Trails maintained by Lorain County Chapter of OH Horsemens Council
The natural habitat at Charlemont includes meadows and fields, forest, and some wetland areas. There are many creek crossings, over the Buck and Charlemont Creeks, two headwater creeks flowing roughly south to north. Also along the trail, there are seven ponds, ranging from half acre to 2.1 acres. The trail runs from level to rolling through fields, and winds up and down hilly to short steep slopes through forested areas, along with a section of trail that was part of the old Ramsey Railroad bed that operated from 1914-1925.
7 miles of multi use trails. Day riding only. Mounting stone
Trail rating: Moderate – Rolling to hilly terrain; short steeper slopes; water crossings; irregular trail surface; narrower trail surface