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Here at the Miami County Visitors Bureau, we have been blogging about our area for years. And, more importantly, we continue to ask our residents and visitors to blog about their experiences throughout our historic towns as well. For example… did you know that we are part of the longest paved trail system in the country?

  • Summer nights are made better with live music! Be sure to check out these great concerts in July throughout Miami County. Dog of Society- July 4th Celebrate Independence Day with an incredible ride through one of the most epic rock catalogs of the 1970s. This show is presented by The Troy Foundation, the City of Troy, and the Troy Rotary Club. Dogs of Society spot-on ROCKS classic ‘70s ELTON JOHN in ALL-LIVE rock concert experience ft. hits Bennie, Tiny Dancer & Croc Rock to deeper cuts like Funeral, Madman, Alice & more. Food trucks will begin selling food at Treasure

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  • Christmas in July Sweets & Spirits Trail SALE! Summer is in full swing, and what better way to celebrate than with an adventure along the Sweets & Spirits Trail?  With over 20 stops, this trail is a “must-do” for those with a sweet tooth and a thirst for exquisite beverages. And now, there’s even more reason to embark on this delicious journey—an exclusive sale that promises to make your experience even sweeter! For the ENTIRE month of July, all prizes are 30% off!! To earn a Tier 1 Prize – Only 245 Points are needed. To earn a Tier 2

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  • Summer nights are made better with live music! Be sure to check out these great concerts in June throughout Miami County. Canal Music Fest- June 8th Come to Tipp City Saturday June 8th from 5pm-9pm For the Canal Music Fest! Enjoy music from  Michael Williams, finalist from The Voice and American Idol, and   Draw The Line: An Aerosmith Tribute. The fest is free and open to the public at City Park. Rooftop Beatles Tribute by Come Together- June 8th This summer The Troy Foundation is teaming up with the City of Troy, Ohio Government to bring an awesome performance to downtown Troy. Join

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  • Blooming Berries. The Troy Strawberry Festival is back and better than ever. Located along the banks of the Great Miami River and through downtown Troy, this weekend-long festival will take place Saturday, June 1st and Sunday, June 2nd, . The festival includes over 100 arts and crafts vendors, great food, entertainment, and of course lots of strawberries. There is something for everyone to enjoy! Savor over 50 food and beverage vendors spread throughout downtown Troy. Try a variety of strawberry-based dishes from the classic strawberry donut or shortcake to the more unique strawberry options such as the strawberry cheese steak. All

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  • What’s better on a summer day than a car show? Miami County has many car shows for you to explore this summer. Check out some of them below! Downtown Troy Cruise In- May 11 10:00am-2:00pm Get to Downtown Troy for some great classic cars! While downtown, grab a bite to eat and stop in at some of the local businesses. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged, $15 per vehicle. Strawberry Festival Cruise In- June 2 10:00am-2:00pm This annual car show is a fan favorite of Strawberry Festival attendees. Registration starts at 8am Sunday at Troy Community Park and is $10 per car

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  • Summer is fast approaching—and that means the kickoff to many homegrown, outdoor events. Local festivals offer a great way to get together with family and friends and to enjoy food, activities and entertainment. Miami County offers many festivals and events that will bring smiles and fun. Each one offers a unique experience. Here are some upcoming events in Miami County. Taste of the Arts, Piqua, May 17 This evening event is a great way to kick off summertime fun in Miami County. Stroll downtown Piqua during the family-friendly Taste of the Arts and enjoy food and live entertainment. Children’s activities

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  • Who’s ready for the Solar Eclipse?? It is fast approaching, less than 2 weeks away. For all eclipse events and activities in Miami County, check out our Eclipse Experience Guide or for other information visit MiamiCountySolarEclipse.com.  For last minute information, keep reading! Do you have your glasses? The Visitors Bureau has glasses available in their office located at 405 SW Public SQ. Suite 272, Troy, OH 45373 Monday-Thursday 8:30am-5:00pm and Friday 8:30am-4:00pm. The office will be closed Friday March 29th. Glasses will also be distributed at all events on eclipse day, on a first come first serve basis. Looking for

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  • The Float Troy Experience

    February 21, 2024

    Ready for an adventure that combines camping and floating on the Great Miami River? Look no further than Float Troy. The only public floating tent experience in Ohio, the nation and possibly the world! Troy, Ohio is an excellent destination for those who enjoy outdoor activities, but this is a unique experience altogether. Float Troy is a series of floating tents anchored on the Great Miami River at Treasure Island Park. Guests sleep on the river inside of their own inflatable floating tent! This unique camping experience is perfect for those who want to take outdoor adventures to another level. About

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  • With plenty of entertainment options, Miami County is considered a place for everyone who enjoys culture, art, great food, and fun adventures. While we share a lot about our down-home, casual community, our fine-dining establishments are equally deserving of the spotlight. With a variety of options to choose from, we’ve listed a few romantic spots to add to your bucket list during your next visit. These restaurants and wineries are perfect for celebrating Valentine’s Day, a honeymoon, or just a romantic getaway. Upscale Wineries and Restaurants in Miami County Old Mason Winery & Vineyard Enjoy a romantic wine-tasting flight at Old

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  • On April 8, 2024, Miami County will be in the path of totality of a solar eclipse! We invite you to join us to experience this extraordinary once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. In preparation for the solar eclipse, we have put together this guide for you of things to do; here are some things to do in Ohio during the solar eclipse.  What is a solar eclipse? A solar eclipse is nature’s grand celestial spectacle where the Moon aligns perfectly between the Earth and the Sun, casting its shadow on our planet. Picture this cosmic ballet: the Sun, a blazing sphere of energy;

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