Saint Patrick Cemetery Road - T 411

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Located in the Wayne National Forest in southeast Ohio, Saint Patrick Cemetery Road starts and ends as a mild gravel road on both ends but is hiding an extremely dirty secret. Waiting for you halfway through your trip are monstrous mud holes that make this road a true 4-wheel drive road that will test you and your vehicle's capabilities. The soil in the area is a clay-type soil that becomes very slick and sticky during rainy periods. Long rain events can also make it difficult to determine the depth of some of the mud holes. Although a few holes are only several inches deep, a couple are 4 feet deep. Use extreme caution when entering any mud holes during the rainy season. Saint Patrick Cemetery Road is commonly used as a trailhead for the Archers Fork hiking trail and passes by two popular points of interest along that hiking trail. The Great Cave on the north end and the Irish Run Natural Bridge on the south end are very short hikes to the east from the road and worth exploring if in the area and have a capable vehicle. The road passes several oil wells, oil tanks, and the Saint Patrick Cemetery. No camping was found along this road.