With 2.5 million yearly visitors finding their way to the iconic 101-mile Towpath Trail running through the heart of the Canalway, the Ohio & Erie Canalway National Heritage Area team is thrilled to announce the celebration of its 25th anniversary.
As the leaves begin to change and cooler weather approaches, we’re reminded why fall is a Northeast Ohio favorite season. In this community, there’s an activity or experience for every member of your family to enjoy. Here are a few most-loved fun, fall family activities that will ensure fun for all!
Museums to theaters, and splendid homes to vast gardens: we’re thrilled to share some of the top historic places to visit along the 110 miles of the Ohio & Erie Canalway.
Summertime is the season for outdoor fun - whether it be family vacations, special events, or other festivities. With the warm weather, one thing we all enjoy is the water! In Northeast Ohio, there are numerous adventures to experience in the water. Here are seven spots to explore if you’re seeking a whimsical quest in or on the water!
Looking for a camping spot for your next bike or backpacking adventure along the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail? We’ve got you covered!
What makes the Towpath Trail and the Ohio & Erie Canalway special are the people who live and play on the trails every day. Today, we celebrate two amazing women from Akron, Kimberly Young and Bronlynn Thurman, and the community organization that was inspired by a need for inclusion in natural and recreational spaces.
With a national park, four park districts, and many wildlife refuges and other local parks, the opportunities for a beautiful summer hike in the Ohio & Erie Canalway National Heritage Area are literally all around us.
Whether you’re just starting on your hiking journey or a professional adventure seeker, the following parks and trails offer something for every skill level alongside some really beautiful scenery (if we do say so ourselves).
What makes the Towpath Trail and the Ohio & Erie Canalway special are the people who live and play on the trails every day. Today we celebrate local photographer and bicyclist Tim Fitzwater.