River Maps

  • Miami Conservancy District

    Paddling on the Great Miami River, a state and national designated water trail

  • Miami Conservancy District

    It's always a good day on the river!

  • Miami Conservancy District

    Fly fishing in downtown Dayton on the Great Miami River

  • Miami Conservancy District

    Paddling near Deed's Point at the confluence of the Great Miami and Mad rivers in downtown Dayton

  • Miami Conservancy District

    Fly fishing on the Mad River

  • Miami Conservancy District

    Preparing to launch from downstream of Taylorsville Dam

Love to paddle, row, fish or bird watch? You’ve come to the right place. MCD publishes river maps of the Great Miami River, Stillwater River and Mad River water trails to help you plan your next – or first – kayaking or canoeing experience. The water trail maps show you public access points, river miles, safety information and more. Download them or contact your local park district for a printed copy.

You can also download more detailed maps of the Great Miami River in 10-mile sections. These river access and bike trail 10-mile segment maps will give you a variety of trip ideas.

Within the Great Miami River Watershed Water Trail, you can enjoy

  • 291 miles of rivers and streams
  • 3 whitewater play kayak parks
  • 117 public access points
  • 100+ natural and urban parks
  • World-class fishing
  • Unique river cities and towns

Six rivers and streams – the Great Miami River, Stillwater River and Mad River, along with Twin Creek, Greenville Creek and Buck Creek – make up one of only 21 national water trail systems (designated by the U.S. Department of the Interior) and the only one in Ohio. The three rivers are state-designated water trails, too. And the Stillwater River and Greenville Creek are state-designated Scenic Rivers.