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Camp Chase Trail

2.0 Miles
Moderate
3
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Trail added on:
January 23, 2018
Updated on:
January 23, 2020

Time to Hike: 1 hour

Dogs (leashed)

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The Camp Chase Trail at Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park in Grove City, Ohio is a moderate 2 mile one-way trail that weaves through the park from Wilson Road in Madison County over to Alton Road near Galloway Ohio. This trail is the west portion of the Ohio to Erie Trail, a multi-use recreation and transportation trail linking Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland. Metro Parks manages the Camp Chase Trail.

Dogs are also allowed on this trail.

Note: The entire Camp Chase Trail is 12.5 miles long and runs along the Ohio to Erie Trail; however, this is just a small section that passed through the Metro Park.


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95 '

Total Change
125 '

Ascent
72 '

Descent
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2.0 miles
Trail added
January 23, 2018
Updated on
January 23, 2020
2.0 miles
March 13, 2021
This trail has been re-routed through the park. The trail no longer goes through the parking lot, it is a lovely dedicated trail.
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