Licking River Greenway and Trails is an ambitious Northern Kentucky effort to create an urban greenway from the mouth of the Licking River to the I-275 loop. The trails system seeks to connect neighborhoods and businesses on both sides of the river improving safety and increasing property values.


More Trails Open!

The trails beginning directly behind Holmes High School at the corner of Levassor and Eastern Ave. are officially opened and extended once again! Enjoy about a two mile hike north to 9th street (behind Randolph Park) and back! Parking is available in the east parking lot of Holmes High School (accessible from Eastern Ave). Additionally, make sure to utilize the paved trails which are accessible from Clayton-Meyer Park!


Check out our successes from 2013 here:

2013 yearly roundup.pdf


Click here to watch a video about the groundbreaking on May 5th, 2012!


The Trails are coming to Wilder!

The City of Wilder has started construction on paved trails. This system will begin at the City of Wilder building and bring users to Frederick’s Landing. We are excited about this expansion and cannot wait to see people utilizing more of the LRGT!


2014 Community Day Dates:

May 3

June 21

November 8

9am-Noon


May 3rd Information:

Please meet at the dead end of East 16th Street

We will be pulling budding honeysuckle so please wear long pants and closed toe shoes!

Breakfast and lunch will be provided!!

 

Licking River Greenway and Trails

Greenways, Parks, Rivers, Bike and Walking Trails, are among the top priorities of Northern Kentucky residents. We all want more ways to play outdoors and enjoy beautiful natural settings with family, friends, and neighbors.

Licking River Greenway and Trails  •  859-292-3292

50 East RiverCenter Blvd. Suite 465  •  Covington, KY 41011

             Trail Guide

Length: 5 miles

Current End Point: Randolph Park

Cities: Newport, Covington, Wilder, Taylor Mill

Surfaces: nature trails, paved trails, water trails

Current Start Point: Holmes High School

(Paved trails begin at Clayton-Meyer Park)

Wilder City Building