An impressive amount of singletrack is packed into a small park. They are best ridden in one big loop and are laid out to easily allow this. The trails are mostly marked as one way, so please respect this. The character of the trails varies a bit, but generally twists tightly on bench cut singletrack through young forest and a river floodplain.
The Quail hollow trail is maintained by Camba and is located inside Quail Hollow State Park just outside of Hartville Ohio (About 20 minutes or so from Akron or Canton. The trailhead has primitive restrooms (no running water) and limited parking for about 10 to 12 vehicles, a few picnic tables and nearby hiking trails for the family.
The main parking lot for the mountain bike trial is on S.R. 3 just a few miles southwest of Loudonville, Ohio across the street from the Mohican State Park campground entrance. Do not park in the campground parking as this area has been reserved for visitors and hikers. The trailhead is located at the northwest corner of this entrance. You can get to the trailhead by riding under the bridge that crosses the river at the end of the parking lot then riding through the campground back to the entrance.