• Due to ditch maintenance, please use caution when using the bikeway on Dye Mill Road. Due to ditch maintenance, please use caution when using the bikeway on Dye Mill Road. 
    • Message from the Director

      School is back in session and the weather is getting cooler. However, this doesn’t mean things at the Park District are slowing down.  Coming soon is the long awaited completion of the Robert J. Shook Bikeway Bridge. When finished, this beautiful structure will connect the Troy and Piqua sections of the bikeway.  The official dedication ceremony will take place on October 3. 

      Make sure to keep your eye out for the new postcard that will be in your mailboxes at end of this month.  It will feature all of our programs and special events for the rest of the year. You can also check out our program calendar for all our upcoming fall activities. See you Your Parks!

  • Upcoming Programs
    • Corn Maze
    • Music in the Park "Star Gaze"
    • Dog Social "Dog Olympics"
  • Park of the Month
    • Garbry Big Woods Reserve
    • Enter Our Fall Farm Fest Scarecrow Contest
    • The Miami County Park District is gearing up for their annual Fall Farm Fest to be held at Lost Creek Reserve on October 11th and 12th.  We are looking for businesses and organizations who would like to take part in the annual Scarecrow Contest.  It is an opportunity for you advertise your business/organization while showing your talent and creativity.  This is one of the highlights of the festival.  Last year there were over ... (Read More)


    • Coyotes in Your Neighborhood and Parks
    • You may have seen a coyote in one of the Parks or even in your own neighborhood. However, you usually do not need to be alarmed. Coyotes are highly adaptable animals that live in a variety of habitats. Also keep in mind that coyotes are common throughout the state of Ohio and are regularly seen within city limits. So, if you spot a coyote near your house or in the Parks there is no need to report the sighting to a wildlife official unless the animal appears hurt, sick or acting suspicious. ... (Read More)
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