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Local Parks: Greene County

The Greene County Park District and the Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Arts are supported by one staff serving two separate, unique entities. The Greene County Park District, an autonomous body, supports and encourages conservation and preservation of our natural areas, parks and wildlife, while providing "passive" nature, environmental and educational programming to individuals, organizations and groups from the local school districts.

The Greene County Recreation, Parks and Cultural Arts Department is a county government agency that provides more "active" programming, including recreation, leisure, wellness, cultural arts, services, programs and special events.

Greene County Parks Office

651 Dayton-Xenia Road
Xenia, Ohio 45385
Phone: 937-562-7440 or 937-427-2883, ext. 7440, Fax: 937-562-7441
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Fairborn - Greene County Pool - Map

The Fairborn - Greene County Pool (part of the Greene County Pool System) is located at 751 Dayton-Yellow Springs Road, between Community Park East and Fairborn High School.

Restrooms, drinking water, handicap accessible. 2 acres. The pools is open for daily activities from 12:30 - 7:00 p.m. Phone: 879-9024.

Beaver Creek Wetlands

Accessible from Phillips Park, just off Dayton-Xenia Road

  • Hiking
  • No facilities,
  • 76 acres

Caesar's Ford Park

520 South Stringtown Road
Xenia, Ohio 45385 | Map

  • Size: 97 acres
  • Home of Blue Jacket Outdoor Drama, restrooms, drinking water, handicap accessible

Clifton Reserve

2762 South River Road
Clifton, Ohio

  • 4 acres
  • River access, picnic area, indoor rental facility, limited facilities

Constitution Park

St. Rt. 42 and St. Rt. 725
Spring Valley
Along the Little Miami River

  • 4 acres
  • Canoe launch, primitive camping (+), no facilities

Creekside Reserve

North side of St. Rt. 35 W. between Factory Road and N. Fairfield Road
Beavercreek, Ohio

  • 136 acres, wetland, prairie and forest habitats
  • Access from Creekside Trail
  • Hiking, no parking, no facilities

Crooked Creek Nature Sanctuary

Spahr Road, Sugarcreek Township

  • (*) Use by permit only
  • Forest habitat, hiking, no facilities, 18 acres

Fairgrounds Recreation Center
Mullins Memorial Pool/Scout Burnell-Garbrecht Dog Park

210 Fairground Road
Xenia, Ohio | Map

  • County pool, tennis courts, soccer fields, horseshoe pits, sand volleyball courts
  • basketball courts, 2 picnic shelters, paved trail, handicap accessible
  • fenced, leash-free dog park
  • 62 acres

Frank Seaman Park

4730 Cottonville Road
Jamestown, Ohio | Map

  • Picnic shelter, grills, soccer fields, tennis courts, volleyball courts, softball,baseball fields
  • access to Jamestown Connector
  • handicap accessible
  • 42 acres

Glady Run Reserve & Staging Area

Lower Bellbrook Rd.

  • 33 acres, Little Miami Scenic Trail access
  • wetland, limited facilities 33 acres

Glenn Thompson Reserve/Jacob's Landing

St. Rt. 35 and Trebein Road between Xenia and Beavercreek along the Little Miami River

  • Canoe launch, picnic area, hiking, no facilities
  • 61 acres

Indian Mound Reserve/Peterson Park/Cedar Cliff Falls

2750 U.S. Rt. 42 E.
Cedarville, Ohio

  • Peterson Park historic rest area, Williamson Mound, Pollock Works, Massie Creek Gorge
  • 1800's log house and Cedar Cliff Falls
  • Picnic shelter, gazebo, river access, hiking, partially handicap accessible, limited facilities
  • 168 acres

Jacoby Road Launch/Morris Bean Reserve

Jacoby Road along the Little Miami River just off Clifton Road
Xenia Township

  • Canoe launch, primitive camping
  • 54 acres

James Ranch Park

177 Fairgrounds Road
Xenia, Ohio 45385 | Map

  • Size: 4 acres
  • Creekside Trail access, floral/vegetable/herb gardens, 1800's farm house, springhouse, pond
  • Home of the annual SANTA'S HOLIDAY IN THE PARK event.

Karohl Park

2940 Hohl Drive
Beavercreek, Ohio 45432 | Map

  • Size: 29 acres
  • Historic farmstead, no facilities

Massie Creek Park

3422 Barber Road
Cedarville, Ohio 45314 | Map

  • Size: 16 acres
  • Ohio to Erie Trail access
  • Soccer fields, youth softball fields, picnic shelter, limited facilities, partially handicap accessible, restrooms

Mill Bridge Launch/Bud Owens Landing

Washington Mill Road in Bellbrook along the Little Miami Scenic River

  • Canoe launch primitive camping, handicap accessible, no facilities
  • 11 acres

Narrows Reserve & Nature Center

2575 Indian Ripple Road
Beavercreek Township

  • Nature Center, handicap accessible
  • Canoe launch, river fishing, hiking, primitive camping, handicap accessible
  • 162 acres

Neighborhood Center

1208 Wilberforce-Clifton Road
Wilberforce, Ohio

  • Size: 2 acres
  • Indoor facility, picnic shelter, restrooms, drinking water, handicap accessible

Old Town Reserve

Old Springfield Pike and St. Rt. 68

  • Little Miami Scenic Trail access
  • Picnic shelter, grill, handicap accessible
  • 5 acres

Pierce Park

618 Dayton-Xenia Road
Xenia, Ohio 45385 | Map

  • 21 acres
  • Hiking, picnic shelter, grill, swings, handicap accessible

Sara Lee Arnovitz Preserve

350 Kinsey Road & Hillcrest Drive

  • Wetlands with boardwalk access, hiking, no facilities
  • 42 acres

Southdown Reserve

Just off of Garland Avenue

  • Hiking, wetlands area, no facilities
  • 169 acres

Spring Lakes Park

2191 Ferry Road

  • Hiking, fishing, icnic shelter, grills, handicap accessible, primitive camping
  • 23 acres

Trebein Road Radar Site

Located on Trebein Road near New Germany-Trebein Road
Beavercreek Township

  • Park facilities under design
  • 91.4 acres

Twin Towers Area Park

501 Yellow Springs-Fairfield Road
between Yellow Springs and Fairborn

  • Soccer fields, concessions, equestrian center, dog training area, model glider area,
  • Picnic shelters, internal paved trail , event camping , handicap accessible, limited facilities
  • 102 acres

William Maxwell Rest Area

Located beside the Creekside Trail
just off of Dayton-Xenia Road
Beavercreek Township, Owned by Beavercreek Township
Managed the Greene County Park District

  • Features memorial stone to William Maxwell, the first printer/publisher in the Northwest Territory and the State of Ohio
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