Heritage Park


Heritage Park

11405 East Miami River Road

Heritage Park is flat, has one mile of river frontage, and is home to an abundance of wildlife species (Click here to obtain view a copy of the Bird Inventory of the park). The river frontage provides for both water recreational opportunities and serves as an easily accessible ramp for the Fire & EMS Department on water rescue emergencies. The flat topography allows for both active sport fields and passive recreational activities coexisting with the greenspace environment of the Great Miami River.  The land is reported to be the site of Fort Coleraine, the scene of a fierce Indian attack on Colerain settlers in the 1790’s.

Heritage Park offers 4 NCAA regulation sized baseball fields (grass infields on two), an 18 hole disc golf course, a picnic shelter, playground, canoe access ramp onto the Great Miami River, over 1 mile of walking trails, ecolab, and a rain garden.  Follow the links above to learn more.

 Home of the 2009 NCAA Division II Heartland Athletic ConferenceCross Country Championships

August 26, 2004