Friends of Madison County Parks and Trails
As you plan your trip on our trails in Madison County, please observe our Trail Safety and Courtesy Guidelines.

Currently the Madison County Park District does not allow horses on the Madison County trails. However, in case you visit any trails where horses are permitted, we are also providing Equestrian Safety and Courtesy Guidelines.

Roberts Pass Trail - Trail Descriptions and Maps

Maple Street Trailhead - Roberts Pass

Roberts Pass Map

Roberts Pass dedicated in July of 2005

Roberts Pass paving completed in November 2007

Wilson Road looking east - Camp Chase Trail
Roberts Pass
(Maple Street to Wilson Road)


This remaining 6.5-mile segment from downtown London east toward Franklin County was completed with a crushed limestone base in July of 2005.

  • Click here for a documentary of the various stages of construction

  • Click here to view our photo gallery of the ribbon cutting ceremony that took place on Saturday, July 2, 2005.




Paving was completed on the Roberts Pass segment of the Ohio to Erie Trail in November of 2007.

  • Click here for a documentary of the paving construction.

  • Click here to view our photo gallery of the ribbon cutting ceremony that took place on Saturday, December 1, 2007.

  • Click here for a map to the new parking area at the Wilson Road terminus of the Roberts Pass segment.




Construction was completed on the new Roberts Pass Trailhead on the east side of London in October of 2010.

  • Click here for a documentary of the various stages of construction

  • Click here to view our photo gallery of the ribbon cutting ceremony that took place on Thursday, October 28, 2010

  • This is the first phase of the future London Nature Preserve. Click here to view sketches of the planning stages of this project.




The trail is now connected from the Wilson Road terminus in Madison County to the Battelle-Darby Creek Metro Park in Georgesville, and will eventually be completed into Columbus.

  • Click here to continue your ride on the Camp Chase Trail.





Visitors since September 24, 2006