Little Miami State Park -
Includes a Trail Mileage Guide and legend indicating staging areas, pay phones, public restrooms, parking, picnic locations, wheelchair accessibility, offices and more.
Miami Valley Recreational Trials Maps
2011 Miami Valley Recreational Trails Map pg.1
Includes full map from Shelby County to the Ohio River, legend with trail segment identifications and contact phone number for each, trail etiquette, helmet fitting guide and more
2011 Miami Valley Recreational Trails Map pg.2
Includes Dayton and Surrounding Area, Piqua, Springfield, Xenia, Mileage Matrix, legend with trail segment identifications and more.
2008 Miami Valley Recreational Trails Map pg.1 -
For Clark, Greene, Miami, Northern Warren and Montgomery Counties and the towns of Dayton, Piqua, Troy, and Springfield.
Includes the trails of Upper Little Miami Scenic, Simon Kenton, Creekside, Xenia-Jamestown Connector, Ohio-to-Erie, Wright Brothers-Huffman Prairie Bikeway, Stillwater River, Mad River, Iron Horse, Great Miami River, Covington-Piqua, Wolf Creek, Buck Creek Scenic and many spurs.
2008 Miami Valley Recreational Trails Map pg.2 -
Includes the Little Miami Scenic and Simon Kenton Trails, which begins south of Milford and travels about 76 miles northeast to Springfield (Little Miami Scenic) then continues north 16.6 miles to Urbana (Simon Kenton), and the spur to Lebanon.
All maps have legends indicating parking, restroom, highway, park and mountion bike/BMX track.
Graphic Information Systems (GIS) Map of LMSP -
Includes mile markers, street and landmarks.
Goggle Earth map of the entire Miami Valley Trails System -
Mike Monett spent a lot of time building the entire trail system into Goggle Earth. To view his custom tour you'll need to download the program Google Earth. Click the download button here. The file will quickly load onto your computer. Next, you'll need to find that file and install it. It's probably located in the download folder of your hard drive. When you locate it, right click on the file and choose open, then run. The program will install and open automatically. If you want to take a few tutorials of the program, click the tutorial button located on the download page. The essential navigational tools are zoom in, zoom out, directional navigation on the right side of the screen, a location search box in the upper left corner and just using your mouse to click and drag.
To view Mike Monett's tour of the trail, you'll need to download the tour file he made. It's located on his website here. Click the red link at the top of the page titled Dayton-area Bike Trails. A window will open asking if you want to save to your computer. Click okay. Locate this .kml file and double click on it. It will open in the Google Earth program.
Miami Valley Interactive trail Maps -
Southwest Ohio interactive maps of the trail system. On the map there are icons that indicate additional information. After you zoom in, hover your mouse pointer over an icon and when the mouse pointer turns into a "pointing finger", click on the icon and information about the topic will display.
2010 Trial Recon
In the summer of 2010 we did an end-to-end trail inspection documenting condition issues. We found cracks, holes, breaks and other damage to the asphalt, damaged and overgrown fence lines and hazards like standing water, but, overall, the trail was in good condition. It is in immediate need of vegetation maintenance in many areas, though. This will always be a challenge for us. The honeysuckle never seems to sleep. We'll be working with the park district in the days, weeks and months aheard to make repairs and improve the tail for all of the users. You can find the the photographs we took in our Web Gallery.
If you'd like to volunteer to help maintain a part of the trail, please see our Adopt-a-Trail page.