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Farrington Reserve

Area

Overview

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  • Size

    29.96 acres

Stewardships

Description

Farrington Reserve is a passive, natural site along the water’s edge with 2,500 feet of Great Miami River access. It offers excellent opportunities for boating, fishing, exercising and viewing wildlife along the river. This park conserves land within the riparian corridor to protect water quality and wildlife habitat. The wooded sections along the river provide critical habitat for wildlife travel, food sources and migrating birds. It also provides visitors with a parking area and access to the Great Miami River Recreational Trail for biking and hiking. The park provides an important link that connects the Troy and Piqua sections of the bikeway.  To view the bike trail and river access map click here.

Allowed Activities
Birdwatching
Canoeing
Dog Walking
Fat Biking
Fishing
Hiking
Kayaking
Photography
Road Biking
Good For
Dogs
Families
Rules & Regulation
Dogs Permitted
Dogs On Leash
Fishing Permits Required
No Campfires
No Camping
No Horses
No Illegal Substances
No Unmanned Aircrafts
Pack Out Dog Waste

Additional Information

NATURAL FEATURES

  • 27 Acres
  • 2,500 feet of Great Miami River edge

FACILITIES

  • Parking access to the Great Miami River Recreational Trail