Old Town Reserve

Old Town Reserve
Xenia, Ohio 45385
Old Town Reserve webpage

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Old Town Reserve
Coordinates: 39.7229003, -83.9350104
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About Old Town Reserve
The entrance to the 6.5-acre Old Town Reserve is on Old Springfield Pike at US-68 north of Xenia. A shelter with a grill can be rented for a family picnic. The Ohio Historical Society has placed a marker here denoting the birthplace of Tecumseh, the great Native American leader of the Shawnee Tribe.

Old Town Reserve is a convenient place to park while you access the paved multi-use paths. A short paved trail spur connects the parking lot directly to the Little Miami Scenic Trail. Ample parking, drinking water, and a portable restroom make this park a popular starting point for bikers.

Little Miami Scenic Trail access, picnic shelter, grill, limited facilities.
From Old Town Reserve webpage

No restroom facilities.