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Regional Trails

The Mid-Ohio Valley is home to hundreds of miles of trails. Now... Go explore!

Regional Trail Systems

Explore our local trail systems, or venture out a little farther to explore something new! There are multiple trail systems within an hour of our shop in downtown Marietta. Explore a large variety of trails from machine-made flow trails at Bailey's to the Finger Rock feature at Stroud's Run or the newly built NICA trail at North Bend.

Marietta City Trails

Starting downtown, check out our local Marietta City Trail Network!

With nearly 30 miles of groomed singletrack, it's the perfect place to ride for an hour after work, or for a full day of exploration. Also, check out the dirt jumps and paved pump track at Gunlock Park!

Wayne National Forest

The Marietta Unit of Wayne National Forest is home to 80 miles of rugged backcountry terrain, all a short drive from Downtown Marietta!

Mountwood Park

Located along Rt 50 near Parkersburg and a short drive from Downtown Marietta, Mountwood Park is home to 30 miles of beautiful singletrack!

Mountain bikers on trail

North Bend State Park

North Bend is home to a new machine-built trail created for the National Interscholastic Cycling Association. The park is also connected to the 72 mile long North Bend Rail Trail.

North Bend Trail Map

Mountain biker on trail

Stroud's Run State Park

Stroud's Run is home to nearly 25 miles of trails 10 minutes outside Athens, Ohio. The trails include rocks, roots, drops, natural jumps and views await you on this classic Southern Ohio singletrack system.

Stroud's Run Trail Map

Mountain biker on trail

Bailey's Trail System

Bailey's Trail System in Chauncey, Ohio currently has 26 miles of machine-made trail for riders of all skill levels. With new trails being built every year, there is a planned total of 88 miles of trails.

Bailey's Trail System Map

Regional Trail Maps

For the most up-to-date regional trail maps, download the MTB Project App, or search by region on the MTB Project website:

Want to get involved?

We have numerous cycling clubs and organizations in the immediate area. Click the button below to check those out and find a group to make friends, ride bikes, and give back to the cycling community.