The Ohio-Erie trail is accessible from East Center Street and West High Street in London. Fitness enthusiasts can enjoy the trail for walking, running, cycling, or even roller blading. Trails provide a safe area for families to walk, ride bikes or recreate away from automobile and commercial truck traffic. Attractive views, open space and alternative transportation routes significantly increase values and improve marketability of nearby properties.
Center Street (SR 665) Trail Head
The Center Street trail head was opened in November of 2010 after the Friends of Madison County Parks and Trails completed a 10 car parking lot and 140-foot multipurpose path connecting to the trail. The trail entrance is and 6.5 mile portion of the trail in the city limits is known as Roberts-Pass, named after local leaders that spearheaded the trail project (Wayne Roberts and Gene Pass).
West High Street (US-42) Trail Head)
The High Street trail head is located at 280 West High Street (London, Ohio), behind the Madison County Senior Center. Visitors to the trail will be able to enjoy a shelter facility for any shade relief or picnic stops. The county portion of the trail that extends to South Charleston is known as the Prarie-Grass trail.