New off-road trail opens at Maumee State Forest


Staff Report



COLUMBUS – A recently developed single-track off-road vehicle trail at the all-purpose vehicle (APV) riding area on Maumee State Forest in northwest Ohio opened this month, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR).

“We are pleased to offer this new trail to off-road riding enthusiasts,” said Robert Boyles, ODNR’s state forester. “In addition to the new single-track trail, visitors will also be able to enjoy a recently constructed 24′ by 14′ picnic shelter house, made possible through the State Recreational Vehicle fund.”

On Sunday, the ODNR Division of Forestry, in partnership with the Toledo Trail Riders, opened the new trail, which is a ¾-mile section of single track added to the already established 7 miles of APV trails at Maumee State Forest. As part of the official opening, the Toledo Trail Riders hosted a “Laps for MS” off-road riding event to raise funds for those affected by multiple sclerosis (MS) in Ohio and southeast Michigan.

Staff Report