Ohio to Erie Trail - Southern region

Start planning your Ohio to Erie Trail Adventure today with a visit to the Destinations and Itineraries section of the trail website and the CycleLifeHQ Southern Region destination page.

Ohio to Erie Trail - Southern Region map includes: Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow, Loveland, Milford, and Cincinnati

Trail continues north on the Ohio to Erie Trail South central map.

Area Attractions:

  • Fort Ancient State Memorial, 6123 State Route 350, Oregonia, OH 45054  www.fortancient.org 
  • Morgan Canoe Livery 5701 State Route 350, Oregonia, OH 45054; www.morganscanoe.com/ft-ancient/
  • Kings Island, 6300 Kings Island Dr., Mason, OH 45040 www.visitkingsisland.com  2.8 miles off trail
  • Loveland Castle and Museum, 12025 Shore Dr., Loveland, OH 45140 www.lovelandcastle.com  2.3 miles off trail
  • Loveland Historical Society Museum, 201 Riverside Dr., Loveland, OH 45140 www.lovelandmuseum.org  0.4 miles off trail
  • Great American Ball Park/Cincinnati Reds, 100 Joe Nuxhall Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202  www.mlb.com/reds 
  • National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, 50 East Freedom Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202   www.freedomcenter.org 
  • Paul Brown Stadium/Cincinnati Bengals, 1 Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH 45202  www.bengals.com/stadium/  

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    107.583 km / 66.849 mi

    Total Distance

    322 m / 1,056 ft

    Total Ascent

    455 m / 1,492 ft

    Total Descent

    284 m / 931 ft

    Highest Point

    Ride type:
    Mountain biking
    Road riding
    Rail Trail
    EPIC Ride
    Difficulty: Easy (Blue)
    Fitness Level: Medium
    Shared Bike Path - Paved
    Shared Bike Path - Dirt
    On-Road Bike Lane
    Off-Road - Fire Trail
    Off-Road - Rail Trail
    Off-Road - Single Track
    Off-Road - Downhill
    Gravel Road
    Trail Signage: Good
    Mobile Coverage: Limited
    First Aid
    Bike hire
    Bike servicing
    Accessible by bike
    Accessible by car
    Accessible by public transport
    Accessible by shuttle
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