Wabash Cannonball Trail

The WABASH CANNONBALL TRAIL is a 66 mile, multi-use recreational trail in Northwest Ohio. It provides non-motorized access to hikers, bikers, equestrians, and cross-country skiers.

PARTNERS

The trail is owned and managed by six entities. Click here for information on the trail partners.

UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

The Wabash Cannonball Trail will be closed to all activity from the Lucas/Fulton county line to State Route 109 in Delta. We anticipate that section of the trail will be closed until late fall. During this time there will be truck traffic, construction and paving activity that makes the trail unsafe for use. The recommended detour would be the first east/west road south of the trail (Fulton county road EF). Thank you for your cooperation.

DONATE

Your donations are essential to helping us maintain the trail. Please click here to DONATE.

The WABASH CANNONBALL TRAIL is a 66 mile multi-use recreational trail in Northwest Ohio. It provides non-motorized access to hikers, bikers, equestrians, and cross-country skiers. The 12 foot wide trail surface varies within the different jurisdictions, from asphalt to hard packed cinder ballast. The trail is a part of the nationwide movement to rejuvenate former railroad corridors into linear parks where people can enjoy the beauty and solitude of the outdoors while also providing a safe alternate mode of transportation between towns and villages along the route.