Sponsored By The Buckeye Trail Assocation
What’s to like about Northwest Ohio? ▪ Walking the trails followed by Ohio’s early pioneers: Mad Anthony Wayne and Johnny Appleseed ▪ Walking beside peaceful canal waters ▪ Learning about the area that was once called the “Great Black Swamp” ▪ Seeing the sand dunes in Oak Openings and the native forest trees at Groll Woods ▪ Walking the trail that was once used by the CannonBall Express ▪ Learning about the renovations on the Miami Erie Canal at Lockington, St. Marys and New Breman • and so much more!
Buckeye TrailFest would not be made possible without the kindness of our friends, members and local business partners. Sponsors and donors allow us to provide a reasonably priced event to all participants. For more information visit the Sponsors page.
Get involved and help out the 2015 BTA Silent Auction! All proceeds will benefit the BTA and may be tax deductible.
Volunteers are needed for a variety of tasks during the event and help make Buckeye TrailFest a success. If you are interested in volunteering please contact Deb Zampini at .
The Buckeye TrailFest Committee is happy to answer your questions. Please feel free to contact us at the email addresses below.
|TrailFest Coordinator||Deb Zampini|
|TrailFest Co-Chair||Elizabeth Debraal|
|TrailFest Co-Chair||Sam Bonifas|
|Campground Host||Bob Morecki|
|Hiking Trip Coordinator|
|Merchandise Sales, Store Manager||Barry Unger|
|Publicity - Facebook|
|Program Coordinator||Deb Zampini|
|Registration – Pre-Registration||Rose Ann Kay|
|Registration – On-Site||Connie Pond|
|Silent & Live Auction||Linda Paul|
|Sponsorship/Monetary Donations||Andrew Bashaw|
|Volunteer Coordinator||Bob Morecki|
|Web Site||Darlene Karoly|
Join us for led and self led hikes on the Buckeye Trail
and other trails. All skill levels—easy, moderate, difficult.
Join a trail crew and help build a section of trail.
Learn from the best.
Attend the Buckeye Trail Association business meeting.
Learn how you can help.
Meet hikers and trail maintainers from around the state.
Never hike alone again!