The Greendale segment runs 1 mile between Walnut Street and Hollywood Boulevard at Eads Parkway, paralleling Eads Parkway/US 50 on the east side. There's a short gap (0.6 mile) in the trail between Lawrenceburg and Greendale. The LawrenceburgAuroa segment runs 3.6 miles between E. William Street at E. High Street in Lawrenceburg and Manchester Landing Street on the north edge of Aurora. You can continue via road through Aurora (0.7 mile), heading south on Decatur Street/SR 56 to just south of its intersection with Market Street. On the river side of the road, the trail continues 0.7 mile south through Lesko Park.
Par of the paved rail-trail parallels an active CSX rail line along the scenic Ohio River. There are a few bridge crossings, Wilson Creek in Aurora and a restored 1882 bridge across Tanners Creek. Between Lawrenceburg and Aurora the trail passes through a wooded corridor and is more rural. Watch for wildlife in this section, including deer, beaver, foxes and shorebirds along the river wetlands.
Parking and Trail Access
In Lawrenceburg parking is at New and Elm streets, the end of Walnut Street and at Aep Drive by the river. In Aurora park at Lesko Park, just south of town center along Decatur Street/SR 56 and Manchester Landing Street.
Outdated gpx track
This gpx track does not show the current route of the trail that was built a few years ago.