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Greene County Parks


Green County Parks- Information on parks and programs in our county.  County parks close to Spring Valley include: 

Constitution Park

Located on the Little Miami River on State Rt. 725, where Spring Valley’s Main Street ends, this 2-acre park is operated by the Greene County Park District.  In addition to a historical marker, the park offers a canoe launch, picnic table and benches, and primitive camping.  Local resident and historian Ione King was instrumental in establishing this park.

Funk Nature Sanctuary

Located on the Little Miami River, bordered by US 42 and the Little Miami Scenic Bikeway, this 21-acre protected landscape area is owned by the Greene County Park District.

Travertine Fen

This 21-acre site is located on the northeast of the Little Miami Scenic Bikeway, just beyond the Bellbrook Avenue Bridge.  It is a protected wetland fed by springs and is home to many rare species.  This unique fen is open only on naturalist-led hikes, which are advertised in the Activity Guide found at the Greene County Parks website.

Glady Run Reserve & Staging Area

This 33-acre reserve on Lower Bellbrook Road, 2 miles south of Xenia, offers parking, portable restrooms, and access to the picturesque and shady portion of the Little Miami Scenic Bikeway as it parallels Glady Run, a winding creek which powered Spring Valley mills in the 1800s.

Crooked Creek Nature Sanctuary

A protected 18-acre wooded sanctuary located at 2565 Spahr Road in Sugarcreek Township, Crooked Creek is accessible by permit only.

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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