Whether it's drifting along in a kayak, lining up a hole-in-one or pedaling your heart out, Trumbull County's outdoor excitement is a blast, naturally.
There are over 44,000 acres dedicated to outdoor recreation space within Trumbull County's borders, making it the sixth-largest outdoor recreational area in Ohio.
Explore and experience nature up close at state, county, and local park and recreation sites, where you'll find plenty of opportunities for birding, kayaking, hiking, bicycling, canoeing, boating, golfing, fishing, hunting, and camping.
This park boasts a sledding hill in the winter and a connector trail to the existing Turkey Run Trail that borders a portion of the east side of Mosquito Lake. This park is also a good location for hiking, walking, cross-country skiing, and nature observation.
Inside Mosquito Lake State Park, one-stop fishing shop selling fishing licenses, tackle, live bait, marine supplies, batteries, snacks, beverages, ice, and souvenirs. Launch ramp, boat and kayak rentals and the only water accessible fuel on the lake. Joe's Fast Food Island restaurant and summer concert schedule.
Multi-purpose, linear, paved trail has been designed for walking, hiking, biking and horseback-riding. Surrounded by nature, hikers, bicyclists, horseback riders, inline skaters and joggers can all enjoy this trail.
Kayak rental and livery service. Open Friday-Sunday, May-September. Kayak rentals are available by reservation (available online). Rentals include ride, boat, paddle, and life jacket. Choose from a short 3-mile or long 11-mile self-guided trip. Group-rates and shuttle services available.
This 32-acre park sits next to the Trumbull Campus of Kent State University and is the home of Young's Run Disc Golf Course. Free to the public, this playing area features a challenging 18-hole permanent course and an 18-hole tournament layout.
Ohio’s Storybook Trails bring books to life for children and families. Storybook Trails are lined with pages from a children’s book to blend the fun of outdoor exploration with reading. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources launched the Storybook Trail program in 2019 to promote the importance of literacy, a healthy lifestyle, and connecting with nature
Access from Howland Township Park.
Nearly 4,000-acre park with opportunities for boating, swimming, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, camping, hunting, picnicking, snowmobiling, ice fishing, cross-country skiiing, and birding.
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