They all belong to you.
Beautiful woods and meadows, the sounds of our soothing bird calls, fishing ponds and streams, and a host of flowering plants – hiking any or all of Greene County’s parks is a perfect way to unwind, spend quality time with friends or family, or to find much needed solitude. Oh, and the fresh air and exercise isn’t bad for you, either.
So many great parks for hiking and walking – each has its own unique setting for your escape.
Call your friend, grab your partner
Get out here today!
- Beaver Creek Wetlands Reserve
- Caesar Ford Park
- Cemex Reserve
- Clifton Reserve & Lodge
- Creekside Reserve
- Glenn Thompson Reserve
- Indian Mound Reserve
- James Ranch Park
- Karohl Park
- Kinsey Road Mound
- Koogler Wetland Prairie Reserve
- Mill Bridge Launch
- Narrows Reserve
- Pearl’s Fen
- Phillips Park
- Russ Nature Reserve
- Sara Lee Arnovitz Nature Preserve
- Twin Towers Park
Can’t always get yourself out the door?
Sign up today to join Wellness Walkers
The group meets every week to get moving…and get their heart rates going! Walks are guided and self-paced. Thursdays from 9:30 to 10:30am. Contact City of Beavercreek Parks & Recreation to register at 937-427-5514.