Phillips Park is conveniently located at 2092 Dayton-Xenia Rd., Beavercreek and offers a pond for fishing, a shelter and picturesque red barn that creates a vintage backdrop for photographs. Residents can fish at the pond without a State of Ohio fishing license on a catch-and-release basis. The park also offers easy access to a section of the Beaver Creek Wetlands Nature Reserve and its unique habitat. The park was obtained in 1990 through a gift from the Phillips Family of Beavercreek. Just north of the park, you'll discover 76 acres of floodplain woodlands, marsh, wet prairies, woodland pools, scrub shrub wetlands, and along Beaver Creek with a 1.26-mile trail loop. The reserve is a bird watcher's paradise as well as a great place for nature study and photography.
Activities: Hiking, birding, no facilities.
The Phillips Park loop is 1.26 miles with an eastern spur (0.6 miles one way) from the north bridge. The trails are mostly flat; all parts muddy after rain.