Biking

Petros Lake Park and Trails

Picnic, play, hike, and fish on 127 acres of water and rolling meadows at Petros Lake Park! You’ll find two covered picnic shelters, a sand volleyball court, a loop trail around the lake, and several short nature trails. Both shelters include picnic tables, grills, electricity, and horseshoe courts.  The park is also home to a […]

Pioneer Trail

The 1.34 mile Pioneer Trail connects Market Ave. to Cleveland Ave. in Canton.  It begins near Rt. 62 and Market Ave. and travels west through Canton City’s Weis Park and along the perimeter of the Malone University Campus before ending at Cleveland Ave.  The grassland habitat features several inclines and declines on a crushed limestone […]

Sandy Valley Trail and Waynesburg Park Loop Trail

Explore southeastern Stark County in Waynesburg! A section for hiking and biking travels around the Waynesburg Village Park Loop Trail with a playground, picnic shelter, and basketball court next to the parking area.  It then continues across Rt. 183 and travels .76 mile on a limestone trail from West St. to Greer St. following an […]

Sippo Lake Park

Hike, bike, fish, and paddle at Sippo Lake Park! Trails line the shoreline, loop through the wetlands and forests, and connect the three different park entrances. With 300 acres to explore, plenty of options for self-guided activities, plus scheduled programs, Sippo Lake Park is an exciting destination for a full day of fun. This great […]

Sippo Valley Trail

Bike, hike, walk, or jog over 10 miles between Massillon and Dalton in Wayne County, ending just north of Rt. 30. The Sippo Valley Trail also connects to the Towpath Trail at the west side of Tremont Ave. in Massillon. An asphalt trail surface transitions to limestone between Skyland Ave. and Deerfield Ave. The flat, […]

Stark Electric Railway Trail

Take a journey back in time along the route of the former Stark Electric Railway trolley. This 1.2 mile paved, urban trail is lined with ginkgo, crabapple, maple, hawthorn, and honey locust trees, and offers rest areas at several SARTA bus stops.

West Branch Trail

Pass several of Canton’s biggest tourist attractions as you walk or bike along this 4.5 limestone trail connecting West Park, the former Mother Goose Land, Waterworks Park, Monument Park, Stadium Park, Ink Park, and Covered Bridge Park. The trail follows the West Branch of the Nimishillen Creek. Hit the trail with your pet! Just remember […]