Parks & Recreation
The City of Bellbrook and the surrounding community has many parks and recreation options.  From fun playgrounds to beautiful wooded trails, residents have a variety of ways to have fun, stay fit and be healthy!
Bellbrook Sugarcreek Park District
Spread across the community, the Bellbrook Sugarcreek Park District manages 500 acres of parks which include playgrounds, streams, athletic facilities and picnic areas.

- Bellbrock Park - downtown Bellbrook

- Magee Park - Little Sugarcreek Road

- Petrikis Park - West Franklin Street

- Sackett Wright Park - East Franklin Street / State Route 725

- Washington Mill Park - Washington Mill Road

- Ron Kehl Park - Bledsoe Drive

Bellbrook Sugarcreek Park District website.
Five Rivers MetroParks: Sugarcreek MetroPark
Five Rivers MetroParks manage a variety of parks across the Miami Valley.  Sugarcreek MetroPark shares much of the southern boundary of the city.  This MetroPark has many wooded acres and several trails that are popular for hikers, walkers and runners alike.

The park can be accessed from Conference Road in Sugarcreek Township.

Five Rivers MetroParks website.
Greene County Parks & Trails: Spring Lakes Park
Greene County Parks and Trails manages parks across the Greene County.  Spring Lakes Park can be accessed on Ferry Road on the south side of the city.  This park offers hiking, picnicking and fishing.

Greene County Parks & Trails website.
Bike Trails
The City of Bellbrook has two bike trails or walking paths that many people and students use to exercise and travel safely.  The greater Miami Valley has over 330 miles of trails to explore with trails as close as Spring Valley.
See the map below to identify the bike trails/walking paths in the city.  One trail runs along West Franklin Street and one along North Main Street.
Miami Valley Bike Trails is the nation's largest paved trail network.  For more information, visit the Miami Valley Bike Trails website.