belmont County. Marina near the tri-county corner.
Originally known as the First Ravine of the Raven Rocks by the early pioneers was named after the many ravens that used to nest in the overhanging ledges of the unusual, yet astonishing rock formation. Indians of the Ohio and Captina Creek Valley had left evidence of repeated visits here for over a period of 200 years, where they had set up camp and hunted in the fall and winter months.
Zion is an 800 + acre retreat and nature center with a 27-acre lake, various small fishing ponds, rustic and luxury cabins, 1.85-mile trail around the lake, stand-up paddle board and kayak rental, swimming area, playground, aqua zip, beach, sand vol