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Posted on: May 17, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Springboro celebrates National Trails Day June 1, 2019

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In celebration of National Trails Day, the City of Springboro is sponsoring a Walk and Geocaching event 10 a.m. – noon Saturday, June 1 at Clearcreek Park, 3500 West Lower Springboro and E. Milo Beck Park, 3143 West Lower Springboro Road. Register here:

This FREE event, sponsored by the Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee (BPAC) and Park Board, takes place rain or shine. Register before May 28 to guarantee a free Walking the Boro fandana courtesy of the City and its Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee (BPAC). Free trail snacks and water will be available at both parks. Food will also be available for purchase at the concession stand at Clearcreek Park.

Clearcreek Park is a 137-acre park situated on West Lower Springboro Road along the north side of Clear Creek. The park includes soccer, football, and baseball fields, and natural areas. For National Trails Day, we will be using the 1.3-mile paved trail that circles the park’s ball fields. Look for the check-in tent on the overlook near the parking lot.

E. Milo Beck Park is an 85-acre preserve that was purchased by the City of Springboro in part through a grant from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources in 2004. The City’s purchase allowed for the lower portion of the park to return to a meadow and riparian corridor along Clear Creek. The upper portion of the park includes an overlook on West Lower Springboro Road that affords beautiful views of the Clear Creek valley. For National Trails Day we will be using the 1.5-mile green loop trail that circles the meadow and follows Clear Creek. Look for the check-in tent at the overlook near the parking lot.

Geocaching: There will be geocaches placed in the parks in association with National Trails Day. Geocaching is an outdoor activity where participants seek geocache containers by using a Global Positioning System, or GPS. For National Trails Day we will have four special geocache containers. Want to know more about geocaching associated with Springboro Celebrates National Trails Day? Visit for more information.

National Trails Day is a program of the American Hiking Society and is the only nationally coordinated event designed to connect more people with trails. Locally-produced events like the one in Springboro are taking place in all 50 states. For more on National Trails Day visit here.

For more information, contact the City of Springboro (937)748-4343 or

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