Trailhead begins at the end of Broadway Road in WilliamsburgConstruction on the second phase of the Williamsburg to Batavia Hike/Bike trail is well underway. This section of trail will connect the East Fork State Park campground with the existing trail, thereby connecting users to the Village of Williamsburg. The trail is different from the Little Miami Trail in that it shares roadway with vehicles in some places and other areas it is a separate trail. It also differs by making use of old roadways that were abandoned during the construction of Harsha Lake. So, riding your bike or walking down the trail will be more like taking a trip on an old country road. You will have hills to climb, fields to pass, creeks to cross, and the occasional car to share the road with you. Places to stop along the trail will include the East Fork River Valley overlook on the old Broadway trail section in Williamsburg, The Cain Run Creek bridge and waterfalls at the end of Williamsburg-Bantam Road, the wetland observation deck, and the lake overlook at the end of old Cain Run Road trail segment.
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Construction is scheduled to be completed in mid October. We ask that you please stay out of the construction site. With heavy equipment moving around the area is just not safe for visitors to take a look. Pictures showing the progress of the trail can be found on the trail’s facebook page . Trail opening information will be updated on the Park District’s website and facebook page, along with the trails facebook page.
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