Hunt House Trailhead

Information kiosk stands to the right of a gray trail that crosses a road to a small white house.
Hunt House is across the road from the trailhead parking lot.

NPS / Arrye Rosser

Quick Facts
2054 Bolanz Road, Peninsula, Ohio 44264
Hunt House is part of Everett Historic District, an example of a crossroads hamlet common in rural America.
Industrial Heartland Trail Network; Buckeye Trail; Ohio to Erie Trail; Ohio and Erie Canal District, Everett Historic District, Valley Railway Historic District; Ohio and Erie Canalway National Heritage Area

Audio Description, Baby Changing Station, Benches/Seating, Information - Maps Available, Information Kiosk/Bulletin Board, Parking - Auto, Picnic Table, Recycling, Restroom, Restroom - Accessible, Toilet - Flush, Trailhead, Trash/Litter Receptacles, Water - Bottle-Filling Station, Water - Drinking/Potable, Wheelchair Accessible

Hunt House is in the village of Everett, a type of rural crossroads community that was once common across America. Family-friendly exhibits at Hunt House explore village life and the lives of wild plants and animals.

The trailhead is also a jumping off point to explore further along the Towpath Trail. From Hunt House continue a quarter mile north to Lock 27 for another peek into the crossroads community. Beaver Marsh, popular for wildlife watching, is three-quarters of a mile south.

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Last updated: November 7, 2021