The Loveland Bike Trail is a section of the over 70 flat paved miles of the Little Miami Scenic Bike Trail. Loveland and other towns offer charming places to stop and relax, get a bite to eat or explore. The trail in the vicinity of Loveland is particularly popular because of its easy access, historic downtown, ice cream, coffee & teashops, restaurants and special attractions. The trail follows an old railway line from the days of steam. All along you will see Canadian geese and ducks paddle through the river and deer dart through the woods. History is here, too, with Civil War sites, the scene of a train robbery, Indian burial grounds and more.
The Loveland Bike Trail can be accessed at four points:
MILFORD TRAIL HEAD - From I-275 take Exit 57 - Milford Route 28
Go west on 28 which turns into 50 and takes you into Historic Milford. Wind around across the Little Miami River and as soon as you cross the bridge look for the trail sign off to the right.
LOVELAND TRAIL HEAD - From I-275 take Exit 52 – Loveland Indian Hill
Turn left at the bottom of the ramp onto Loveland Madeira Road and go 3 miles. At West Loveland Avenue turn right. Go across Little Miami River and you will see flashing yellow lights where the bike trail crosses. Bike rentals available.
LEBANON TRAIL HEAD From I-75 take Exit 29 and go east on 63
From I-71 take Exit 28 and go north on 48 then west on 63
From 63, go south on Broadway and left on South St. to the trail.
MIAMI TOWNSHIP TRAIL HEAD – From I-275 take Exit 52 - Loveland Indian Hill
Turn left at bottom of ramp onto Loveland Madeira Road. At first light turn right on Hopewell Rd./Bridge St. Go across river, then across trail and turn left on Branch Hill Loveland Rd. Park at Miami Riverview Park for trail access.