Ohios Buckeye Trail Through Sinking Spring

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Ohio's Buckeye Trail Through Sinking Spring

Ohio's Buckeye Trail Through Sinking Spring

State Route 124,
        Sinking Spring, Ohio 45172

The Sinking Spring section offers some beautiful scenery and hiking as it's northern half passes through Pike State Forest. Almost 24 miles of the trail passes through the forest or adjoining Pike State Park, utilizing forest roads, abandon dirt roads and plain old trail. Plenty of facilities are available in the park.

After crossing SR 41, the trail enters the Fort Hill historical area, site of a Hopewell Indian ceremonial mound built 2000 years ago. A side trail leads to the mound atop the hill. Nearby is Butler Springs Christian Center, site of several BTA Annual Meetings, including 1999. The Buckeye Trail continues through Fort Hill on trails before finally going on roads.

After passing through Sinking Spring, the trail goes by another Indian mound at Serpent Mound. South of SR 32 are several miles of trail, over Tolle Hill, through Davis Memorial and near Mineral Springs Lake.


  • Closest City: Fort Hill
  • Region: Southeast
  • Category: Things to Do
  • Sub-Category: Outdoor Adventure, Attractions

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