CWPD volunteer Bill Keegans

Bill Keegans

At 23, Bill Keegans left his home in Scotland and emigrated to Australia. As a software developer, Bill was working with Australia’s largest company (BHP) when he applied for a position with NCR’s Australian operation. Seven years later he was…

Owlexander wrapped in holiday lights

Recycle Holiday Lights

Don’t let broken lights dim your holiday spirit! The Centerville-Washington Park District now is a collection location for the Five Rivers MetroParks/Cohen Holiday Lights Recycling Drive. The drive ends Sunday, February 2. Drop off unwanted lights at the CWPD headquarters…

Schoolhouse Park shelter

2020 Shelter Reservations

Perfect for birthday parties, graduation parties, family reunions and more, large group shelters are available in eight of the Centerville-Washington Park District community parks. Reservations for the 2020 calendar year may be made beginning at 8:00 a.m. Thursday, January 2.…

CWPD volunteer Julianne Gonzalez

Julianne Gonzalez

Julianne is in 9th grade and has been involved in park programs since kindergarten! She’s the youngest of five children in her family (all of whom have also been CWPD volunteers!) and her hobbies outside of volunteering are gymnastics, swimming…

CWPD volunteer John Kennard at fall birding program

John Kennard

John is a life-long resident of the Dayton area, who graduated from Fairview High School and attended Wright State University. He retired from General Motors in 2006 and began his second career as a bus driver for Centerville City Schools.…

Bill Yeck Park limestone trail through the woods.

Bill Yeck Park Master Plan

The Centerville-Washington Park District initiated a Bill Yeck Park trail master plan as a priority from the CWPD 2016-2019 Strategic Plan. The goal of the project was to analyze the environmental, ecological and experiential aspects of the park’s trail system…

Tools to Trek program symbol

Earn Tools to Trek

Get ready to explore! Attend Centerville-Washington Park District Tools to Trek programs to earn a FREE Trek Pack! Print a Tools to Trek tracking sheet and bring it to Tools to Trek programs to collect stamps. Stamps can only be…

CWPD volunteer Jeremy Eatough at park headquarters

Jeremy Eatough

Jeremy is an eighth grader at Magsig Middle School in Centerville. He has been enjoying park programs for many years. His favorite part about volunteering for the Park District is that he gets to help spread some of that same…

adventure backpack in foreground kids playing in creek in background

Backpack Adventures Program

The Park District’s mission is to deliver fun, healthy and outstanding park experiences. We recognize that doesn’t always come in the form of a traditional park program. We’d like to help you create your own unique park experiences with CWPD…