Greene County is home to the "Bicycle Capital of the Midwest," featuring numerous trails for biking, hiking, and exploration! Visit the Xenia Station, choose a direction, and take off on over 60 miles of paved trails connecting to over 8,000 acres of parks, nature preserves, and a variety of activities. Paddle down a river, jump out of a plane, or simply play a relaxing round at one of our disc golf courses.
Enjoy paddling on nearly 30 miles of the Little Miami River, a National and State Scenic River. Bring your private watercraft or rent from one of our two liveries!
Greene County is the central hub of the nation's largest network of paved trails with 340 miles found within Southwestern Ohio. You can start from Xenia Station and ride to the Greene County line in five directions. You can keep going and arrive in Dayton, Cincinnati, Piqua, Urbana, or London, Ohio. Not feeling quite that ambitious? Just take a leisurely pedal through the woodlands, prairies, and wetlands of Greene County, then enjoy a community festival, some shopping, or just a cup of coffee in a shop along the trail.
Over 100 miles of hiking within parks & nature reserves, plus the Buckeye Trail and North Country Trail travel concurrently through Greene County.
With over 8,000 acres of publicly accessible parkland to explore, you'll have the space you need to rest and recharge!
John Bryan State Park offers six designated climbing sites and one rappelling site on 30-60 foot limestone cliffs.