Mother Nature the artist…

Birds, Bees, Water and Trees

The Nature Center is closed to the public.

Please remember to follow all park rules as well as all the guidelines in place by the CDC and state government officials.

Parking in the grass and along the roadways is prohibited. The grass areas have been blocked off with caution tape. All cars MUST be in an established parking spot only. If there are no parking spots available, consider the lot closed until a spot opens.

Narrows Reserve is beautiful. Calming and exciting, refreshing and familiar all at the same time.

There are close to six miles of trails that wind along the Little Miami River and through woods and meadow. You can launch your canoes and kayaks for a refreshing and beautiful trip on the water. You can also meet, talk to, and learn about the many raptors indigenous to our area at the Raptor Aviary.

With special thanks to the Greene County Beekeepers Association, you can watch and learn how to care for and harvest honey from their apiary.


Greene County Beekeepers Association: maintains and manages the bee apiary

Honey Harvest: Date and details to come for this annual event. Stay tuned!

Canoeing and camping!

The Narrows Reserve is a great place for launching your canoe, fishing and “roughing it” at one of our primitive campsites.

Camping Permit

Get out of the house!

Take your son or daughter to Narrows Reserve for a trip down the Little Miami River or a walk through the beautiful woodland trails.

Narrows Reserve
2575 Indian Ripple Rd.
Beavercreek, OH 45385

Driving south on Factory Rd. in Beavercreek, you’ll run right into the Reserve entrance. To get to the Nature Center, turn right on Indian Ripple from Factory Rd. and the driveway is 50 feet up the road on your left.

GPS: N 39 41.411 W 84 01.776

Questions? Want more ideas for ways to enjoy your Narrows Reserve experience? Call us today!