Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, and to do our part to slow its spread, the CVB offices are now closed and our staff has been sent home until further notice. While there will be limited services during this time, CVB staff is monitoring their emails and will respond to time-sensitive matters.

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Historic Clifton Mill

Enjoy a visit to the historic Clifton Mill to see how the mill works, view and walk the grounds, dine in the restaurant, and take home products from the store.

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Things to Do

If you’re planning a visit to Greene County and have no idea where to go or what to do, we have just what you are looking for.

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Come Color Outside The Lines...

in Greene County, Ohio

Rare is the destination that provides activities at every turn, and yet, never hems you in. In the rolling hills east of Dayton, between Cincinnati and Columbus, is a destination so free with itself, it defies conventional definitions. A diverse mix of attitudes and adjectives, Greene County means laid-back, creative, friendly, beautiful, agricultural, energy, flight, freedom, tradition, and spirit. And while it may have a structured side, it’s never routine. Amongst main streets and meadows, there is space enough to move outside routine. Summon the child-like joy of discovering something new and unexpected. Get outside the limits of the city to a place that inspires creativity at every turn…Greene County. 

There's so much to see in Greene County

Experience

The Wonder of Aviation History

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Explore

Nature at Beavercreek Wetlands Reserve

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Stay

Whether you're visiting the Dayton area for business at Wright-Patterson AFB, here for a soccer tournament, or just...

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Shop 'til you drop

When it comes to shopping, Greene County has it all. From small and charming family-owned boutiques to high-end malls!

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National Afro-American Museum & Cultural Center

Visit the NAAMCC and experience the powerful new art exhibit entitled "How I Got Over"

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Miami Valley Bike Trails

More than 340 miles of paved, interconnected trails stretch across ten counties surrounding the Dayton region

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