The Grand Canyon tested my physical strength, as well as my mental strength. It gave me all I could handle. But in sixteen hours, we did it.
Ohio currently ranks as the 9th best disc golf state in the US, with over 400 courses. The addition of Eagle Ridge will bring a much-needed course to the Coshocton area, which currently has none.
Every trail run brings something new! Where will the trails of Shores & Islands Ohio lead you?
Explore the beauty of White Star Park on Sandusky County’s newest Mountain Bike trail, Waggoner’s Run.
Whether you walk, hike, run, bike the trail, or are just looking for some time in nature, you are in for a grand adventure.
When Jay Parks heard that his hometown, Coshocton, Ohio, was hosting its first ever half marathon in 2022, he knew he had to run it, even though he was scheduled to compete in a full marathon the following week.
This past summer the inaugural IRONMAN 70.3 Ohio was hosted at City of Sandusky in Shores & Islands Ohio. The event marks the start of an annual tradition, as IRONMAN, City of Sandusky, and Shores & Islands Ohio agreed to a three-year deal that will see the event return to the destination in 2023 and 2024.
In 2012 Dave Huggins, the heart and soul of the Buck Fifty race, ran his first relay race. He didn’t realize at the time how that one event would transform his life and the lives of his community.
Tailgating is the time-honored tradition of celebrating your team with friends, family and strangers who quickly become like family.
Autumn is also a great time to explore southeast Ohio’s amazing woodlands. Wolf Run State Park offers more than 1,000 acres of scenic, peaceful woodlands for a quiet getaway nestled in the heart of Appalachia.
Each year on the Saturday after Father’s Day, the race takes place at Lake Park, in the Coshocton County Park system. Last year they averaged over 1,000 racers and it is expected to reach 1,500 this year for their 10th anniversary.
We rode 2,500 miles with over 180,000 feet of climb riding 80% gravel, 5% single track, and 15% paved roads.