• Message from the Director

      November is here and winter is just around the corner but that doesn't mean that you have to go into hibernation.  There are some amazing new things to see in your parks.  If you haven't already visited the Robert J. Shook Bikeway Bridge in Farrington Reserve, make sure to stop out and take in the beautiful views of the Great Miami River - from that vantage point, you just might catch a glimpse of the bald eagles that live along the river.

      If you love to trail ride, we have good news for you.  We just opened our first bridle trail at Honey Creek Preserve in Tipp City.   The four-mile trail is the result of a partnership between the Park District and the Miami County Equine Initiatives Task Force.  If you would like to see photos of the ribbon cutting ceremony, visit our Facebook page. 

      On Saturday, December 6 from 6 to 9 p.m. we will be holding our annual Evening of Lights at Charleston Falls Preserve.   It is a great way to kick off the Holiday Season.  In addition to the lighted falls, there will be refreshments, children's crafts, seasonal music and more.  Don't forget to bring a canned food item to donate.  We hope to see you there!

  • Upcoming Programs
    • Adult Exploration Hike
    • Mother Nature's Preschool "Raccoons" - PROGRAM FULL
    • An Evening of Lights at Charleston Falls Preserve
  • Park of the Month
    • Garbry Big Woods Reserve
    • New Horse Trail Open!
    • The Miami County Park District opened its first bridle trail on November 7 at Honey Creek Preserve in Tipp City.  The crisp, cool weather couldn’t keep horse enthusiasts from four different counties from gathering to celebrate the official opening of the trail.

      The parking lot was lined with trailers that transported more than a dozen horses and their riders to the park.  After a short ceremony and ribbon cutting, the riders took to the tra... (Read More)


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    • Do you want to know what is going on at the Park District for the upcoming week? Looking for live feed updates of what the Park District is up to? Wondering what our staff is doing out in the field today? Looking for ideas on what to do outside? Well, the Park District is now on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pintrest so make sure to like, tweet and follow us…you’ll be sure to find what you’re looking for!

          

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