This foldable map of the Licking County Trails is designed for ease of use
and compliments new planned kiosks along various trails.
It reflects our research into the area, and
suggestions from actual trail users. There are
corresponding panel match lines on the county
overview map that reflect the panel numbers
on the back. The panels include the route
name, mileage, panel lines, and are color
coded. The map also shows cross streets, parking,
bike shops, potable water, kiosks, and areas of interest
so that the user can easily explore the area and our trail system.
With the conclusion of the
Multi-Use Trail project an abundance of support was expressed towards different trail sections. As
it suggests, opportunities must be explored when the chance arises. Currently the desire to
extend the Goosepond trail to the Health Department, complete with parking and trailhead facilities,
has been expressed.
Currently the Newark City Engineer’s office is planning the replacement/rework of the Ohio Street Bridge. This bridge
is a main component of the “Newark Sewer Project to Riverview Preserve” as listed in the 2014
Licking County Multi-Use Trail Plan and has been renamed ‘Riverview Trail’ for this plan. This plan
will identify the deficiencies and efficiencies of trail construction and identify the alignment of the
trail in coordination with key players.