Devou Park Trail is a 2.6 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Covington, KY that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Took my dogs there on Sunday. Really enjoyed it although I got lost. The bikers seem extremely irritated to see a walker on the trail, even though I did my best to get out of their way (we are allowed there ya know!). Very nice walk. Will go back.
Several different trail options here, and very fun to go to. Also, the trail is very well spaced out, along with the train tracks hovering above the entrance. Great time!
Love running this trail! Mountain bike heavy so make sure to stay alert. Also be sure to lfind Devou Park Trails on Facebook for trail updates and closures
Perfect weather not hot! Not difficult
Great trail that is marked very well. There are a lot of mountain bikers. I would recommend this trail. 4.7 miles in just over two hours.
definitely works your legs out it took us 2 hrs to complete had a lot of fun
It was a lot of fun! We took a the trail and it wasn't overly strenuous at all. We took a wrong path and came out on a golf course, but were able to find the road and our car. Perfect for a small little adventure with friends.
Trail was great but a little muddy. Followed another reviewer's advice to take every left and completed 3.6 miles.
nice, quiet, beautiful
A little confusing at first. There are really short trails right off of the parking area at Devou Park. Once we got our bearings it was great, though!
loved it me and my kid's
very hilly and rocky
Beautiful scenery and a challenging trail at times. Plus a wonderfully creepy run-down incinerator at the trail head. Great place to hike.
We had a great time on this hike. Just watch out for bikers! We started the loop from the entrance by the creepy abandoned building and just stayed to the left to complete the whole 4.6. Great views on the backside facing the city during fall.