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Pine Creek Trail

Contact Info
Wayne National Forest
6518 State Route 93
Pedro, OH 45659

Phone 1:
740-534-6500
Phone 2:
800-877-8339
Basics
Length:
17 miles
Difficulty:
Intermediate,
Difficult
Time:
7 - 8 hours

Description

The Pine Creek area of the Wayne National Forest provides some excellent opportunities for riding off-road vehicles (ORVs). This trail system provides approximately 17 miles of trails for off-road vehicle, hiking, and mountain bike use. Two other trail systems for off-road vehicles are provided on the Wayne NF. One trail system, Hanging Rock, is nearby. The other area, Monday Creek is north of Nelsonville, Ohio.

Camping is allowed at trailheads however the primary purpose of the trailheads is for parking. Be considerate of others and do not block access to roads, trails, or trailheads. Information on private campgrounds in the area can be obtained from the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce, 740-377-4550.

Remember, if you camp at the trailheads, you can build a campfire as long as you have a 10 foot clearance around it and put a ring around it with rocks. No bon fires are allowed. Fires must be extinguished before leaving camp. No standing or green trees may be cut. Check the bulletin boards to ensure no fire bans are in effect.

Details

Length:
17 miles
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Difficult
Time:
7 - 8 hours

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