The Tri-County Trail Association is a non-profit, private membership organization which maintains a 5-acre horseman’s campground and 50 miles of bridle trails on land owned by the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District and private land owners in Stark County. Four bridle trails pass through a wide variety of terrains from wooded hills and valleys, reclaimed lands with secondary growth, open meadows and farm lands. The trails are, for the most part, primitive, single-track with natural surfaces. There are hills with long or steep climbs, many water crossings and marshy areas. The trailhead is an open grassy area with lots of trees for shade, high lines, tie rails, stock water, restrooms and a picnic shelter.
Day-use trail riding is free and there is a $5 donation for overnight camping for non-members. There are many overnight camp spots, but are reserved for members only who have paid for the site. More information on the Tri-County Trail Association can be found at www.tri-cotrails.com
Trails will be very muddy when heavy rain occurs.
Trail rating: moderate