Yellow Springs Recreation, Play & Fun
2256 Clifton Rd.
440 acre of woodland that serves Boy Scouts and non-Scouting communities on a year-round basis.
S.R. 343, 3 miles east of Yellow Springs
405 Corry St.
A 1,000-acre nature preserve with waterfalls, limestone cliffs, beautiful woodlands and the Yellow Spring. 25 miles of hiking trails are open all year during daylight hours. Visit the Trailside Museum, Nature Shop, Atrium Gallery, Raptor Center and the Outdoor Education Center.
3790 State Route 370
A spectacular 755-acre wooded park along the Little Miami River used for picnics, hiking and recreation including fishing, bow hunting, rock climbing & rappelling, canoeing, mountain biking and disc golf. Group campsites & day lodge available.
247 Xenia Ave
The Miami Valley's finest in repertory cinema featuring documentaries, Hollywood movies and local productions with two shows nightly and matinees on Sunday.
Bicycles for transportation, recreation and fitness
110 Dayton Street
Yellow Springs, OH 45387
A 78-mile trail that extends south from Yellow Springs to Cincinnati and north to Urbana. Adjoining trails in the Miami Valley Trails network head east and west from Xenia. If you find yourself wanting to ride the bike trail but without a bike, rent one at Corner Cone Dairy Bar & Grill. Public restrooms are available at Yellow Springs Station in the heart of Yellow Springs. Parking at the Bryan Center at 100 Dayton St.
6880 Springfield-Xenia Road
#1 for Family Fun! A working dairy farm with two restaurants, homemade ice cream, a bakery and the Farmstead Cheese Marketplace. Activities include 2 mini-golf courses, a driving range, batting cages, Cowvin’s Fast Slide, Moovers & Shakers Train, Petting Zoo and more. Special events and festivals year round.
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