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Parks & Facilities
Tipp City takes pride in the long and robust history of parks and recreational opportunities for residents, visitors, and business partners. Tipp City has over 837 acres of neighborhood, regional, prairie reserves, and community parks throughout the city. The Buckeye Trail (multi-use recreational trail system) runs through Tipp City along the old Miami-Erie Canal, and connects to Vandalia, Dayton, and hundreds of miles of trails south of Tipp City. The Miami County trail system continues northerly to Troy, Piqua, and beyond. The Tippecanoe Family Aquatic Center was designed and built to provide a safe, family oriented aquatic experience for our community and features a spray ground area, two water slides, diving boards, and three pools to accommodate all ages.
Bike & Riverway Map
A map of the Great Miami River - River access and bike trails
Dog Park Paver
The City of Tipp City is currently accepting orders for Pet / Memorial Stones.
Memorial Bricks are installed in Veterans’ Memorial Park and can be purchased.
You can have a tree planted in Kyle Park for the cost of $250.