This state park is unique in Ohio. While it’s 50 miles long traveling through Greene, Warren and Hamiliton counties, it’s averages only 60 ft wide. It’s a greenbelt trail that follows the Little Miami River, a state and national scenic river, through beautiful historic towns, woodlands, meadows and farmlands. Day-Use Only. Access trailheads for horsemen are best at Corwin, Morrow and Loveland. See map for GPS coordinates for these and other trailheads. This is a shared trail with hikers and bikers, so horses need to be able to handle other users on trail, e.g., bikes, rollerblades, runners, strollers, dogs, etc.
Trail Rating: Easy – Level or gently sloping terrain, consistant groomed surface; wide trail surface; shallow or no water crossings