Kokosing River–Newcastle Township Road 423 Access

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Kokosing River–Newcastle Township Rd. 423 Access
Coordinates: 40.3608195, -82.1609612
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About Newcastle Township Road 423 Access
The road ends on both sides of the river, there is no bridge. Access the river on the left. The Mohican River joins the Kokosing on river left at this last trail site to form the Walhonding River. Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District lands are open to the public for walking, hunting, and fishing. This area floods readily in high water.

About Kokosing River Water Trail
In June of 2005, the Kokosing River was designated the first water trail in Ohio by the state. The park district provided demonstrable leadership in the designation process in serving as the local sponsor and providing coordination between communities and government agencies that own or manage paddler access sites on the river. Access sites along the Kokosing occur at Riverside Park and Memorial Park in Mount Vernon; Kokosing Gap Canoe Access (Lower Gambier Road); Laymon Road Bridge and Big Run Road in Gambier; Pipesville Road Bridge in Howard; Millwood Road in Millwood, Riley Chapel Road at Bat Nest Road Access and at the confluence (Township Road 423) with the Mohican River. Do not park at Zuck Road – there is no public access and you will be towed by the landowner.”
From Kokosing River Water Trail pamphlet

About Kokosing River Water Trail
In June of 2005, the Kokosing River was designated the first water trail in Ohio by the state. The park district provided demonstrable leadership in the designation process in serving as the local sponsor and providing coordination between communities and government agencies that own or manage paddler access sites on the river.

Access sites along the Kokosing occur at Riverside Park and Memorial Park in Mount Vernon; Kokosing Gap Canoe Access (Lower Gambier Road); Laymon Road Bridge and Big Run Road in Gambier; Pipesville Road Bridge in Howard; Millwood Road in Millwood, Riley Chapel Road at Bat Nest Road Access and at the confluence (Township Road 423) with the Mohican River. Do not park at Zuck Road – there is no public access and you will be towed by the landowner.
From Kokosing River Water Tail (Knox County Park District) webpage

No restroom facilities.