Experience Our Beautiful Appalachian Trails

Welcome to the Baileys Trail System! Located in the Appalachian foothills of Southeast Ohio, the Baileys will offer 88 miles of trails for every level of rider. Phase 2 construction wrapped up in Fall 2020 with 26 total miles on the ground, and another 5 miles of Phase 3 trails are set to open in 2021. The Baileys is built for all skill levels of cyclists, hikers, runners, adaptive athletes, hunters, and nature enthusiasts. Two trailheads are currently open--the Chauncey-Dover Park Trailhead and the Doanville-York Trailhead--with a third trailhead to be constructed in Buchtel. Grab a map and discover the Baileys Trail System on your public lands.

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Our Regional Impact

The Baileys Trail System is truly connecting the small villages and cities of Athens County, Ohio. In doing so, it’s opening up the area’s unique culture and personality to visitors and locals alike. The end result will be increased spending in the region and a strengthening of the local economies in Southeast Ohio.

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Wayne National Forest

The Wayne National Forest is a patchwork of public land that covers a quarter of a million acres of Appalachian foothills. In 2017, the Forest approved the Baileys Trail System and has been working with partners to finance and implement the project that promises to open up the area's natural beauty in a way that's never been available before.

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