Camping in Madison County, Ohio
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.

Prairie Grass Trail - Trail Descriptions and Maps


Prairie Grass Trail - Madison County (London to South Charleston)





Prairie Grass Trail - Madison County
(London to South Charleston)



The 10-mile trail segment from London to South Charleston was completed in 2004.

  • 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, June 26, 2004.




How to get from the London trailhead to the South Charleston trailhead:


How to get from the South Charleston trailhead to the London trailhead:


Prairie Grass Trailhead

Click for a larger version of the Senior Center Map

McKenzie Bridge was built by the Friends of Madison County Parks and Trails in June of 2004

Welcome to Downtown London


Madison County Senior Center
280 West High Street, London, 43140


Construction on the Prairie Grass Trailhead area has been completed, with continuing enhancements in the planning stages.

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



In June of 2004, the Friends of Madison County Parks and Trails completed construction of a footbridge that provides access to the trailhead by the Madison County Senior Center.

  • Click here for a documentary of the McKenzie Bridge construction.



Plan your visit to Downtown London using this convenient pdf map created by Wilson Printing & Graphics to locate amenities available in London. A copy of this map is posted at the trailhead, and is also available in brochure form.

  • Click on the map for a large, zoomable pdf map.



Mileage charts and other maps of interest:



Click here to continue your ride on the signed Downtown London Bike Routes. Enjoy the amenities of London, and continue on to the Roberts Pass Trail from Maple Street to Wilson Road.




Visitors since September 24, 2006