Great Miami River Trail
The Great Miami River Trail (Route 25) is the backbone of the nation’s largest paved trail network, spanning 340 miles throughout Ohio’s Miami Valley. The route connects beautiful natural areas, small towns and large cities across four counties in southwestern Ohio.
From urban skylines to beautiful river vistas, the Great Miami River Trail has something for everyone. The trail winds its way near parks, museums, picnic facilities, acres of natural land and over gently rolling terrain—a perfect match for the runner, skater or cyclist. The 86-mile Great Miami River Trail passes through several MetroParks including RiverScape, Deeds Point, Island, and Taylorsville, hugging the Great Miami River nearly the entire route.
The section just north of the Taylorsville dam features the historic remnants of the town of Tadmor.