Oregon Trail

Plan Your Trip

Whether you’re looking for a leisurely cruise through Pearson Metropark or an all out day trip on your bike, the Oregon Trail is where you’ll find it.

Public Parking
Bike Rack
Bike Fixit Station
Restroom
Points of Interest
Paved Bike Path
Bike Lanes
Signed Bike Route
Park Path (Paved)
Park Path (Gravel)
Oregon Trail Adventures

Exercise your right to explore.

Chart a course for adventure and get a workout along the way.

So Many Options

Oregon is a great place to bike, hike, and explore.

We are the only community in the region with over 10 miles of bike trails that connect a beautiful state park with a Metropark, a city recreation area, a high school and  a lake front park.

With another five miles in trails under development, Oregon is becoming one of the region’s primary biking destinations. We hope you can enjoy our park land, lakefronts and biking areas. Please take a look at some of our route options by clicking one of the green parking area markers on the map.

From Maumee Bay State Park

Destination Distance General Direction
Starr Avenue Start of Bikelanes 10.3 Southwest
Starr School Driveway 8.9 Southwest
Pearson Park Trail 7.7 Southwest
Oregon Municipal Complex 5.7 Southwest
Clay HS Stadium 5.1 Southwest
Corduroy Carryout 4.5 Southwest
South Shore Veterans Park 2.4 West
Oregon Inn 1.9 West
MBSP Bay Shore Entrance 1.3 West
Maumee Bay State Park Lodge - -
MBSP Cedar Point Entrance 0.8 Southwest
Cedar Point National Wildlife Refuge 2.7 Southeast

From Oregon Municipal Complex

Destination Distance General Direction
Starr Avenue Start of Bikelanes 3.8 West
Starr School Driveway 3.2 West
Pearson Park Trail 2.0 West
Oregon Municipal Complex - -
Clay HS Stadium 0.6 Northeast
Corduroy Carryout 1.2 Northeast
South Shore Veterans Park 3.3 Northeast
Oregon Inn 3.8 Northeast
MBSP Bay Shore Entrance 4.4 Northeast
Maumee Bay State Park Lodge 5.7 Northeast
MBSP Cedar Point Entrance 6.5 Northeast
Cedar Point National Wildlife Refuge 8.4 Northeast

From Pearson Metropark

Destination Distance General Direction
Starr Avenue - Start of Bikelanes 2.1 West
Starr School Driveway 1.5 West
Pearson Park Trail 0.3 South
Oregon Municipal Complex 1.7 East
Clay HS Stadium 2.3 Northeast
Corduroy Carryout 2.9 Northeast
South Shore Veterans Park 5.0 Northeast
Oregon Inn 5.5 Northeast
MBSP Bay Shore Entrance 6.1 Northeast
MBSP Lodge 7.4 Northeast
MBSP Cedar Point Entrance 8.2 Northeast
Cedar Point National Wildlife Refuge 10.1 Northeast

Park-to-Park Ride

Want to customize your ride? Check out some of the paths Oregon has to officer, as well as parking and restaurant operations or develop a plan to combine a park and hike experience through our metro park, state park and local park.

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William P. Coontz Complex

Dedicated in 1993 for William P. Coontz, the first Recreation Director in the City of Oregon, the Coontz Complex boasts 8 baseball/softball diamonds with 5 lighted softball/baseball diamonds, and 1 lighted baseball field named for John Ousky, a former Oregon police officer active in the Police Athletic League.

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Pearson Metropark

The park is located in the City of Oregon, but is maintained by the Metroparks of the Toledo Area. It's boundaries are Route 2/Navarre Avenue on the south, Lallendorf Road on the west, Seaman Road on the north and Wynn Road on the east. Pearson Metropark offers fishing, sledding, a children's playground, tennis courts, picnic grounds, walking and bicycle trails and a variety of nature programs.

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