Ohio Scenic Byway

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Ohio Scenic Byways
Ohio Byway marker
System information
Formed: September 16, 1998 (1998-09-16)[1]
Highway names
Interstates: Interstate X (I-X)
US Routes: U.S. Route X (US X)
State: State Route X (SR X)
System links

History[edit]

Byways[edit]

List of Ohio Scenic Byways
Name Description Designated Length (mi) Length (km) Ref
Accommodation Line Scenic Byway Byway links Waynesville and Spring Valley via US 42; Follows the original route of the Accommodation Line stagecoach. 2000 11.6 18.7 [2]
Amish Country Byway Follows many state highways in Holmes County, connecting Amish communities. June 2002 160 260 [3]
Big Darby Plains Scenic Byway Follows multiple county and state routes around Big Darby Creek, a scenic river. 2007 42.5 68.4 [4]
Covered Bridge Scenic Byway Byway follows SR 26 from Marietta to Woodsfield, inside Wayne National Forest. May 1990 35 56 [5]
Drovers' Trail Scenic Byway September 2003 39 63
Gateway to Amish Country 2000 30 48
Heritage Corridors of Bath March 2000 38 61
Historic National Road June 2002 225 362
Hocking Hills Scenic Byway March 2005 26.4 42.5
Jefferson County Scenic Byway 2000 15 24
Jefferson Township Scenic Byway 2003 15 24
Lake Erie Coastal Ohio Trail September 2005 293 472
Land of the Cross-Tipped Churches 2000 38.4 61.8
Lincoln Highway Historic Byway Follows the 1928 alignment of Lincoln Highway, from the Indiana state line to East Liverpool. March 2004 241.4 388.5
Lower Valley Pike Scenic Byway May 2004 11 18
Maumee Valley Scenic Byway Follows the Maumee River from Defiance to Toledo. 2000 59.7 96.1
Miami and Erie Canal Scenic Byway 2000 50 80
Morgan County Scenic Byway 2000 39 63
North Ridge Scenic Byway 2007 8.8 14.2
Ohio & Erie Canalway Scenic Byway June 2005 110 180
Ohio River Scenic Byway June 1998 452 727
Old Mill Stream Scenic Byway 2006 52 84
Presidential Pathways Scenic Byway June 2009 52 84
Scenic Olentangy Heritage Corridor Byway located on northern part of SR 315. 2000 10.5 16.9
Scenic Scioto Heritage Trail 2007 99 159
Tappan-Moravian Trail Scenic Byway 1997 55 89
Wally Road Scenic Byway August 2004 10.4 16.7
Welsh Scenic Byway 2000 34 55

References[edit]

  1. ^ "§5516.05: Designation of Scenic Byways—Advertising Devices". Ohio Revised Code. September 16, 1998. Retrieved August 1, 2013. 
  2. ^ Staff. "Accommodation Line". Ohio Department of Transportation. Ohio Department of Transportation. Retrieved August 7, 2013. 
  3. ^ Staff. "Amish Country Byway". Ohio Department of Transportation. Ohio Department of Transportation. Retrieved August 7, 2013. 
  4. ^ Staff. "Big Darby Plains". Ohio Department of Transportation. Ohio Department of Transportation. Retrieved August 7, 2013. 
  5. ^ Staff. "Covered Bridge Scenic Byway". Wayne National Forest. United States Department of Agriculture - Forest Services. Retrieved December 24, 2013. 

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