The Great Miami River Recreation Trail is one of 25 facilities within Five Rivers MetroParks, located in the Greater Dayton area. The longest of the trails in Montgomery County, this trail is composed of two segments. A northern segment runs from Taylorsville MetroPark south nearly to Needmore Road (approximately 5.3 miles). A central/southern segment, also know as the Horace M. Huffman Jr. River Corridor Bikeway, was the first bikeway in the county, dedicated in 1976 through the efforts of Mr. Huffman. It travels through Dayton south to Warren County (approximately 23 miles). Construction to link the two segments and an extension to Miami County is in the planning stages.
Recreation Trails -- Your Road to Adventure...
Bike, hike, run or in-line skate on scenic paved trails. There are over 70 miles of trails built and maintained by Five Rivers MetroParks, Miami Conservancy, and local municipalities. They provide recreational fun for all ages -- and even an option for the bicycle commuter. For a Recreation Trails map and guide, call 937-275-PARK.
Hours: Sunday: 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Monday: 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Address: Great Miami River Recreation Trail
Five Rivers MetroParks
1375 E. Siebenthaler Ave.
Phone: (937) 275-7275
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