Thousands of acres.
Miles and miles of trails.
It all belongs to you.
All restrooms, playgrounds and camping sites are closed until further notice
We don’t mean to be pushy but…Get out here! We all need a little push sometimes, so, we hope you forgive us. Your parks and trails have an amazing crew who are out here every day making sure you have the coolest, best backyard in the country. Which you do. Because your parks and trails are awesome. And you should go all the time. To as many places as you can.
- Hebble Creek Reserve
- Cemex Reserve*
- Pearl’s Fen
- Twin Towers Park
- Jacoby Road Canoe Launch
- Clifton Reserve & Lodge
- Indian Mound Reserve (Cedar Cliff Falls)
- Hobson Freedom Park FITNESS TRAIL CLOSED
- Koogler Wetland Prairie Reserve
- Russ Nature Reserve PLAYSCAPE CLOSED
- Karohl Park LIMITED TO 14 CARS
- Creekside Reserve
- Phillips Park
- Beaver Creek Wetlands Reserve
- Glenn Thompson Reserve
- Pierce Park
- James Ranch Park
- Fairgrounds Recreation Center
- Old Town Reserve
- Sara Lee Arnovitz Nature Preserve
- Kinsey Road Mound
- Narrows Reserve
- Mill Bridge Launch
- Spring Lakes Park
- Constitution Park
- Caesar Ford Park
- Frank Seaman Park
* Cemex Reserve is temporarily closed due to storm damage.
Are you a plan-aheader or a suddenly-gotta-go biker?
We love both kinds.
We mostly hate to brag. That’s a Midwest thing. But, when it comes to Greene County’s Bike Trails, we gotta say, it’s hard to resist.
Your Greene County bike trails include the HUB for the Miami Valley Trails Network. It’s the largest paved trail network in the country.
Xenia Station, just south of downtown Xenia is the center of it all. Four out of five of our trails connect so you can get from North to West to South to East – all along the bike trail.
You can find a list of accessible parks for each of our five trails on our Cycling page.
Wright Brothers-Huffman Prairie Bikeway
Ohio to Erie Trail
Little Miami Scenic Trail
Public trails for the public
Motorized wheelchairs can access all paved bike paths without a permit. If you have an impairment that requires another form of motorized transportation, please download and fill out the Electric Vehicle Request and we’ll respond as quickly as we can! We want everyone to enjoy the trails so if you have any questions, please call or email us today at 937-562-6440 or firstname.lastname@example.org.