Miami Valley Trails

Little Miami Scenic Trail

Ohio’s Miami Valley region provides over 340 miles of paved, multi-use recreational trails. Stretching across county lines, these trails connect schools, parks, historic landmarks and area attractions.





On the Miami Valley Trails you can travel through meadows, scenic countryside, forested areas and city centers while on the path. The Miami Valley Trails enhances both the wellness and quality of life of Miami Valley residents and visitors. All trails are free and open to the public every day of the year, from dawn till dusk. 

Miami Valley Trails: 
Ohio-to-Erie Trail

Length: 29 miles
Area Attractions: National Afro-American Museum & Indian Mound Reserve

Little Miami Scenic Trail

Length: 78 miles
Area Attractions: Ft. Ancient, Xenia Station, John Bryan State Park, Hartman’s Rock Garden

Photo Credit: Little Miami Scenic Trail

Creekside Trail

Length: 15 miles
Area Attractions: James Ranch Park, Beavercreek Station/September 11th Memorial, Eastwood MetroPark

Creekside Trail | Miami Valley Bike Trails

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Simon Kenton Trail

Length: 32 miles
Area Attractions: Westcott House, Heritage Center Museum, Cedar Bog Nature Preserve, Grimes Field, Urbana, The Top of Ohio – Campbell Hill

Cedar Bog Nature Preserve | Urbana Ohio | Trees and How They Work ...

Photo Credit: Cedar Bog Nature Preserve

Xenia – Jamestown Connector

Length: 17 miles
Area Attractions: Frank Seaman Park

Wright Brothers – Huffman Prairie Trail

Length: 5 miles
Area Attractions: Huffman Dam, Wright Brothers Memorial/Huffman Flying Field, Wright State University

Stillwater River Trail

Length: 5 miles
Area Attractions: Island MetroPark (featured image), Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, Englewood Dam

Mad River Trail

Length: 6.6 miles
Area Attractions: RiverScape MetroPark, Eastwood MetroPark, National Museum of the Air Force, Huffman MetroPark

See a complete list of trails and everything they have to offer on their website

*Please note The Miami Valley Trails all remain open to the public through this State of Emergency. THAT SAID, trail users should be advised that most (if not all) restroom facilities located along the trails ARE CLOSED. We encourage you to check their website for updates about current trail restrictions.*  

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