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eBird Hotspots

Greene County

Little Miami Scenic Trail–Roxanna New Burlington Rd.
Coordinates: 39.580237, -84.017169
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Little Miami Scenic Trail–Xenia
Coordinates: 39.6582622, -83.9663712
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Little Miami Scenic Trail–Yellow Springs
Coordinates: 39.8041963, -83.8858294
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Hamilton County

Little Miami Scenic Trail–Bass Island
Coordinates: 39.1365848, -84.3540573
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Warren County

Little Miami Scenic Trail–Grandin Rd.
Coordinates: 39.3515038, -84.2421648
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Little Miami Scenic Trail–North of Old 3-C
Coordinates: 39.3218769, -84.252096
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About Little Miami Scenic Trail
The Little Miami Scenic Trail begins in Newtown, in Hamilton County, and travels approximately 75 miles to the northeast to Springfield, in Clark County. Portions of the Little Miami Scenic Trail parallel the river for which it’s named, winding serenely through the beautiful countryside of Southwestern Ohio. This trail is also part of the statewide Buckeye Trail, the North Country National Scenic Trail, and the statewide Ohio-to-Erie Trail.

A tale of two trails, the Little Miami Scenic Trail has two distinct personalities. South of Spring Valley, Ohio the trail hugs the banks of the Little Miami River providing a well-shaded, meandering ride with occasional respites in small towns, like Corwin and Oregonia. You’ll pass canoe liveries; quaint eateries; Ft. Ancient and then pass the very modern attractions of Kings Island in Mason. Loveland and Terrace Park will welcome you even further south.

North of Spring Valley, the route follows historic rail corridors and links larger cities such as Xenia and Springfield, through Yellow Springs. The City of Xenia boasts Xenia Station, a restored railroad station that sits at the hub of four trails that meet in Xenia. Nine miles north reaches Yellow Springs, a vibrant village next to John Bryan State Park and the Glen Helen nature preserve. Along the reach to downtown Springfield, you’ll pass rolling farmland and Young’s Jersey Dairy.
From Little Miami Scenic Trail webpage