Parks Plus

These parks offer more than quiet relaxation and a casual stroll. From a sculpture park to whitewater runs, concert arenas to kayak launches, these parks are on the extreme. 

Pyramid Hill is a 300+ acre sculpture park with 60+ monumental outdoor sculptures displayed in a landscape of rolling hills, meadows, lakes, and hiking trails. The park also features an Ancient S...

Pyramid Hill and Sculpture Park
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Amid the beautifully landscaped gardens, flowering pots, hanging baskets and reflecting pools, this lively park on the banks of the Great Miami River offers a place for those who live, work and play d...

Riverscape MetroPark
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Joyce Park offers picnic areas, beautiful views, and casual walking. If you are interested in a bit more adventure, head to the connected Wake Nation - Waterskiing & wakeboarding via a boat-free c...

Joyce Park and Wake Nation
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RiversEdge Park & Amphitheater is home to concerts and events along the banks of the Great Miami River.

RiversEdge at Marcum Park
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A community hub with access to the river, trail, a restaurant, and an amphitheater. Offering canoe rentals throughout the summer.

Treasure Island Park
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This small MetroPark provides an unobstructed and picturesque view of the downtown Dayton skyline, embraced by the beauty of nature. It’s the perfect spot to unwind at the end of the day, wat...

Deeds Point MetroPark
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The Park consists of 220 wooded acres which provide shelters, grounds and areas to play ball. Two lakes (Tawawa and Amos) are located in the complex. The William Ross Covered Bridge dedicated in 1971 ...

Tawawa Park
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