North Coast Inland Trail


Bellevue to Elmore (28 miles)



Hours: 8:00 am - dark

Locations to access the trail:

Bellevue Access  Tea Kaufman Homestead  2091 C.R. 292, Bellevue, OH  44811

ClydeAccess  222 Main St, Clyde, OH  43410 at the Maple St intersection in downtown Clyde
Fremont:  East Side Biggs-Kettner Park, 601 Saint Joseph St, Fremont, OH  43420
                Walsh Park, 610 Morrison St, Fremont, OH  43420
                Rodger Young Park, 1111 Tiffin St, Fremont, OH  43420
                The intersection of Park Ave & Hayes Ave
                Mosser Group Park, 1630 Walter Ave, Fremont, OH  43420.  
                 Shelter at this location may now be reserved.


                  To reserve the shelter, click on "Register Online - Facilities" at the top of the page, or call 419-334-4495
                  $50 Sandusky County Residents, $75 non-county residents
                  Site includes 10 picnic tables, portable toilet, water fountain (depending on time of year)
WendelleMillerPark, 240 S. Main St, SR 590, Lindsey, OH  43442
WalterOryPark, SR 51, Elmore, OH  43416

Description & History: This 28 mile inactive rail line was converted to paved hike/bike path with Ohio Department of Transportation funding. The path is open year-round for walking, jogging, bicycling, in-line skates, strollers, - no motorized vehicles permitted (except handicap assistance vehicles). 
The 6.5 Mile section from Maple St,
Clyde to Smith Rd, Fremont opened Sept 28, 1997
A 5 Mile section runs from
Smith Rd, Fremont to the intersection of Park Ave & Hayes Ave, then utilizes city streets through Fremont to Walter Ave.
10.5 Mile section from
Walter Ave, Fremont to Lindsey to Elmore was acquired March 31, 1997, opened Oct 12, 2008. This section is also part of the Buckeye Trail.
4.75 Mile section from Maple St, Clyde to C.R. 177, Bellevue, opened Oct 11, 2012. 

Information on Adopt-a-Trail Program (currently full)

Information on Volunteer Trail Patrol


Activities: Birding, Biking, Hiking, Metal Detecting, Picnicking, Picnic Shelters, Skating


Click on the map to download a printable .pdf version.
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Click on the map to download a printable .pdf version.
(The maps are .pdf files. Click here to download the latest adobe reader.)

Rollie Jordan was a great supporter of the bike trail development and he was instrumental in making the trail a reality. The location referred to in the poster below is the C.R. 292 parking lot.