What is the Creekside Trail?
The Creekside Trail is part of the Miami Valley Trail network. The trail runs from Xenia Station in Xenia to the Eastwood Metro Park in Dayton.

In Greene County, it is called the Creekside Trail, in Montgomery County it is called the Creekside Recreational Trail. This segment is 17.2 miles long and runs East / West along Route 35 for most of its length.

The trail is maintained by Greene County and Montgomery County. The entire length of the trail is paved with very little grade. The trail follows railroad right-of-ways that were converted to trails.

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1. What is the Creekside Trail?
2. How can I get to the Creekside Trail?
3. How can I tell someone about maintenance needs on the Creekside Trail?
4. Where can I get updates about new bike trails in the areas?
5. What are the Beavercreek on-road marked routes?
6. How can I get updates on marked routes in Beavercreek?
7. How can I find organized rides in the area?
8. Who do I call in case of emergencies on Creekside Trail?
9. Is there water available on Creekside Trail?
10. Where do I find more information on laws governing use of bicycles on roadways?
11. How do I register my bicycle in case it is stolen?
12. Which public facilities have bike racks?
13. How can I make recommendations on trail projects, routes, and signs?
14. How can I get involved with the Beavercreek Bikeway Advisory Committee or biking organizations in and around Beavercreek?