& Rotary Park
This combined Greene County, Greene County Park District and Beavercreek Township park features a floodplain wetland. The trail descends to
the Beaver Creek. The park features reconstructed wetlands and is the site of wetland research by the Wright State University Biology Department.
Amenities: Acreage is a combined 92.8, Township 41 acres, County Parks 51.8 acres. Adjacent green space includes: Rotary Park adding 113.6 acres and another 32.6 owned by Greene County Sanitary Engineering.Parking, picnic shelter, picnicking, fishing pond (catch and release), hiking trail, observation deck, portable restrooms
Wetland fact: Stream riffles, like those seen under the bridge at Phillips Park, help streams stay healthy through aeration. Air bubbles help the water remove pollution naturally, reducing the cost of water treatment systems.
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