Two Glaciers Park features 304 acres of land surrounding Clear Creek, Ohio’s second-fastest flowing creek. The park gets its name from its location as the terminus of the southeasterly flow of the last great glaciers to cover Ohio: the Wisconsinan and the Illinoian. Two Glaciers also encompasses two of Fairfield County’s historical covered bridges: the Hanaway and the Johnston, the latter being the county’s longest covered bridge still on its original abutments.
Although Two Glaciers Park is currently under development, visitors are welcome to visit the Johnston and Hannaway Covered Bridges. Future plans for Two Glaciers include trails for nature walks, birding, picnicking facilities, kayaking on Clear Creek, and guided tours and programming that focus on the area’s geological and glacial history.
Directions and Map
Parking is available at the Johnston Covered Bridge, on Clear Creek Road, SW.
From the corner of Main and Broad Streets in Lancaster, Ohio, head south on Broad Street for approximately 1 mile, then make a slight right onto Hamburg Road. Remain on Hamburg Road for approximately 4½ miles then turn right onto Hopewell Church Road. Continue on this road for about 2½ miles, then turn left onto Clear Creek Road and follow for about one-half mile. Turn right onto McDonald Road. The parking lot entrance for the Johnston Covered Bridge will be on the left.
- Two historic covered bridges: the Johnston and Hannaway Covered Bridge
- The terminus and end moraine geology of Ohio’s last glaciers
- Picnic table and green space at Johnston Covered Bridge
This park opens at sunrise and closes at sunset.