Welcome to the Beavercreek Township Park District, Greene County, Ohio web site.
Our mission is to provide the Beavercreek community with quality parks
and to manage the District’s resources wisely.
 

The Park District encompasses both the unincorporated and incorporated portions of Beavercreek Township, and is a separate governing agency independent of the Township Trustees and the City of Beavercreek. The Park District operates under Ohio Revised Code Section 511 and is managed by a three-person volunteer Board of Commissioners who are appointed by the Greene County Court of Common Pleas. The Park District Board of Commissioners has enjoyed a long and cooperative working relationship with the Beavercreek Township Trustees, the City of Beavercreek, and
Greene County. 

Current Commissioners are Robert S. Darden, Ernest S. Muller, and Victor J. Toney. The Park District office is located at 1981 Dayton-Xenia Road. Monthly public meetings are held on the second Tuesday there. Please view the Calendar of Events page for the latest on scheduled and special meeting times and dates. The Park Board may be contacted via email submission through our contact page. The Park District is also served by Amanda Bullock, Financial Secretary.  She works with the Treasurer to keep the District Board financial records accurate and ready for audit. The City of Beavercreek Parks & Recreation provides park operations management and maintenance services.  To view public records such as Meeting Minutes, you can download from the Documents page.

The reservation service for facilities in Victory and Community parks is now administered by the Beavercreek City Parks.  You can reserve facilities such as covered picnic shelters and campsites by contacting the City at (937) 427-5514 or visit their webpage (https://www.beavercreekohio.gov/190/Shelter-Reservation) 

 

Using our easy filters, search for the amenities you are looking for in a park located within Beavercreek. 

 

Learn more about Beavercreek Township Park District's properties.

 

Owen's Place, a universally accessible park, will be a destination for all ages and abilities.