THE HOPALONG CASSIDY TRAIL recognizes the impact of William Boyd, Cambridge Ohio’s beloved cowboy hero, had on his hometown. A collection of Hopalong Cassidy items are on display throughout Historic Downtown Cambridge at various locations:
The history of William Boyd, From Hendrysburg to Hollywood can be seen in a mural at the LONGINIE-GIBSON AGENCY building located at 122 Southgate Pkwy on the corner of Southgate Parkway and Turner Avenue with a visual exhibit inside.
A remarkable six- foot bronze statue greets visitors and residence alike at the GUERNSEY COUNTY SENIOR CENTER located at 1022 Carlisle Avenue.
The site of the school attended by William Boyd at Wheeling and Highland Avenue is home to a monument and the Hopalong Cassidy walk dedicated to his memory at the corner of Wheeling Avenue Highland Avenues (150 Highland Avenue).
An exhibit is also displayed at the CAMBRIDGE/GUERNSEY COUNTY TOURIST INFORMATION CENTER located at 627 Wheeling Avenue where a brochure highlighting the Hopalong Cassidy Trail is available.