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Trail Condition Update 10/7/14:
Sections of the trail between mile marker 9 and 12 have been paved. This includes
the washout area between the bridges (about mile marker 10) and several additional
sections of rough trail. The ride between Maple Grove Rd and Frankfort is now much
more enjoyable! Thanks to the Ross County Park District for making these needed
The Ross County Park district will be paving the section east to the first bridge
from the Frankfort parking area on Main Street. Watch for signs for trail closure
for a day or two. Check our facebook page for updates on this work
The trail is leaf covered in wooded sections and some walnuts remain in several areas
so beware. Also beware of branches across the trail. Hopefully once the leaves
are down we can get the trail ready for some fall rides.
The trail from Chillicothe to Washington Court House has been mowed, cleared and
honeysuckle cut back thanks to the Ross County Park District, Fayette County Engineer
and Tri-County Trail volunteers!
Read about what has been accomplished this year so far and future events! Find out
what is happening in 2014 on the trail, events, grants and new construction!
The 7th Annual Tri-County Triangle Trail Half Marathon and 5K was held at Brad Lightle
Park, Frankfort, Ohio on Saturday April 19, 2014
A record number of runners supporting the trail turned out on a wonderful day for
running! Thanks to every runner, their family and friends, volunteers, sponsors,
the Village of Frankfort and the efforts of event organizers Jo Sager and David Piggot
for an outstanding event that raises needed funds to keep the trail open and safe
Riders take a rest at the Washington CH Cookie Stop!
A total of 142 riders took part in the 20th Tri-County Triangle Trail Cookie Bicycle
Ride on August 17, 2014. Riders enjoyed great weather, great cookies and wonderful
rural scenery in the 20th edition of the Tri-County Triangle Trail Cookie Ride!
The ride is a major fund raiser for trail projects, including maintenance, facilities
and construction of new trail. We thank everyone who supported the trail by riding
and purchasing t-shirts. A special thanks to Wendy and Dave from Maryland for purchasing
Pie Ride A Big Success!
On Thursday evening, October 2, 2014 over 100 bicyclists departed the Hopewell Culture
National Park Service Parking Area on Sulfur Lick Rd for the annual fall evening/night
7 mile ride to the Dairy Cone and the Concord Twp. Fire Department next door in Frankfort.
Riders enjoyed a great selection of pies, ice cream and beverage before returning
to the parking area after dark on a beautiful warm fall evening.
Thanks to everyone who made this event possible including the Diary Cone, the Concord
Twp. Fire Department, volunteers that organized the event, cleared and removed walnuts
and posted event signs along the trail!