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Parks and Bike Paths




Parks & Bike Paths

Tipp City enjoys many parks and recreational areas for such a small town – what can we say? We love our parks! Some of the parks are described below.



Canal Lock Park

Location 325 E. Main Street in downtown Tipp City near the old canal

Canal Lock Park is the newest completed park in the City.The bike path runs through this park. There are benches and a picnic table for your enjoyment.


Tipp City Bike Trail

Location Canal Lock Park, 325 E. Main Street in downtown Tipp City near the old canal.

Currently under construction, the Miami County Bike Trail will be a north-south paved biking trail that will stretch the length of Miami County, allowing bikers, hikers and walkers to follow the path of the Great Miami River and Miami and Erie Canal. Starting at the Shelby county line, it will run south through the towns of Piqua, Troy and Tipp City before meeting up with the Montgomery County portion just south of Tipp City.

City Park

Location N. 3rd Street and Parkwood Drive

City Park houses the Roundhouse, three shelters, 8 baseball diamonds, playground equipment and the Tippecanoe Family Aquatic Center. A popular feature of City Park is the renovated Roundhouse, an historic structure that is a favorite spot for family picnics and reunions. Tipp-Monroe Community Services hosts a summer playground at the Roundhouse for eight weeks while organizations such as the Mum Festival Committee utilizes the facility for their annual events. There is also a community canoe livery and boat ramp on the Great Miami River at City Park.

Kyle Park Dog Park, Hiker Trails, & Horse Trails

Location N. 3rd Street and Parkwood Drive

Kyle Park is one of the newest community parks in Tipp City, comprised of approximately 280 acres, and is located off South First Street. There are currently three shelters available for use, 10 soccer fields, 2 softball diamonds, 10 baseball diamonds, 2 sand volleyball courts, a skate-park, basketball court, batting cage, horseshoe pits, fishing pond, driving range, and playground equipment. Tipp City’s four legged friends have a place to play in Tipp City! The 1.85 acre Tipp City Dog Park located in Thomas B. Kyle Memorial Park was dedicated on June 21, 2008. The Dog Park is divided into separately fenced areas for large and small dogs, and includes a fully fenced perimeter with double-gates, benches, picnic table, and a water fountain that accommodates dogs and their owners.





MISSION STATEMENT

Downtown Tipp City is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and a National Trust for Historic Preservation and Heritage Ohio organization. The DTCP is the leading advocate for downtown business and property owners. We directly serve the business owners, property owners, and residents of downtown Tipp City, but our work also impacts the surrounding comunity and visitors. A healthy, active, economically strong town cneter supports stable property values, good schools, and civic involvement throughout the City, not just in the downtown area.

ADDRESS

6 South 3rd Street
Tipp City, OH 45371

P: 937.667.0883