• Message from the Director

      Summer is here and it is a great time to get outside and active! Not to mention the perfect time of year to take up a new outdoor hobby— there are so many, you’ll be sure to find one that peaks your interest. Check out different apps available for plant, tree or bird identification. Go on a “treasure hunt” looking for the geocaches in the Parks or take a hike looking for Ramble Quest signs.  Maybe you have always wanted to try fishing, check out our ponds at Stillwater Prairie, Twin Arch, Garbry Big Woods and Maple Ridge. No fishing license required at these Park ponds. Take up canoeing or kayaking on the Great Miami or Stillwater Rivers. Several Parks, including Farrington Reserve, Maple Ridge Reserve, Stillwater Prairie Reserve and Twin Arch Reserve have boat access. Get some more great ideas on what to do this summer by checking out our Program Calendar and registering for a program today. 

      I hope to see you in Your Parks!!

  • Upcoming Programs
    • Eco-Splorers "Bike Week"
    • Adult Exploration Hike
    • Canoe Float
  • Park of the Month
    • Garbry Big Woods Sanctuary
    • Notice to Bidders: Lost Creek Phase I Development - West Driveway
    • The Bidding documents, drawings and specifications may now be reviewed at the Park District Office, 2645 E. State Route 41 in Troy. They can be obtained for a nonrefundable fee of $30.00 payable to the Miami County Park District. Bids may be submitted by mail or in person to the Park District Office. For the full notice please click on this link. Sealed proposals will be received... (Read More)

    • Plants for Pollinators
    • Make sure when you are selecting plants this year you are keeping in mind our pollinators. Why you may ask? Because we all depend on them to provide us with a wide range of food, and they are part of the intricate web that helps support biodiversity in the natural ecosystem that helps sustain our quality of life! Unfortunately, the numbers of pollinators have been declining due to habitat loss, disease and excessive/inappropriate use of pesticides. So it is imperative that we take immediate step... (Read More)
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