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Grailville is nestled in 315 acres of woods, pasture, creeks and gardens. Our trails are available to nature lovers during daylight hours.

Walkers and hikers are invited to the Welcome Center for trail maps, brochures on native plants, fair-trade gifts and more information about the history and mission of Grailville and The Grail (Click here for hours.) Dogs are welcome on our trails, on leash.

Our one-mile long South Trail leads from the Store and Welcome Center, through woodlands, streams, and pastures, down to Bares Creek.  Nature-inspired art, sculpture, and mosaic pieces enhance the journey.  Take a moment to rest and reflect on one of our beautiful natural benches.  This trail emerges from the woods near the barns and gardens - follow the gravel drive back.  

The North side of the property includes many mown paths for enjoying a peaceful walk in nature.  Approximately a mile and a half in total, you can walk along the fields, by the Grail cemetery and see the modern-art telephone pole sculptures installed in the 1960’s.  The path also intersects with O’Bannon Creek, one of the most beautiful areas of Grailville and a favorite for bird lovers.  Native plant and wildflower lovers also enjoy the diverse plant life that flourish in the prairies that surround these paths.

Grailville Poles

Trails FAQ

  • There are 3 Trails at Grailville
  • Each Trail is marked with a white and green sign
  • 1 Trail on the south side starts behind the Welcome Center
  • 2 Trails criss-cross the north side starting at The Ark and The Oratory
  • Each Trail is about 1 mile long
  • The trails are NOT paved and are NOT flat
  • The Trails are open to the community every day of the year during the daylight hours
  • There is no fee for use
  • Dogs on leashes are welcome to walk with you
  • The Welcome Center (open Mon-Sat) has maps, bird guides, plant and tick info, and poison ivy soap available for your use
  • There is a kiosk behind The Oratory with north side Trails information
  • Thanks to grants from ArtsWave and Ohio Arts Council there are place-based art installations and benches along the Trails
  • Thanks to several Eagle Scouts there are benches and places for reflection along the Trails
  • The Trails are cared for by volunteers

For more information on the Trails or to organize a group activity utilizing the Trails, please contact Terrie at 513.683.2340 x 225 or

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