Riverfront Parks Trail

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

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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Lock Nine Park
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The park is designed to accommodate paddle boats, canoes, kayaks and bicyclists. A picnic shelter emblazoned with the park’s name is complimented by an amphitheater for free summer concerts.

Treasure Island Park
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Kyle Park includes 280 acres, and is located South of Main Street off of South First Street. There are 3 shelters available for use, 10 soccer fields, 2 softball diamonds, 10 baseball diamonds, 2 sand...

Thomas Kyle Memorial Park Dog Park, Hiker Trails, & Horse Trails
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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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Like any other national park in the country, it's the people, the places and the stories which form the heart and soul of each park. Stories of the people and the places which tell us more about the h...

Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park
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MCD maintains the Miami Bend Park in West Carrollton. A quiet respite from the urban metropolitan area, the park offers ample parking, a kayak launch, informational kiosks and ADA accessible boat dock...

Miami Conservancy District's Miami Bend Park
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A short walk the shops and restaurants of downtown Miamisburg, the park covers 7 acres of green space along the Great Miami River. The park hosts many events including concerts, carnivals, and season...

Miamisburg's Riverfront Park
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Located at the very southern end of the township, this 34 acre park borders the Great Miami River. The Route 25/Great Miami Recreation Trail’s southernmost section runs through the park as it fo...

Crains Run Nature Park
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Bicentennial Commons, along the Great Miami River Trail, features AK Pavilion, scenic overlook and brick paver walkways.

Bicentennial Commons
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The River Center at Bicentennial Commons, Middletown, is situated along the Great Miami River Trail and serves as a reprieve for bicyclists, runners, and pedestrians alike. The building is 3,006 squa...

River Center - MetroParks of Butler County
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Smith Park features playground equipment, picnic tables, grills, baseball diamonds, soccer fields, football fields, picnic shelters, fitness trail, 7-acre fishing pond, and a floating dock.

Smith Park
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The park has over 400 acres that include acres of woodland, about a half-mile frontage along the Great Miami River, remnants of the old Miami-Erie Canal, a prehistoric Indian earthwork, a reconstructe...

Rentschler Forest Metropark
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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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