Oak Creek South Park
Community Park / 24.16 acres
The park is open during daylight hours.
790 Miamisburg-Centerville Road (State Route 725)
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Domesticated animals are permitted if they are controlled at all times on a visible leash not more than eight feet long.
About the Park
During the summer of 2008, the pond was renovated and turned into a more naturalized stream and wetland. The riparian buffer improves water quality for wildlife. A group picnic shelter with restrooms, skatepark, and new play equipment opened to the public in 2010. A paved multi-use path and additional landscaping were added to the park in 2011. The replacement of the bridge and installation of a nature literature trail were completed in 2012. The skatepark was expanded in 2016.
AED (automated external defibrillator) at shelter
Baseball Diamonds (2)
Drinking Fountain (off November-March)
Grill at shelter
Multi-use Trails (paved) Perimeter path length is 0.4 mile.
Owlexander's Wetland Walk Nature Literature Trail
Restrooms (portable in the winter)
Skatepark - review rules
Wetland/creek (boardwalk and observation deck overlooking the deepest section of the wetland)
Oak Creek South Park parcel one including 18 acres was acquired by open space transfer in 1971. Parcel two added 6 acres to the park in 1995.