Mill Creek Triangle Trail

This 40+ mile regional trail network aims to connect 12+ municipalities and townships in central and northern Hamilton County throughout the Mill Creek watershed.

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About the Mill Creek Triangle Trail

Tri-State Trails is leading the Mill Creek Triangle Trail Feasibility Study, a multi-jurisdictional effort to develop a 40+ mile regional trail network in central and northern Hamilton County. The vision for the Mill Creek Triangle Trail is to create an equitable transportation and recreation amenity that connects residential neighborhoods to the Mill Creek; to local business districts and key destinations; to Great Parks’ regional greenspaces like Winton Woods, Glenwood Gardens, and Sharon Woods; and to the planned CROWN 34-mile trail loop in Cincinnati. 

We want your feedback!

The project team has developed the initial proposed routes and alternatives for the Mill Creek Triangle Trail network. Tri-State Trails is hosting an in-person Public Open House on May 1, 2024 to present an overview of the project and gather input on the proposed trail route alignments. The same information that is being presented at the Public Open House is covered throughout a Virtual Open House.

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Visit our Virtual Open House!

Open from April 17 to June 3, 2024

Quick Facts

Proposed distance:

40+ miles

Existing trails:

18.5 miles

Funded trails:

4.3 miles

Feasibility study area:

27.9 miles

Communities impacted:

Sharonville, Evendale, Reading, Lockland, Arlington Heights, Cincinnati,  Glendale, Woodlawn, Wyoming, Lincoln Heights, Springfield Twp, Greenhills

Reach:

197,000 residents within 1 mile

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About the Mill Creek Triangle Trail Feasibility Study

Project Team
  • Tri-State Trails: Planning and Project Management
  • Arcadis: Engineering Consultant
  • Lawhon & Associates: Environmental Subconsultant
Project Partners

The Mill Creek Triangle Feasibility Study is being planned in partnership with seventeen local government agencies and eight community organizations. This project is made possible thanks to the financial support and/or partnership from the following organizations:

Great Parks  •  Mill Creek Alliance  •  Hamilton County Transportation Improvement District  •  Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission  •  Ohio Department of Transportation, District 8  •  City of Sharonville  •  Village of Evendale  •  City of Reading  •  Village of Glendale  •  Village of Woodlawn  •  City of Wyoming  •   Village of Lincoln Heights  •  Village of Arlington Heights  •  Village of Lockland  •  Springfield Township  •  City of Blue Ash  •  First Suburbs Consortium of Southwest Ohio  •  Millcreek Valley Conservancy District  •  Connecting Active Communities Coalition  •  Wyoming Cycling Foundation

Vision Statement

The Mill Creek Triangle Trail will create a safe and accessible 40+ mile shared use trail network in Central Hamilton County, ultimately linking to the regional trail network. By uniting twelve communities, the Triangle Trail will provide an equitable transportation and recreation amenity that reconnects residents to the natural environment of the Mill Creek watershed and encourages more active, healthier lifestyles. Through collaboration and partnerships, the Triangle Trail will be a well-maintained, highly utilized socio-economic catalyst that fosters a sense of wellbeing and community pride.