Five Rivers MetroParks has publications and brochures on facilities, topics and programs.
Publications & Brochures
ParkWays Summer 2019
Five Rivers MetroParks’ magazine is aimed at keeping you and your family informed of all the great activities and programs at each of the MetroParks. It also includes news, park features and articles on different topics related to conservation, wellness and quality of life in the Miami Valley. This one-stop resource for new experiences, new adventures and new ways to connect with our community is delivered to Montgomery County residents free of charge.
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Looking for the Winter/Spring issue? Older issues are available as pdfs in the archive section of this page.
2017 Annual Report
Read more about Five Rivers MetroParks’ progress in 2017 in our latest annual report.
2016 Annual Report
2016 was a year of completing major initiative for Five Rivers MetroParks. Learn more in the 2016 Annual Report.
2015 Annual Report
Learn about the exciting progress Five Rivers MetroParks made in 2015 in our annual report.
2014 Annual Report
The 2014 Annual Report celebrates the achievements of Five Rivers MetroParks and outlines the way forward for the organization.
2013 Annual Report
Our 2013 Annual Report outlines the year’s many accomplishments and celebrates the many ways our staff, volunteers and community partners worked to fulfill the mission and vision of Five Rivers MetroParks.
2012 Annual Report
A review of 2012 gives us many reasons to celebrate people who have contributed to the vitality of Five Rivers MetroParks.
How are fossils formed? Where are they formed? Learn more in this MetroParks guide to fossils.
MetroParks is bringing back Ohio prairie plants as part of our Land Stewardship program. Learn more in this detailed plant guide.
Learn about fishing and fish species in your Five Rivers MetroParks.
Native Trees at Germantown MetroPark
Germantown MetroPark has the largest tract of old, second growth woods in Montgomery County. Check out this guide to southwestern Ohio native trees that can be found in the park.