Map of the Holmes County Trail


Holmes County Trail

Holmes County Trail Ohio map area

Holmes County Trail


15.4 miles




Killbuck, Millersburg, Holmesville, Fredericksburg


rail trail, Ohio to Erie Trail, Ohio countryside, farmland, woodlands, historic railroad bridges


Mohican Valley Trail

Sippo Valley Trail


Ohio to Erie Trail

Regional Trails

The Holmes County Trail is a 15.4-mile long paved pathway that spans between Killbuck and Fredericksburg in Central Ohio. The trail was build along an abandoned railroad corridor and travels through beautiful Central Ohio countryside passing farms, woodlands and rural communities. This is the heart of the Amish Community in Ohio.

The Holmes County Trail is a section ofthe Ohio to Erie Trail system than spans between Cincinnati and Cleveland. The closest trails in the system are the Mohican Valley Trail, to the southwest, and the Sippo Valley Trail to the north east. Trail users must use local roads to reach these other sections of the Ohio to Erie Trail.


The Holmes County Trail is paved for the entire route and is open for bike riding, running and walking.


The Holmes County Trail goes past the following communities: Killbuck, Millersburg, Holmesville and Fredericksburg.

Points of Interest

The Holmes County Trail goes past the following points of interest:

Old Airport Park
Holmes County Fairgrounds
Holmesville Elementary School
Frederisksburg Elementary School
Nearby Trails

Mohican Valley Trail: this trail is 13.5 miles to the southwest of the Holmes County Trail.

Sippo Valley Trail: this trail is 18 miles northeast of the Holmes County Trail.

End Points

The southwest end of the Holmes County Trail is located along Main Street to the northwest of the Amish Country Byway in Killbuck.

The northeast end of the trail is located at W. Clay Street to the southwest of S. Mill Street in Fredericksburg.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Holmes County Trail in Central Ohio.