Horseback Riding

Congressman Ralph Regula Towpath Trail Park

Enjoy 26 miles of the iconic Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail in Stark Parks! Begin your hiking or biking adventure at any one of the 14 trailheads. The shady, flat terrain parallels the Tuscarawas River through deciduous forests and rural and urban landscapes. Stop for a picnic at Lock 4, Lake Ave., John Glenn […]

Olde Muskingum Trail

Enjoy hiking and biking on the 5.7 mile limestone surface trail or horseback riding on the wide compacted grass berm with mounting blocks. This scenic route follows along the western edge of the Tuscarawas River near the Ohio & Erie Canal and parallels an active railroad from Canal Fulton to Jackson Township. Parking, including space […]

Quail Hollow Park

Feedback from a Community Survey and Public Meetings was used to put together a Master Plan for Quail Hollow Park. Chapter 1 – Introduction Chapter 2.1 – Background Information Chapter 2.2 – Background Information Chapter 3 – Needs Assessment Chapter 4.1 – Master Plan Chapter 4.2 – Master Plan Chapter 4.3 – Master Plan Chapter 5 […]

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 […]

Walborn Reservoir

Nearly 1,800 acres of terrain and open water are your playground! Horseback riding, hiking, fishing, and boating adventures await you at the picturesque Walborn Reservoir, just miles from Alliance and Canton. Natural surface trails take you through pine woods, oak and hickory forests, and wildflower areas.  A designated equestrian area provides ties, mounting blocks, and […]

Whitacre Greer Park

Whitacre Greer Park is your Stark County destination for horseback riding! This park encompasses 2,000 acres reserved exclusively for equestrians. The rolling acreage features deciduous forests, farm fields, and a small pond at the entrance to the property.  Fishing is not permitted. The Stark and Carroll Chapters of the Ohio Horseman’s Council and the Tri-County […]