Ohio's Miami Valley area offers both beautiful open road/back road cycling, as well as a wonderful system of recreational trails to its residents and visitors. Over 250 miles of delightful, invigorating trails stretch across five counties, crossing a variety of terrains. The Little Miami Bike Trail system is primarily a fully-paved, former railroad bed.
A great ride is a good reason to stay at Hearthstone Inn & Suites here in Greene County, Ohio!
Over a million people a year find it in Greene County!
If you like bike paths, Greene County is the gateway to over 140 miles of paved rails-to-trails. Prefer the open road? There are over 600 miles of relaxing country roads, try one of our suggested rides. Mountain biking? We have over 14 miles of dedicated trails. You'll discover espresso bars, bike rentals (right here at Hearthstone too!) and restaurants right on the bike paths.
Trail users ride past museums and monuments, picnic areas and restaurants, and acres of gently-rolling terrain. The trails wind through small towns rich with history and charm including Cedarville, Yellow Springs, and Loveland.
Hearthstone Inn & Suites is located directly on Trail #4 (The Ohio-To-Erie Trail/Prarie Grass Trail.) We are 7.78 miles from the Little Miami Bike Trail (Trail #1) with the connection hub centralized at Xenia Station. From the Xenia Station hub, you can bike on some of the most amazing off-road cycling trail routes in the United States!
Click on the MyBikeTrails map offered on this page to explore our exhilarating trails, amenities, shops, restaurants, and much more.
USING THE MAP BELOW: Close the Hearthstone Inn & Suites window [X] Use your mouse/pointer/stylus on the open hand icon to grab/move the trail map. Move the map until you see the gray-framed Little Miami Trail System area. Hover the open hand to touch any feature or amenity until the open-hand icon becomes a pointing finger. [click]
The column on the LEFT can be used to explore other Ohio bike trail systems.
The column on the RIGHT can be used to select map elements and view locations of specific topographical, tourism, and amenities located on/near the trail system you are currently exploring.