Miami Township: Miami Township is also home to Cox Arboretum, a jewel of the Five Rivers Metroparks system. You can stroll the 160 acres of natural wooded areas and specialty gardens or see the Butterfly House.
Miami Township: Adam Schantz, the original owner of this 53-acre property gave the property the name "Waldruhe". Translated into English, it means "Forest Rest." Two open-air shelter houses hold 72 and 80 people.
Miami Township: On it's 34 acres Miami View Park has 6 tennis courts, 4 basketball half courts, 3 ball diamonds, a fishing pond, shelter house with modern restrooms, and playground equipment for the smaller children.
Miami Township: Located at the very southern end of the township this 34-acre park borders the Great Miami River. Great Miami Trail's southernmost section runs through the park as it follows the banks of the river.