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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.
I did a total of 16 miles along the levy by the Casino Hotel and the Dearborn Trail. I didn’t do the first part that starts in Glendale because of the .6 mile break in trail. Very pleasant, well maintained, and not crowded on a Thursday.
Kid-friendly! The trail is not overcrowded, beautiful scenery and under a lot of shade.
My wife and I spent a pleasant couple hours on the Dearborn trail. Weather was perfect, parking plentiful, small crowd and the trail is partially shaded and well maintained. Most of the trip is scenic river views with a bit of small town and light industrial areas as well. Not a 5 star for us due to the fact it doesn’t connect all the way through but is manageable. Definitely return trip worthy!
Wide paved trail, fairly flat, lots of benches and restrooms. Even a dog park! View of the Ohio River and tug boats along sections of the trail. Beautiful trees through the trail. A definite do again trail!
Most of the trail is nice with the beauty of nature, flat pavement, fun tunnels and bridges. All that is nice for the family. But it would be better if it were all connected without having to go on the road. That part scared my 9 year old. Otherwise, It was nice to get ice cream in Aurora and there’s a strongs pizza right by the lawrenceburg trailhead. And parking is free and plentiful.
Nice trail, the small section I was able to ride today (thus 4 stars) - but sadly missing alerts that it's currently mostly closed due to roadwork!! (Thus only 4 stars).
Grateful to have this gem in my county. We utilize this entire trail for walking & biking whenever the weather allows.
This trail was a nice trail for the beginning of the season. I am a casual rider and it is fairly short and flat trail. Nice tunnels and bridges. One thing I don't like is that it is not marked very well and if you are riding along the flood wall towards Hollywood Casino the trail just dead ends although the map says you can go further. If you ride into Aurora, the path is not marked and you have to make your own path through the town once you cross the large metal bridge.
...and while yes, it was closed for a while, it was open today and just fine, lovely in fact. I rode between the Hollywood Casino and The George street bridge and had a wonderful time. With the exception of the part that goes right by the power plant, this is scenic, lush and lovely with two wonderful bridges I adore and a few tunnels. I have often walked this around dusk and early evening during the summer to watch all the tens of thousands of fireflies all lit up and blinking, it is truly magical.
To be clear, the trail is just fine now, and as lovely as ever. Enjoy. 4/19/2016 1731 Eastern.
This has been closed for some time but would you think they would post it. Won't go back to this area again even if they open it. Shame on the chamber of commerce !
This gpx track does not show the current route of the trail that was built a few years ago.
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