Waldruhe Park

Waldruhe Park
10000 North Springboro Pike
Miamisburg, Ohio 45342
Waldruhe Park webpage

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Waldruhe Park
Coordinates: 39.603623, -84.2277857
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About Waldruhe Park
The original owner of this 53 acre property, Adam Schantz, gave the property the German name “Waldruhe.” Translated into English, it means “Forest Rest.” The name is still appropriate today as the heavily wooded lot offers a peaceful place for visitors to relax and enjoy centuries old White Oak trees, a variety of woodland wildflowers and several species of birds that nest and forage throughout the park. Two open-air shelter houses made of oak beams and cedar shingle roofs blend in with the natural setting, and provide picnic table seating for 80 people at the larger shelter and seating for 72 at the smaller one. Water and electricity are available at both shelter houses. Two swing sets, and a play structure are provided for children. Two paved parking lots provide a total of 36 parking spaces.
From Waldruhe Park webpage

Restroom on site, portable toilets.