Slippery Elm Trail Wood County Park District

Slippery Elm Trail is a 13-mile asphalt multi-use trail between Bowling Green and North Baltimore.

Access points at Sand Ridge Rd., Gypsy Lane Rd., Portage Rd., Mermill Rd., Freyman Road, and East Broadway (North Baltimore).
Open daily from sunrise to 30 minutes past sunset.

The Slippery Elm Trail (SET), opened in 1995, is a premiere multi-use trail in northwest Ohio. This 13-mile trail is open for walking, bicycling and in-line skating. Trail users are asked to park at designated locations. Parking and access points are available at various intersections along the Trail. The Cricket Frog Cove and the Rudolph Savanna areas are accessible from the SET and provide trail users the opportunity for activities such as hiking, bird watching and youth fishing.

Bike fix-it stations are located at every depot along the Slippery Elm Trail.

Sponsorship opportunities of various trail sections are available. Contact Park District Headquarters for more information (419) 353-1897.


Planning a big group ride, or other extraordinary use? Please submit a Special Use Permit.

Click here for a Special Use Permit.

Find Park District Rules & Regulations here.