Twin Creek MetroPark

Twin Creek MetroPark
9688 Eby Road
Germantown, Ohio 45327
Twin Creek MetroPark webpage
Twin Creek MetroPark map

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Twin Creek MetroPark
Coordinates: 39.5913898, -84.3523407
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Twin Creek MetroPark Trails
Silver Trail – .8 mile
Blue Trail – 1.1 miles
Red Trail – 1.3 miles
Green Trail – 1.6 miles
White Trail – 2 miles
Purple Trail – 2.1 miles
Pink Trail – 2.2 miles
Yellow Trail – 2.9 miles
Orange Trail – 6 miles

Twenty miles of marked trails (some rugged) through scenic areas are open year-round. Loop trails are color-coded, with intersections marked by numbers that correspond to numbers on the inside map. Follow the same color to arrive back at your starting point.

Twin Valley Trail
Complete with beautiful hills, babbling brooks, abundant wildlife, history, and nine secluded backcountry campsites, the 22-mile Twin Valley Trail offers a remote backcountry experience in Montgomery County. A section of the trail runs through the MetroPark.

Horse Trails – 6.6 miles

Descriptions with maps of 2 hikes on trails in Twin Creek MetroPark are on the AllTrails website.

About Twin Creek MetroPark
A world of serenity awaits with panoramic views and miles of hiking and equestrian trails. Only 20 minutes from Dayton, the park enables users to hike, fish, picnic, and many other exciting adventures.

This outstanding natural area contains steep, wooded ravines containing mature forest with a diverse understory plant life, extensive areas of second growth forest, floodplain forest, several large managed grasslands, a large scenic pond, and the beautiful Twin Creek. In addition, the MetroPark contains a winding prehistoric Indian mound and a scenic hilltop vista. The MetroPark is linked by the wooded Twin Creek Corridor that connects it to Germantown MetroPark to the north.
From Twin Creek MetroPark webpage

Restrooms at locations identified on Twin Creek MetroPark map.