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Mission Statement: To establish and conserve the recreation, ecological, and historical values of equestrian trails in Miami County, Ohio, and promote economic development opportunities through the wise use of these resources.


In June of 2011, inspired by the success of the Miami County recreation trail, local equine enthusiasts organized a grass roots effort to develop a network of trails for equine pursuits. Today there are no horse trails in Miami County yet there is a large population of horses and horse owners. Horses have earned their current jobs as recreational partners after centuries of hard work. Riding or driving horses on trails is a traditional activity that is part of our rural heritage.


Miami County offers beautiful farmland, rivers and water sheds with abundant wooded and rolling terrain.  Many acres of prairies have been restored.  All these land features are ideally suited and provide great historical and geographical interest to trail riders. There are 12 townships in the county and a population of 98,868. Designated an agriculture county with a dense equine population, it is positioned as a premier equine corridor within the Miami Valley which can develop local businesses and bolster the agricultural community. The development of the equine industry will make Miami County a unique place to work, live, and play.

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Tipp City Parks Department is pleased to announce
the opening of horse trails and hiking trails in Kyle Park.

Horse Trails were officially opened to the public on September 29, 2012.



Miami County Parks District is please to announce
the opening of horse trails in Honey Creek Preserve 

Opened November 8, 2014 | For more information: click here


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