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Only 20 minutes from Dayton, the park offers a great variety of trails as well as options to kayak, fish, or picnic. Enjoy the lush forest and spectacular fall colors and keep your eyes open for plants and animals that you won't see anywhere else in Montgomery County. The park also contains cedar glades, large open grasslands, dry hillside prairies, several ponds, and Twin Creek giving a great variety of scenery along its nearly 16 miles of trails.
Food & Drink
After the Hike: Local Favorites
Biggest wings in town! 1B Warm beer and Lousy Food! #HA!
Cool, private party room upstairs w/its own little bar! Love the aviation/Air Force theme & decor...real AF patches give it a different flair from other establishments w/Dayton aviation history
Central Perc European Café
The hot tea , the scones, the sandwiches, the desserts, the owners. You can't go wrong with lunch or high tea here! Bring cash or check, though, because they don't take credit.
Hands-On Bike Maintenance - Fix A Flat:
Jun 28 - Cincinnati REI
If it hasn't happened yet, it will. You're riding along happily when a flat tire stops the fun. In this Hands-On class our bike techs will share tips and tricks for fixing a flat, changing your bike tube and getting back on the go. Details
Camp Cooking Basics:
Jun 29 - Mount Airy Forest
Do you want to make easy and fun meals at camp but feel unsure how to cook them? We'd like to help you learn how to set up your kitchen and create easy and fun meals everyone will enjoy. Details