Holes Creek Park

Holes Creek Park

Nature Park / 25.197 Acres

Hours

The park is open daylight hours.

Location

8575 Yankee Street
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About the Park

The Centerville-Washington Park District installed a multi-use trail through Holes Creek Park in summer 2016. The project was funded in part through a Clean Ohio Trails grant and spans 3,900 feet from the north end of Holes Creek to Spring Valley Pike, and approximately 2,100 feet from W. Spring Valley Pike to Silverlake Drive (at Silvercreek Park). The trail was created as part of the Creating Community Connections Committee’s vision. They are working to establish a network of continuous paved multi-use trails in the Greater Dayton Area.

The trail is a 10’ wide, paved multi-use trail covering 1.3 miles along Holes Creek. It includes 3 bridge crossings and connects to the trails around Yankee Trace.

Features

Gazebo
Paved multi-use trail
Stream
Sunflower field (planted by Yankee Street Market)

History

Holes Creek Park was acquired in five parcels through a combination of open space transfer and donation between 1994 and 2002.