Map of bike paths / walking paths in Hamilton, Springdale & Lebanon, OH


Recreational trails for walking and cycling in Hamilton, Springdale & Lebanon, Ohio

Hamilton, Ohio

Hamilton, Springdale & Lebanon, Ohio

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Corwin M Nixon Park Trail

Ellis Lake Wetlands Trail

Great Miami River Trail

Lebanon Countryside Trail

Little Miami Scenic Trail

Sharon Woods Trail

Trillium Trails Wildflower Preserve

Winton Lake Trail




Regional Trails

The cities of Hamilton, Springdale and Lebanon are located to the north of Cincinnati and southwest of Dayton in southwestern Ohio. Other communities in this area include Fairfield, Princeton, Mason, Wetherington, Olde West Chester, Sharonville, Kings Mills and Hopkinsville. This area lies within Butler County, Hamilton County and Warren County.

This area of Ohio is situated between the Great Miami River and the Little Miami River. It is made up of suburban and rural residential areas, farms, forests, wetlands and commercial centers. There are two major recreational trails along the rivers as well as numerous paved and unpaved pathways located in the local parks, neighborhoods and alongside major roadways.

Great Miami River Trail

The Great Miami River Trail is an 86-mile long system of paved pathways and dedicated bike lanes that follow the Great Miami River through much of southwestern Ohio. The trail has three completed sections of paved pathways that go through multiple rural communities as well as Picqua, the Dayton Metro area, the Middleton area and the Hamilton area. The trail also connects with a number of other major recreational trails in the area, goes through numerous parks and connects with local trails.

The southernmost section of the Great Miami River Trail travels for 10 miles through Hamilton and as far south as Fairfield located 17 miles north of Downtown Cincinnati.

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Little Miami River Trail

The Little Miami Scenic Trail is a 78.5-mile long paved pathway that spans from Cincinnati to the city of Springfield in southwestern Ohio. The trail is part of the Ohio-to-Erie Trail system that will eventually reach from the Ohio River to Lake Erie. The route goes through the residential suburbs, alongside the Miami River, across open farmland, through miles of thick hardwood forests and past numerous local communities.

Along the way, the Little Miami Scenic Trail allows connections to other regional recreational trails that span out to various communities in southwestern Ohio. In Xenia, the trail intersects the Prairie Grass Trail that heads toward Columbus, the Xenia Jamestown Connector, and the Creekside Trail which heads northwest to Dayton.

The Little Miami Scenic Trail goes through the communities of Oregonia, Morrow, South Lebanon, Kings Mills, Loveland, Miamiville, and Milford before heading south to meet up with recreational trails on the eastern side of Cincinnati.

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Lebanon Countryside Trail

The Lebanon Countryside Trail is a wide paved pathway in two sections of paved pathway totaling 7 miles. At its south end, the Lebanon Countryside Trail connects to the Little Miami River Trail at a point to the west of route 48 in South Lebanon. The trail then heads northwest and goes under Interstate 71 and jogs back to head north to Lebanon. There is a 0.8-mile gap along Deerfield Road, but the trail picks back up again at S. East Street. The paved pathway then heads to the south side of Downtown Lebanon.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about Hamilton, Springdale & Lebanon, Ohio.

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Ohio

Below is a list of links to our maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Ohio.

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