Western Reserve Greenway Trail–Station Street Trailhead
Rock Creek, Ohio 44084
Western Reserve Greenway Trail (Ashtabula County) webpage
Also, see Western Reserve Greenway Trail
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Station Street Trailhead, also knows as Rock Creek Runaround, is located in the Village of Rock Creek. Take OH-45 to the flashing light at the intersection of Main Street. Travel approximately .5 miles east of OH-45 to the intersections of Jefferson Street (Footville-Richmond) and turn left. Make a quick right onto Liberty Street and continue around the curve on Station Street. Parking is available along Railroad Street.
About Western Reserve Greenway Trail in Ashtabula County
The Western Reserve Greenway is 43 miles in length, and Ashtabula County is home to 27 of the miles. The trail begins next to West Avenue, across from the ODOT garage, in Ashtabula City and then south below Orwell. From there, the trail proceeds to Champion, just north of Warren.
The Western Reserve Greenway is the former PennCentral right-of-way which was closed in April 1976. The line at one time was also known as the USRA 714 rail line. The right-of-way, which served industry then, is now set to help serve the recreational needs of Ashtabula County.
The Ashtabula County MetroParks secured a 15-year lease agreement with the current property owner, the State of Ohio. The lease, signed by Governor George Voinovich in late May 1997 and recorded in the Ashtabula County courts, authorizes construction of the Western Reserve Greenway on the Ashtabula portion of the former 714 roadbed.
From Western Reserve Greenway Trail (Ashtabula County) webpage
Restrooms at trailheads, portable toilets.