Bill Yeck Park, Dayton Ohio
Bill Yeck Park is a 194-acre natural area along 1.75 miles of Sugar Creek.
Bill Yeck Park is treasured by hikers, bird watchers, and nature enthusiasts and harbors many rare species of plant life, providing a home to a variety of animals in every season. The park connects with other parks and wildlife areas creating a large corridor of green space that extends from St. Leonard Center to the Little Miami River.
- Hiking Trails
- Historic Home
- Native Seed Nursery
- Natural Play Area (Parkhaven entrance)
- Owlexander's Tree Trek - Nature Literature Trail
- Parking Lot
- Picnic Tables
- Portable Restroom (Wilmington entrance)
- Small Shelter (Wilmington entrance)
- Sled Hills
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