July 2, 2016
I went to Keehner Park on a weekday night when I could get no one else to ride.
As other reviewers have noted, the trail head is not easy to find and the trails themselves are not really clearly marked. That said, in dry conditions, the trails offered enough variety to keep my interested and the roots and rocks were challenging though not overly so. It is more or less a power line trail, with single track routes going in and out of the forest, across the cleared section and back again.
There is also a really long climb on what amounts to double track. There's really only one track in a widely mowed swath and the climb is long enough to get a really good burn going in your legs. The best part is going back down. Without trees inches away from your bars, you can really let the brakes loose and let the bike work.
I can tell that it would be a bear if the trails were the least bit wet.
This place has potential. A regular trail steward would do this place a world of good.
All in all, if you live in the northern suburbs of Cincinnati and want a trail that's easy to get to, this is a good choice.
Harbin Park, Fairfield, OH