Map of the Little Miami Scenic Trail in Southwestern Ohio

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Little Miami Scenic Trail

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Little Miami Scenic Trail

LENGTH:

75 miles

SURFACE:

paved

COMMUNITIES:

Newtown, Terrace Park, Milford, Camp Dennison, Miamiville, Remington, Symmes, Epworth Heights, Loveland, Loveland Park, Kings Mills, South Lebanon, Oregonia, Waynesville, Crosswick, Spring Valley, Xenia, Yellow Springs, Shawnee Run, Springfield

HIGHLIGHTS:

residential neioghborhoods, parks, woodlands, wetlands, schools, Caesar Creek Gorge State Nature Preserve

NEARBY TRAILS:

Lebanon Countryside Trail

Creekside Trail

Prairie Grass Trail

Xenia Jamestown Connector

Simon Kenton Trail

RELATED LINKS:

Dayton

Springfield

Cincinnati

Regional Trails

The Little Miami Scenic Trail is a 75-mile long paved pathway that spans from Newtown on the outskirts of 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.

Conditions

The Little Miami Scenic Trail is paved the entire route and is open to non-motorized uses such as bike riding and walking.

Communities

The Little Miami Scenic Trail goes past the following Southwestern Ohio communities: Newtown, Terrace Park, Milford, Camp Dennison, Miamiville, Remington, Symmes, Epworth Heights, Loveland, Loveland Park, Kings Mills, South Lebanon, Oregonia, Waynesville, Crosswick, Spring Valley, Xenia, Yellow Springs, Shawnee Run and Springfield.

Points of Interest

The Little Miami Scenic Trail goes past the following points of interest:

Little Miami Golf Center Mathers Mill Nature Preserve
Wags Park Ceasar Creek Gorge State Nature Preserve
Bass Island Park Hisey Park
Avoca Park Bowman Park
Kroger Hills Stte Reserve Spring Valley Wildlife Area
Camp Dennison Memorial Park Constitution Park
Lake Isabelle Clint Fultz Memorial Park
Miami Riverview Park Funk Nature Sanctuary
Nisbet Park and Amphitheater Constitution Park
Lebanon Countryside Trail Shawnee Park
CTC Fields Shawnee Elementary School
Veterans Memorial Park Old Town Reserve
Fort Ancient Antioch College
Nearby Trails

Lebanon Countryside Trail: the two trails meet in Maineville. The Lebanon Countryside Trail then crosses the Little Miami River and heads north to the south side of Lebanon.

Creekside Trail, Prairie Grass Trail & Xenia Jamestown Connector: these trails all meet in Xenia at the historic Xenia Station near Miami Avenue and S. Detroit Street. The Creekside Trail heads off to Dayton, the Prairie Grass Trail heads of to London and the Xenia Jamestown Connector heads to the east to go through Jamestown.

Simon Kenton Trail: the Simon Kenton Trail starts in the middle of Springfield near the north end of the Little Miami Scenic Trail.

End Points

The southwest end of the Little Miami Scenic Trail is located at Valley Avenue and Church Street in the community of Newtown on the outskirts of Cincinnati.

The trail is continuous until it reaches Interstate 70 and Springfield Xenia Road on the south side of Springfield. There are a couple of gaps in the trail in Springfield, with the last stretch of solid trail in the downtown area.

The northeast end of the Little Miami Scenic Trail is located in the center of Springfield at E. Washington Street and S. Limestone Street.


Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Little Miami Scenic Trail in Southwestern Ohio.