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  Twin Creek MetroPark
Twin Creek MetroPark
9688 Eby Road, Germantown, Ohio 45327
(937) 275-PARK (7275)
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Twin Creek MetroPark is the place to go if you want to get away from the crowds in the summer. It is one of Five Rivers MetroParks’ most expansive and untouched natural parks, and it is not unusual for visitors to take a long hike without seeing another hiker. Enjoy backcountry camping on the Twin Valley Backpacking Trail.

Natural secession of plants in parts of the park provide ideal habitat for seeing prairie warblers, catbirds and yellow breasted chats. Those who want to ride their horses in the park will find an excellent system of bridle trails along the scenic Twin Creek. If you are interested in history, try exploring the well-hidden, 2000-year-old Hopewell Culture earthworks in the cool forests of the park. An interpretive sign can be found near the earthworks to help you find and identify them.

    • A world of serenity awaits with panoramic views and miles of hiking and equestrian trails. Only 20 minutes from Dayton, the park enables users to hike, fish, picnic, and many other exciting adventures.

    • The southern 267 acres of Twin Creek Park were originally Camp Hook Boy Scout Camp, founded in 1926. It ran as a summer camp until 1991. Purchased by MetroParks in 1997.

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

    • This outstanding natural area contains steep, wooded ravines containing mature forest with a diverse understory plant life, extensive areas of second growth forest, floodplain forest, several large managed grasslands, a large scenic pond, and the beautiful Twin Creek. In addition, the MetroPark contains a winding prehistoric Indian mound and a scenic hilltop vista. The MetroPark is linked by the wooded Twin Creek Corridor that connects it to Germantown MetroPark to the north. To learn more about the efforts to protect the Twin Creek, watch our video.

Visitor Information

GPS Coordinates:
Latitude: 39.601689
Longitude: -84.365269

Park Hours:

  • April 1 - Oct. 31, 8 am – 10 pm
  • Nov. 1 - March 31, 8 am – 8 pm
  • Closed Christmas and New Year's Day
Individual and group camping sites are available. Call 277-4374 for information.

Free parking is available: See map

School Group Tours:
Available by request. Call to schedule.
View a list of Field Trips.

Pet Policy:
Dogs are welcome, but must be leashed and under control at all times.

Park Features/Amenities
The 1000-acre MetroPark is filled with spectacular ravines, towering trees, wildflowers, meadows, and excellent opportunities to observe wildlife.
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