Trailside camping in London, OH, is available at the Prairie Grass Trailhead. Located behind the Madison County Senior Center, 280 West High Street, the Prairie Grass Trailhead offers a pleasant rest stop for trail travelers. Basic amenities are provided (see below) in a well-maintained and pleasantly landscaped setting. This trail respite is intended as a service for long-distance trail users.
• A large covered shelter
• Several picnic tables (sheltered)
• Primitive camp sites (3) with raised platforms
• Ample parking
• A generously-sized brick-and-mortar restroom, open year-round (no shower)
• Water fountain (with dog fountain!)
• An information rack with maps and brochures
• A scenic rest stop with a beautiful flower garden
• Camping will be on a first come, first served basis
• Camping is free – donations (gratefully!) accepted, though not required
• No car camping and No RVs (Recreational Vehicles)
• No overnight parking
The Ohio to Erie Trail, of which the Prairie Grass Trail is a part, is a collection of multi-use trails that provide exercise and adventure to anyone who’s willing to leave the automobile behind. Bicyclists, skaters, hikers, families with strollers, bird watchers, walkers and nature lovers are a common sight. In the winter, the trail becomes a snowshoe and cross-country ski path. And, for those with mobility impairments, construction designs call for full compliance with ADA guidelines so that everyone has the opportunity to explore the natural beauty of Ohio as the trail weaves its way across the state.
The GPX file for this part of the trail can be found at Ohio to Erie Trail - South Central.