Please Note: Now accepting shelter reservations for April 1* - September 30.
*Water and restroom facilities will be limited during the month of April.
Requests are being accepted for the baseball, softball and soccer field rentals on National Trail Parks and Recreation facilities. Persons interested should stop at the NTPRD office to receive a Facility Request Form.
|Other Parks & Facilities:|
|Buck Creek Corridor||A 6.5 mile corridor along Buck Creek from C. J. Brown Dam to Mad River. It includes areas for bird watching, nature walks, historic reenactments, and fishing. Master Plan|
|Eagle City Road Soccer Complex||500 Eagle City Road. This complex has eight soccer fields. It is the home of NTPRD Youth Soccer. Master Plan|
|Jack Hemry Park||At 400 Elk Avenue. The neighborhood park is a newly developed 6.6 acres with picnic tables and playground equipment. Master Plan|
|Layne Addition Park||A one acre park located at the corners of Courtland Avenue and Leland Avenue, with playground equipment. Master Plan|
|Northern Estates Park||Located between Derr and Villa Roads(Northern Estates neighborhood) on Falmouth Avenue. 9.7 acres of undeveloped nature preserve, which is not currently available to the public. Master Plan|
In the area of Parkwood and Southern Parkway. The woods is 17.7 acres of undeveloped nature preserve. Master Plan
|Stadium Annex||At 1425 Mitchell Boulevard next to Carleton Davidson Stadium, lighted baseball field. Home to Clark State Community College Baseball Team in the spring as well as adult and youth recreation leagues in the summer. The dimensions are 340' down the lines, 347' in the power allies, and 357' to centerfield.|
|Selma Road Park||724 York Street. This is a 14-acre park that includes a picnicking shelter house, ball diamonds, and a playground. Master Plan|
|Sherman Avenue Park||760 Sherman Avenue. The 70 acres includes playground, outdoor basketball court, a football field and picnic shelter house. Master Plan|
|Snider Valley Recreation Complex||1801 Snider Road phone (937) 882-6114 Master Plan
This 17-acre complex includes 3 unlit baseball / softball fields.
|Standpipe Park||32 North Greenmont Avenue. The one acre park includes an accessible playground. Master Plan|
|Multi-Use Trails||There are three multi-use trails within the National Trail Park and Recreation District: Buck Creek, Little Miami Scenic, and Simon Kenton. Trails|
|Virgil A. Mabra Park||1413 Oakleaf Avenue. An 80 acre park, formerly known as Rose Street Park, includes picnic shelter house, baseball / softball fields, and outdoor basketball courts. There is a nice slope in the rear of this park that is great for snow sledding. Master Plan Shelter Reservation Application|