Camping in Madison County, Ohio

Adopt-a-Trail Program

Assistant Scoutmaster Jerry Grigsby, Brian Bingman, and Gene Pass.

Help your community by signing up for the Adopt-a-Trail Program.

The purpose of the program is to assist in maintaining assigned segments of the Prairie Grass Trail in Madison County.

Responsibilities include cleaning debris from the trail, and helping to maintain a safe trail by reporting hazards, obstacles and any adverse trail conditions.

Boy Scout Troop 102 pioneered the program in 2004 by becoming the first organization to adopt a trail segment. Click here for an archived report from Scoutmaster Casey Elliott.

The trail has been divided into the following segments:



Wilson Road to Glade Run Road: Country Bunch 4-H Club
Glade Run Road to Spring Valley Road: Boy Scout Troop 104
Spring Valley Road to Maple Street: Boy Scout Troop 102
Midway Street to Roberts Mill Road: Prairie Raiders 4H Group
Roberts Mill Road to Neil East Road: Chandler Masonic Lodge 138
Neil East Road to Neil Road: (available)
Neil Road to Botkin Road: (available)

Please contact us if you are interested in adopting one of the available trail segments!

Spring Valley Road to Maple Street: Boy Scout Troop 102 Roberts Mill Road to Neil East Road: Chandler Masonic Lodge 138
Midway Street to Roberts Mill Road: Prairie Raiders 4H Group Glade Run Road to Spring Valley Road: Boy Scout Troop 104




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