Welcome to the Licking Park District: 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:

Trail Status-Trail Hotline (740)349-4823
Trail Status as of: 5/16/2015
Bike Trail Sign Installation: For the next several days, workers will be doing sign installation on the Panhandle Trail east of Newark and the TJ Evans bike trail between Granville and Johnstown. The bike trail will remain open, but you may encounter workers directing user traffic, work trucks and other vehicles on the bike trail. For your safety, please observe all signage and directions from workers on the trail. Thank you for your cooperation and patience. Trails at Infirmary Mound Park, Lobdell Reserve and Taft Reserve are currently OPEN to horses and all other users. Remember to Call before You Haul to the Trail Hotline at 740.349.4823 or check our Facebook page or website at LickingParkDistrict.com before heading out for the trails at any of our park locations. If you wish to receive email notifications of trail status changes, send us an email at lickingparkdistrict@Lcounty.com and we will add you to our trail status notification list!

Infirmary Mound Park: 6 miles of multi-purpose trails open to hikers, leashed pets, mountain bikers, and horses. Infirmary Mound Park Trail Map

Taft Reserve: 8 miles of multi-purpose trails open to hikers, leashed pets, mountain bikers, and horses. Taft Reserve Trail Map

Lobdell Reserve: 6 miles of multi-purpose trails open to hikers, leashed pets, mountain bikers, and horses. Lobdell Reserve Trail Map

Riverview Preserve: 3 miles of trails open to hikers.

Ohio Canal Greenway: 3.8 mile multi-purpose trail open to hikers, leashed pets, mountain bikes, and horses.

Morris Woods State Nature Preserve: 1.5 miles of trail open to hikers.