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Address: Fremont, OH
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Located on the Hayes estate, this path has gone from a supply road in 1812...

Located on the Hayes estate, this path has gone from a supply road in 1812 to a jogging path in the summer.

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Trail that runs through the estate of Rutherford Hayes

Our guide told us about the trail that ran through the estate grounds. It use to be an Indian trail and was also used by the US Military. On the estate grounds there are many... read more

Reviewed 20 August 2016
Diane K
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Reviewed 20 August 2016 via mobile

Our guide told us about the trail that ran through the estate grounds. It use to be an Indian trail and was also used by the US Military. On the estate grounds there are many trees with small plaques on them. When important people would visit Hayes - he would have them go out and hug a tree and then... More 

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Reviewed 22 June 2016

A portion of the Harrison Military Trail from the war of 1812 runs through the grounds of Spiegel Groive, the estate of President Hayes. It is a short paved path for walking or jogging near the Hayes tomb. The trail followed an earlier Indian Trail and connected Franklinton (present Columbus) with the forts along the Sandusky River and was Harrison's... More 

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