Canal Lock Park is the closest park to our vibrant downtown.The bike path runs through this park. There are benches and a picnic table for your enjoyment
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 is located just North of downtown and houses the Roundhouse, three shelters with picnic tables, baseball diamonds, playground equipment, a disc-golf course and the Tippecanoe Family Aquatic Center.
Kyle Park is one of the newest community parks in Tipp City, comprised of approximately 280 acres, and is located South of Main Street off of South First Street . There are 3 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 and exercise equipment.
The 1.85 acre Tipp City Dog Park is located at the back of Thomas B. Kyle Memorial Park. 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 tables, and a water fountain that accommodates dogs and their owners.
Bridle trails are located within Kyle Park. Amenities including a mounting block, tie rail, and picnic tables can be found at the entrance of the trail. The trail is classified as easy and has beautiful terrain to go thru along the Miami River.
The Miami County Bike Trail is a north-south paved biking trail that stretches 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 runs south through the towns of Piqua, Troy and Tipp City before meeting up with the Montgomery County portion just south of Tipp City.