Multi Purpose Trails 1Horizon Education Centers is blazing new trails — multi-purpose, outdoor trails, that is.

Five Horizon Education Center buildings are now surrounded by multi-purpose trails, paid for with a grant from the State of Ohio’s Capital Budget in conjunction with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources to increase outdoor activities in our community.

The trails will provide our students all-weather access to walk, ride tricycles and bicycles, and take part in additional outdoor programming. You’ll find them at the following Horizon Center locations:

  • North Olmsted (4001 David Drive)
  • Cascade (233 Bond Street)
  • Elyria-Dewhurst (10347 Dewhurst Road)
  • Southside (4911 Grove Avenue)
  • East Lorain (2500 Colorado Avenue)

Multi Purpose Trails 2All trails can be used by the community after hours and weekends, during daylight hours.

We’d like to thank former State Rep. David Greenspan and co-sponsors Sen. Matt Dolan, Sen. Nathan Manning, Rep. Joe Miller, Rep. Gayle Manning, and Rep. Dick Stein for sponsoring the grant that paid for the trails.

This project was made possible through a partnership between the North Olmsted School District in Cuyahoga County and the Lorain Board of Health in Lorain County. It was developed and constructed by North Coast Design Build Company.