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Well maintained and marked. Nice wooded area walk.

Enjoyed this rustic, charming hike. Good hills and much to see. Good for kids and pets.

hiking
15 days ago

Super muddy and the trails and not all clearly marked.

backpacking
28 days ago

Easy hike. Takes about 2 hours give or take. Was sloppy but I expected as much. Not very well marked, but that’s what gps is for. I will be frequenting as it warms up.

Beautiful park
Lots of Old trees
Nice well marked trails

hiking
1 month ago

beautiful trail. saw some deer smoking weed in the woods. just the right amount of elevation change.

walking
1 month ago

Lots of birds and other wildlife

hiking
2 months ago

I've been on this trail several times recently and find it to be ideal for working up to longer distances and/or overnight camping, or breaking in boots and new gear. The full out-and-back hike to campsite #2 (?) can be broken up into a variety of shorter loops and has several bail-out points to roads. It is not a remote wilderness experience of course but once you are familiar with it, becomes a go-to "backyard" walk/run/bike in the woods if you live on the east side of Cincinnati. It is one of the few longer trails in the area.

I loved this little hike, I did a few loops around and made it into about 6.5 miles in all. Definitely some steep parts, but overall very easy. I agree that you can still hear the sounds of the road and trains, but that didn’t really bother me. I thought the paths were very well marked, and my dogs loved it!

Enjoyed hiking the Nice trails
Well maintained
Variying degrees of elevation
Cold weather hiking cures Cabin fever

decent mostly flat no real challenges but nice scenery and environment. nice free walk after park membership quite cheap to maintain the parks definitely worth it.

This park rocks. Usually there aren’t many people here. New parking lot is nice.

3 months ago

Slippery and slow but very technical for running.

walking
3 months ago

Beautiful scenes, birds galore. Too bad it’s so close to the highway and city noise.

hiking
3 months ago

Enjoyed Nice winter Hike
Cures Cabin Fever....

hiking
4 months ago

This is not a very challenging and somewhat boring trail. The loop is Back pack trail out (blue markings) and return via the green markings. The map printed off the website not very helpful.

Awesome trail for a beginner or advanced hiker. I recommend a hiking stick.

Lots of trails closed for restoration

NIce trail, but be ready for mosquitoes especially in the summer

hiking
4 months ago

I go with my dog all the time because I can hike there. kudos to the volunteers who maintain the trails.

Surprisingly quiet on a beautiful day. A few wildlife sightings - a red crested woodpecker, a dark gray squirrel, and random birds. A nice crispy November day.

4 months ago

more on easy side than moderate, nice trail, nice ohio river overlook

hiking
4 months ago

great recreational trail, epic view of Cincinnati

hiking
5 months ago

Love this trail hiked it a few times, can get muddy during the wet seasons.

trail running
5 months ago

Park at the mountain bike trailhead. All other documentation states this is a 14 mile trail. Most of the trail is poorly marked, especially the first section. Stick to the red trail markers, they were very faded and extremely difficult to see. The majority of the trail is single track. If you're running, watch out for tree roots, I found many buried under the leaves. Lots of thorns on the last bit before the loop and the loop itself, some where at head height, so watch out! It had rained for about 20 hours prior to my run but was not overly muddy. The leaves provided the most difficulty. I saw at least a dozen dear, maybe more! Overall it was a good run that was not overly challenging, exactly what I needed to try out some new shoes.

A few trails need to be updated but overall a great park!

Not bad. I wish there was a decent map for the perimeter trail on here. I think it's 28 miles long.

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