This Preserve has 200 acres of prairie, wetlands and woodlands. Follow the 1-mile trail through each unique ecosystem. There is also a 4-mile bridle trail on the west side of Honey Creek. This is a great site to trail ride, bird watch, cross-country ski, hike and fish. Click on the link to view the brochure map or bridle trail map for Honey Creek Preserve.
Hobart Urban Nature Preserve has just over 2 miles of trail and over 80 acres of land. This is a fantastic place to unwind by bird-watching, taking leisurely walks and observing nature. Hobart offers an escape for city dwellers along with unique welded sculptures donated from the collection of the Hobart Welding Institute. Click on the link to view the brochure map for Hobart Urban Nature Preserve.
Greenville Falls has 92 acres and nearly 1 mile of trail. It’s a wonderful place to take a stroll, admire historical features and view wildlife. This park is full of unique features. To find out more click on the tabs below! Click on the link to view the brochure map for Greenville Falls.
The Great Miami River Recreational Trail boasts 32 miles of bikeway through Miami County. Enjoy nature while getting active by biking, running or walking along the trail. For more information, please click on the tabs below!
For information on the entire bikeway system, visit Miami Valley Trails.
Goode Prairie Reserve has 5 acres of land with access to the Scenic Stillwater River. This reserve is an excellent place to fish, boat and view wildlife. Enjoy the river and nature at this park! Click on the tabs below to read more about the Reserve!
Goode Prairie Preserve has 25 acres of tall prairie grass with a half mile of trail. Enjoy the peaceful countryside by taking a leisurely hike. Don’t forget to check out the beautiful wildflowers in June and July! Please take a look at the tabs below to find out more. Click on the link to view the brochure map of Goode Prairie Preserve.
This beautiful 100-acre park has almost 1 mile of a boardwalk loop trail. This park offers peaceful walking and wildlife observation. It's undisturbed wet beech maple forest is quite unique. It is the only park in our park district that does not allow pets on the boardwalk due to sensitive plant life. Click on the tabs below for more information. Click on the link to view the brochure map of Garbry Big Woods Sanctuary.
Garbry Big Woods has over 170 acres with 2.2 miles of trail. It’s a wonderful place for group outings, fishing and hiking. A special feature of this park is its educational arboretum. For more information check out our tabs below! Click on the link to view the brochure map of Garbry Big Woods Reserve.
F.L. Blankenship is comprised of over 5 acres with .25 miles of trail. It’s a great place for fishing, canoeing or just watching wildlife. A bicentennial time capsule is actually buried on the property. Please click on the tabs below for more information.
Farrington Reserve has 27 acres of land with 2,500 feet of Great Miami River access. It offers excellent opportunities for boating, fishing, exercising and viewing wildlife. Not to mention it has easy access to the Great Miami River Recreational Trail for biking and hiking. Take a look at the tabs below for additional information. Click on the link to view the brochure map of Farrington Reserve.