All the projects listed here are the result of generous donations of our members
and supporters, the funds raised by the annual Half Marathon and 5K and the Cookie
Ride, the dedicated efforts of the officers of TTT and the support and coordination
with local government.
TTT funding has been allocated for completing a project to convert an existing trail
bridge to a covered bridge. The bridge is located on the trail 1.6 miles east of
the Robinson Rd (.8 miles east of Bogus Rd.) has been approved. Parking area is
planned to be completed by January 1! The adjoining property owner has also contributed
to the project with funding and material support. Update: Work started December
29 and is expected to take 3-4 days!
Two miles of new trail between Jamision and Bush Roads west of Washington Court House
will be constructed with funding from a Recreational Trails Grant awarded earlier
this year by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. This is the first of several
projects needed to connect Washington Court House with Wilmington. The trail runs
parallel to US 22 on the north side. Additionally a grant has been awarded to the
Clinton County Park District to construct up to 6 miles of the trail in Clinton County
The project is a cooperative project with the Fayette County Commissioners providing
the administration and handling the reimbursement costs. The purchase of the right-of-way
was made possible by a cooperative effort by the Clinton County Park District and
Tri-County Triangle Trail, Inc. The funding for preparation of the grant application
was provided by Tri-County Triangle Trail, Inc.
The right-of-way has been cleared of many years of growth, the first step needed,
to prepare for completion of the project by May of 2015. Jim Schneider, a well known
trail designer and construction coordinator, prepared and submitted the grant application
and will coordinate the construction process to complete the project.
December 21, 2014: The City of Washington has partnered with TTT to submit an ODNR
Recreational Trail Grant to construct 2 trails, one to connect Eyman Park with the
YMCA on the west side (part of this section includes a start west to the Jamestown
Connector) and extend the trail at least 1100’ to SR 753 on the east side of Washington
CH. This section will be the first phase of connecting Washington CH to the Robinson
Rd trail head. TTT will share application coasts and the City of Washington will
be the grant applicant and administer the grant.
Read about what has been accomplished this year so far and future events! Find out
what is happening in 2015 on the trail, up coming events, new grants and new trail
These events are major fund raisers for trail projects. They are an essential part
of improving the trail and provide local share of grants that are available for these
8th Annual Tri-County Trail Half-Marathon and 5k
Saturday, April 18, 2015 Start 9:30 AM
Brad Lightle Park: Frankfort, Ohio
All proceeds support the Tri-County Triangle Trail. It is an out-and-back course
on the Tri-County Triangle Trail that is flat and mostly shaded. Please be courteous
to all participants and local users that may be on the trail. The half marathon
is 13.1 miles and the 5K is 3.1 miles.
The 21stTri-County Triangle Trail "Cookie" Bicycle Ride
Sunday, August 16, 2015 - Start 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. - Rain or Shine, Brad Lightle Memorial
Park, Frankfort, Ohio
This is a non-competitive, bicycle tour on well maintained, paved county roads, bike
trails and a few low traffic state routes in Ross, Fayette and Highland Counties.
Take your time and ride at your leisure to enjoy the sights, sounds and scents of
a quiet country ride of mileage of 14, 21, 36, 50, 75 and 100 miles, with free homemade
cookies along the way. NEW THIS YEAR - We will offer newly designed “Cookie Ride”
sport water wicking T-shirts that will keep you dry during your summer rides!
Check back soon for registration and info!
Trail Maintenance Update
A big thanks to the Ross County Engineer for clearing the encroaching vegetation
on the Ross County section of the Tri-County Triangle Trail. Many miles of the trail
were being crowded by the growth and now the trail will be improved with the increased
visibility, fewer obstructions, including being able to enjoy the vistas and and
views of streams along the trail that had been blocked by the growth. It will also
allow the Ross County Park District the ability to better maintain the trail berms.
The Ross County Park District completed treatment of the bridges and decks to preserve
the wood decks that were being threatened with weather deterioration.
Pictured Above: Work begins clearing 2 miles of new trail near Bush Road west of
Washington Court House. The trail will ultimately connect Wilmington and Washington
Court House. Thanks to Bruce Willis for photo!
Next Tri-County Triangle Trail Meeting
Washington Court House Service Office
220 Park Ave.
Washington Court House, Ohio
Jan 20, 2015 @ 6:30 p.m.
Public and TTT Members Welcome!
Public Comment of the Following Project is Welcomed!
Tri-County Triangle Trail has partnered with the City of Washington to apply for
a Clean Ohio Trail Fund to construct two connector multi-use trails. One will connect
the trail head at the Robinson Road west approximately 2 miles on acquired right-of-way
and a proposed lease of right-of-way from the Ohio Department of Transportation along
SR 753 to Old Chillicothe Road. This will eliminate the 2.4 mile marked route on
roads and eliminate the SR 753 crossing. The second multi-use trail will connect
Eyman Park on the west side of Washington Court House to the Fayette County YMCA.
The route will follow along Paint Creek.
As part of the public input on this project we are asking for public input for this
project including comments, concerns or questions. This information will be made
part of the grant application which is to be submitted February 1, 2015. Click Here
for a PDF map of the project.
You may also email comments to: email@example.com or mail written comments
to Tri-County Triangle Trail, Inc., 404 E East Street, Washington Court House, Ohio
43160. All comments must be submitted (postmark or emailed) no later than January