Springfield Multi-Use Trail System Receives Wayfinding Updates

Springfield Multi-Use Trail System Receives Wayfinding Updates

Springfield Multi-Use Trail System Receives Wayfinding Updates  

Springfield, Ohio- National Trail Parks and Recreation District, Clark County Combined Health District, and community partners have collaborated to create a more welcoming environment for those who utilize the multi-use trail network throughout the Springfield / Clark County community. New signage, GPS location stickers, and user-friendly maps of area trails all aid in increasing ease of navigation for trail users. The installation of these changes has already begun, and is scheduled for completion early in 2019.                                            

The National Trail Parks & Recreation District (NTPRD) manages an abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities for Clark County residents that include 20 plus miles of multi-use trails, 1,000 plus acres of parks and facilities that include Buck Creek, Simon Kenton and a portion of the Little Miami Scenic trails. Wayfinding improvements create a more inviting atmosphere for attracting new park and trail patrons, and allow users to navigate the trails with confidence.

 

Funding for this initiative was provided through a joint effort that includes the Clark County Combined Health District’s Creating Healthy Communities Coalition, National Trail Parks and Recreation District (NTPRD) and Clark Transportation Coordinating Committee. For additional information on the resources and programs of Clark County trails and parks, check-out the NTPRD website at www.ntprd.org.