“A simple wooded loop trail. Birds and other wildlife are regularly spotted, including deer and owls.
— Rachael Keihl
Birding · Cave · Fall Colors · River/Creek · Spring · Views · Wildflowers · Wildlife
The trai is short and clearly marked. It has water and rock features and the dam itself is a spectacular sight. A park shelter is available for picnics. Clean toilets are located at the parking area.
April 1 - October 31: 8am - 10pm
November 1 - March 31: 8am - 8pm
Once your hiking shoes are laced up, enter through the East Park entrance at 2101 U.S. 40. From there, signs will direct you to the mapped Orange Trail
Hop on the trail to encounter a limestone and shale outcrop and hike over a man-made wooden bridge. Continue on for some switchbacks and elevation changes through beautiful, wooded scenery and past several of the Great Miami River's mini tributaries.
On the return portion of the trail, you'll be making your way alongside the Great Miami River. River access occurs at several points along this path. The river is a perfect place for a water, lunch, or a fishing break.