dogs on leash
cross country skiing
Took the bridal trail - however there was a spot where the trail forked, if you go to the right you end up running along the stream, eventually the trail ran to the stream with no option to cross so I had to turn around and go to the left side of the fork which led up a very steep incline. Once up the incline the trail was really nice. A lot of dead trees to jump over though. Also the was an area closed that had rerouting directions. Went about 3.5 miles before turning around at another steep incline and heading back for a total of 7 miles.
The name of the park is "Whitacre Park." There is no "river" to see (closest would be the Little Miami River), and the trail is near Cincinnati, not in Cincinnati. I'm not a fast walker and I finished the trail in 15 minutes. If starting the trail in a counter-clockwise direction from the parking lot, ignore the "TRAIL" sign with the arrow that points to the right. That deadends in a hundred feet or so at someone's property. Go left instead. I would consider this an easy trail vs a moderate trail. I believe it's closer to 3/4 mile instead of a full mile.
Saw more deer than people; 1 other hiker and 1 mountain biker. Nice trail for a walk, jog or Intervals with long flat stretches and limited up and down. Long gradual decline and incline in Valley area but other than mostly level with wide compacted trails. A few ponds, nice stands of pines, and some 13 Bridges make for interesting scenery. Several connectors give you some options to add or shorten. Didn't hit Hemlock Point, maybe next time...