Camp Tuscazoar Trails

Camp Tuscazoar
Boy Scout Road Northeast
Dover, Ohio 44622
Camp Tuscazoar website
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Camp Tuscazoar Trails
The camp is a privately owned Boy Scout camp, but the trails are open to the public. They just require you to sign in. No fees or permits are required.

There are separate mountain bike and equestrian trails. Hikers can use both of the trail systems, and there may be some hiker-only trails. Some trails are parallel to the Tuscarawas River but a considerable distance above it. Icky’s trail follows a creek through the woods for a good deal of its length. Most of the trails are very wooded and shady. There is a portable toilet and a hand-washing station and a museum. There are a few picnic tables, and a hilly lawn surrounds the West-side trails. I haven’t been on the East-side trails, so I’m not sure what’s there. There are about 3 miles of trails on the east side.
From Nancy O’Bryan

About Camp Tuscazoar
Camp Tuscazoar was founded 100 years ago by Scout leaders who recognized that the beauty and history of the land offered a valuable place for boys to learn, grow and become young men. Today, Camp Tuscazoar continues to serve scouts and other youth organizations under the guidance of the Camp Tuscazoar Foundation, an Ohio non-profit corporation. Camp Tuscazoar remains a popular outdoor location, drawing large numbers of weekend campers and hikers each year.
From Camp Tuscazoar website

Restroom on site, portable toilet.