Miami Township, Ohio – In a faceBook post today, the Township said, “Due to a successful grant application, Miami Township is able to bring some of your Clermont County Parks Levy tax money back to the Township.” The grant was used to pay for 75% of the cost to replace the worn and aging chain link fence around the dog park within Miami Meadows Park.
The new fence is a three rail “Kentucky Board” fence with a heavy duty wire fence liner. The dog park was closed until it was completed.
The fence replacement is complete and the park is open for fun.
1546 State Route 131 • 45150
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Miami Meadows Park, the crown jewel in the Miami Township park system, is approximately 200 acres of idealic recreational and green space. Miami Meadows Park offers numerous soccer, football and baseball fields, basketball courts, walking trails, a playground area and two picnic shelters. There is a dog park and a beautiful lake that is used on a “catch and release” basis for fishing by residents.
A major portion of the park is declared a wetland and reserved for wildlife habitat.