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Twin Creek MetroPark

Area

Overview

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  • Size

    1108.40 acres

Stewardships

Description

Enjoy the best wilderness experience in the region. Part of the Twin Valley Conservation Corridor, Twin Creek MetroPark offers mature forests within the breathtaking ravines — an ideal spot for hiking, backpacking and camping. Home to a dozen different types of mussels and 62 types of fish, the Twin Creek is one of the cleanest waterways in the state and offers some of the best fishing and paddling in the region. Get the wild natural beauty of a National Park, just 20 minutes south of Dayton.

Allowed Activities
Backpacking
Birdwatching
Canoeing
Dog Walking
Fishing
Fly Fishing
Geocaching
Hiking
Horseback Riding
Kayaking
Orienteering
Photography
Picnicking
Stand-up Paddling
Trail Running
Wildlife Watching
Good For
Dogs
Families
Rules & Regulation
Dogs On Leash

Additional Information

Accessibility Description

There are three ADA accessible parking sites at the Lake George parking lot.

Twin Valley Trail

The 22-mile Twin Valley Trail (TVT) combines the existing network of trails in Germantown and Twin Creek MetroParks with a connection to create a longer, more integrated trail system. The three main components of the trail include:

  • 7.5 miles along the Orange, Pink and Yellow trails at Germantown MetroPark
  • 8.4 miles along the Orange, Purple and Silver trails at Twin Creek MetroPark, and
  • A 5.4 mile connector trail that runs along Twin Creek and connects the two trail systems.

Total mileage for the trail is more than 21 miles (to complete the trail and return to your starting point you would retrace the 5.4 mile connector for a 26.5 mile hike).

Learn more about the TVT.