Miami & Erie Canal Scenic Byway

un jour / 53 miles / une heure 45 minutes

This byway was developed around the Miami and Erie Canal which operated between 1840 and 1860. Consequently, much of the history and recreation associated with this route is related to the Canal and its history.

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