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Volunteers clean up trails at Paint Creek State Park

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BAINBRIDGE – A gaggle of volunteers lead by Chillicothe Trails, a non-profit devoted to making sure high-quality trails regionally, just lately cleared the pathways at Paint Creek State Park.

Chillicothe Trails teamed up with Central Ohio Mountain Biking Group (COMBO), Nice Seal Mountain Bike Volunteers, Ross County Park District, and Bainbridge Connections to clear mountain biking and mountain climbing trails at Paint Creek State Park on Sept. 27. 

A trail at Paint Creek State Park which was recently cleared by a group of volunteers.

Twenty 9 volunteers got here from Chillicothe, Columbus, Cincinnati, Bainbridge, and Hillsboro, to clear many miles of trails at Paint Creek State Park Campground on Taylor Highway simply exterior Bainbridge. 

A type of volunteering was retired park ranger, Butch Peabody, who just lately returned to Paint Creek State Park to clear trails that he initially laid out and constructed over 25 years in the past. 

“It isn’t well-known, however Paint Creek was the primary mountain bike path at a State Park in Ohio. We had trails constructed simply earlier than Alum Creek trails in Columbus,” stated Peabody.  “It’s nice to see so many individuals come out and get the paths actually accessible for our guests.”

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