Enjoy Oxford's Natural Beauty

Beautiful fall foliage, extensive hiking trails, and numerous walking tours make Oxford an outdoor attraction hotspot.

A garden with trees and bushes in the background.

120 North Patterson Avenue
(513) 529-3770
A beautifully-landscaped garden and park area, great for leisurely walks and picnics

A metal basket with a disc golf hole in it.

801 South Patterson Avenue
(513) 529-8181
Nine-hole course located on Miami University's Western Campus

A golf course with many green areas and buildings.

2600 Oxford Millville Road
(513) 524-4653
Indian Ridge's four sets of tees offer an enjoyable playing experience to players of all abilities

A road going through the middle of a forest.

(513) 524-2197
Seventeen miles of hiking trails

A field of blue flowers with purple centers.

​Just across the trail from the DeWitt Log Cabin is Miami University Natural Area’s Bird Blind. The Bird Blind is a structure created for people to see birds up-close, in their natural habitat

A horse with a harness on its head.

6484 Morning Sun Road
(513) 255-5752
Guided horseback trail rides by appointment.

A person riding a bike on the side of a road.

(513) 523-8687
Multi-use, paved recreational trails that are easily accessible to all

A group of people in the grass near some trees.

6801 Fairfield Road
(513) 523-6314
113 acres with lighted athletic fields and courts, playground, concessions shelter, bike and walking paths, natural area trail, and a gazebo​

Two children swinging on a swing set in the park.

4346 Millville Oxford Road
(513) 529-8512
Recreational park and natural area promoting outdoor recreation, education, and research in the natural sciences

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5995 Fairfield Road
(513) 524-2150
ADA compliant boardwalk with two resting platforms with benches

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(513) 523-8687
Self-guided walking tour of the historic university district

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(513) 523-8687
Self-guided walking tour of the uptown business district

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(513) 513-8687
Self-guided walking tour of the historic Western College for Women