In June 2017, “Paddle Ohio” came to the Mahoning River Water Trail in Trumbull County! The largest turn-out in the state!


…3.66 miles from  Swift Park, 870 Benedict-Leavittsburg Road Leavittsburg (off Rt. 82) to Leavittsburg’s Canoe City section of the Mahoning River’s Water Trail.

Sun. July 9 Mahoning River Water Trail, meet at Canoe City MetroPark, 74 North Leavitt Rd. (just off Rt. 5) in Leavittsburg at 11:30 AM. A shuttle to Swift Park will be provided.

Visit: for details and registration information

Trumbull Canoe Trails and the “Friends” assisted the ODNR.

Mahoning River Water Trail information at:

 Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR)

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) is offering a series of Paddle Ohio canoe floats this summer to promote paddling on Ohio’s state-designated wild, scenic and recreational rivers, water trails and select state park lakes.

ODNR Commemorative pins:

The Paddle Ohio program rewards individuals with a commemorative pin each time they paddle four different Ohio wild, scenic and recreational rivers, water trails or select state park lakes. To participate in the program, paddlers may submit information about their paddling trips on the Paddle Ohio registration form at ODNR will mail pins to qualifying individuals at the end of the 2017 boating season. Pins are available for paddlers who paddle four, eight, 12, 16 and up to a maximum of 20 different segments of designated Paddle Ohio waters.

ODNR maps, information, events :

Maps and more information about Ohio’s scenic rivers and water trails are available from the ODNR Division of Parks and Watercraft on the Paddle Ohio website. Although people are encouraged to paddle at their convenience, a number of scheduled events are planned throughout the summer, including floats on Stillwater/Greenville Creek, Little Miami, Maumee, Mahoning and Mohican state scenic rivers. For more information about the events, including registration and possible time changes or float cancellations, visit