Tipp City Parks
Tipp City, Ohio offers some of the nicest parks and outdoor activities in the area. For more information on the parks, including hours, facility rentals and rules for usage, please see the Parks page on the City of Tipp City website.
Canal Lock Park
Canal Lock Park is the closest downtown park. The bike path runs through this park. There are benches and a picnic table for your enjoyment. Directions: head east of the historic downtown shopping district and east of the Canal.
Kyle Park Dog Park
Tipp City’s four legged friends have a place to play in Tipp City! The 1.85 acre Tipp City Dog Park is located at the far east (rear) of Kyle Park, and was dedicated on June 21, 2008. The Dog Park is divided into separately fenced areas for large and small dogs, and includes a fully fenced perimeter with double-gates, benches, picnic table, and a water fountain that accommodates dogs and their owners.
Tipp's oldest park, this stretch of tall trees and picnic tables sits just north of the downtown on North Third Street. There are tennis courts, playgrounds, and the famous Tipp City Roundhouse. Directions: take Third Street north and the park will be on your right.
KYLE PARK HORSE TRAILS
Bridle trails are located at the far south/east (corner) of Kyle Park. Directional signs indicate the trailer staging area where amenities such as a mounting block, tie rail, and picnic tables can be found. The 1.5 hour trail, classified as easy, traverses scenic prairies, woodlands, and portions run alongside the beautiful Miami River. This trail will be closed during excessive wet or flooding conditions.
Kyle Park is one of the newest community parks in Tipp City, comprised of approximately 280 acres. Directions: take First Street south and Kyle Park will be on your left as you pass the NAWA facility.
Tipp City Bike Trail
The Miami County Bike Trail is a north-south paved biking trail that stretches the length of Miami County, allowing bikers, hikers and walkers to follow the path of the Great Miami River and Miami and Erie Canal. Starting at the Shelby county line, it runs south through the towns of Piqua, Troy and Tipp City before meeting up with the Montgomery County portion just south of Tipp City.
Brukner Nature Center
World renowned for nurturing and releasing injured, sick or orphaned wild animals, Brukner Nature Center includes 165 woodland acres with 6 miles of hiking trails. The scenic 1804 log house is the oldest building on its original site in the county. 5995 Horseshoe Bend Road, Troy OH 45373, 937-698-6493, website.
Originating from small underground springs several miles to the east, the stream creating the falls plummets 37 feet on its meandering journey to the Great Miami river, one mile to the west. 2535 Ross Road, Tipp City, OH 45371, website.