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All individuals and families from the community are welcome to participate in and enjoy programs and facilities, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin or disability.  The City of Miamisburg offers recreation opportunities in the most integrated setting and will provide reasonable accommodations for a disability.   If you are a person with a disability and would like more information and support for accessibility of programs and facilities, please call 866-8999.

aquatic centerSycamore Trails Aquatic Center
(400 S. Heincke Rd.)
Aquatic Center Hotline: 847-6680


State-of-the-art aquatic complex that opened in June 1997 and features: 

*174-foot tube slide

* 133-foot body slide

* Pool depths ranging from zero depth entry to a 12.6-foot diving well

* One-meter diving board
 * 12-foot drop slide
 * Padded tot frog slide
 * Eight competitive/fitness swimming lanes
 * Interactive water-spray play equipment
 * Wet sand play area
 * Lighted sand volleyball courts
 * Men's and women's bathhouses and family changing rooms

STAC User Guide

PipeStone and Mound Golf Courses
(operated by Hampton Golf)

PipeStone (4344 Benner Rd.) is a premier 18-hole championship course designed by the world renowned Arthur Hills. Opened in 1992, PipeStone has developed an outstanding reputation within the golfing community as a challenging and attractive course that is maintained in peak condition. In 2002,  Pipestone earned a 4-star rating (on a 5-star scale) by Golf Digest magazine. Its beautiful clubhouse provides a full-service restaurant that is available for banquets and a fully stocked pro shop. The course, which closes annually during January and February, is located adjacent to the prestigious PipeStone residential community that features upscale single-family homes. Outing dates and lessons by a staff pro are also available.

Mound  (757 Mound Ave.)

is a charming nine-hole course adjacent to the famous Indian Mound landmark and enjoys a scenic location overlooking the City. A new clubhouse was completed at Mound in 1995 that features a fully stocked pro shop and a full-service restaurant known for serving the best cheeseburgers in town. Mound hosts a number of leagues, sells reasonably priced season passes and offers an acclaimed junior golf program.

Miamisburg Community Center (305 E. Central Ave.)
(formerly Senior Adult Center)

For more than three decades, the Senior Adult Center served the needs of mature adults in Miamisburg and surroundings areas.  In 2017 the facility was renamed the Miamisburg Community Center to reflect a more broad base of programming there.  For seniors, the Center continues to provide an oasis of educational, recreational, and wellness-focused opportunities for its membership. The benefits provided by the programs are recognized as vital to aging well, especially during retirement years.  Since aging well is a lifelong adventure, many of the Center's programs are accessible to interested adults of all ages.  Renovated and expanded in 1990, the facility has been operated by the City of Miamisburg Parks & Recreation Department since 1977.  For more information on membership and activities, call (937) 866-8999.  

Carnegie Center
(426 Central Ave.)

The former Miamisburg Public Library is now a popular meeting/activity facility available for rent by community groups. Carnegie Center can accommodate everything from a small business meeting that requires a tastefully decorated, professional conference room to a reception or other large social event. Situated in scenic Veterans Memorial Park (formerly Library Park), the building is completely handicapped accessible and includes a kitchen, free parking and total capacity of 200. Reservations are subject to availability and hourly rates are based on the amount of space needed. For more information, call (937) 866-4532.

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Sycamore Trails Park (214 Heincke Rd.)

Adjacent to the new Aquatic Center, this 74-acre park provides visitors a secluded setting in which to enjoy the beauty of nature. A favorite of local families, Sycamore Trails features:

 * Picnic shelters, tables and grills.
 * Children's playground.
 * Youth fishing pond with live ducks.
 * Green space.
 * Nature walk.

Community Park (550 First St.)

This 42-acre site was the long-time home of the City's municipal swimming pool until its closing in 1996. After a comprehensive planning and public input process, a renovated Community Park was reopened in 2001, featuring:

 * A 12,000-square-foot concrete skatepark with
   a large bowl, curves, ramps and obstacles.
 * The Community Park Learning Center facility
   (renovated former bathhouse) to house
   programs, classes and meetings.
 * Two full-court basketball courts.
 * Two handicap-accessible playground areas.
 * Picnic tables and park benches.
 * A lighted, paved meandering walkway and
   bikepath. (For more info on Bike Trails, 
   click  here)

Skate Park Rules
BMX Park Rules

The park also has a redesigned and repaved parking lot, attractive landscaping  and public restrooms located in the Learning Center that are open to the public during daytime hours. A new BMX Bike Trail at the site was completed in 2004.

Rice Field (2001 Cincinnati-Dayton Rd.)

Southwestern Ohio is known for the outstanding quality of its baseball and softball, and this 34-acre complex attracts teams from throughout the region. Multiple, regulation fields with a convenient layout and plenty of free parking make it a favorite among players and tournament organizers. In 1999, Rice hosted the National Amateur Baseball Federation (NABF) sophomore World Series for the sixth consecutive year. The complex also features a large concession building and restrooms.

Miamisburg Soccer Complex
(4350 Medlar Rd.)

Hundreds of young soccer enthusiasts enjoy playing at this 42-acre complex. Spring and fall leagues are available through the Miamisburg Soccer Association (MSA), which provides recreational and select soccer for both boys and girls. For more information, call the MSA at 847-0288.

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