The Blanchard River Water Trail is a 37.6 mile waterway that was named a State Water Trail by ODNR, providing 11 public access points throughout the trail, allowing paddlers to get out and explore Findlay and Hancock County.
The Blanchard River Water Trail provides 11 public access points from which paddlers can get out and explore Hancock County’s rural areas as well as enjoy views of the city of Findlay.
Access Points for the Blanchard River Water Trail are: Blanchard River Nature Preserve, Island Park, Jackson Landing, Riverbend Recreation Area, Eastpoint Area, Zonta Landing, Waterfalls Area, Riverside Landing, Great Karg Well Historical Site, Liberty Landing, and Blanchard Landing.
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