ReCreation Land–Bicentennial Campground and Buckeye Trail
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About Bicentennial Campground
The entrance to the Bicentennial Campground is located near the intersection of Township Highway 2 and Township Highway 13. The campground has water, picnic tables, and a latrine.
The campground is a trailhead for the Buckeye Trail which may be hiked in either direction from this location.
About ReCreation Land
ReCreation Land, managed by American Electric Power (AEP), is an outdoor recreation area in Guernsey, Morgan, Muskingum, and Noble counties built on land once strip mined for its rich coal deposits. AEP has received awards for this project from environmental and conservation groups for going above and beyond the legal requirements for land reclamation.
Hiking, biking, fishing, hunting, horseback riding, camping — all free for the public to enjoy on 58,800-acres of land in southeastern Ohio. AEP turned this former mining territory into a vibrant recreation area with over 63 million trees, 350 lakes and ponds stocked for fishing, 293 campsites. The 1400-mile Buckeye Trail also runs through this region.
Restroom on site, latrine. Restrooms at locations identified on ReCreation Land map.