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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?

  • Experience the joy of summer and celebrate the greatness of hometown pride at the Miami County Fair. This cherished event, honoring the rich agricultural heritage of Miami County, will take place from Friday, Aug. 11, through Thursday, Aug. 17, and promises an array of attractions for people of all ages, whether from rural or urban backgrounds. Prepare to be captivated as we present six compelling reasons why you should make it a point to visit this year’s Miami County Fair. Fair Food The county fair is a tantalizing occasion for many, where they can indulge in classic fair treats like

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  • Warm Summer nights are made better with live music. Be sure to check out these great concerts in August throughout Miami County. Kyle Eldridge & The Kentucky Cowhand- Prouty Plaza, Troy August 4th @ 7:30pm This vintage style country western band is sure to entertain all in Downtown Troy Friday night. Grab your lawn chairs and enjoy this free concert on a great summer night. Visitor and Eric Jerardi & his Band- Indian Creek Distillery, New Carlisle August 5th @ 5:30pm Come enjoy a fun evening under the stars at Indian Creek Distillery with live music, drinks, and food trucks.

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  • Looking for something different for dinner tonight? Check out some of the great sushi options here in Miami County! Megumi Hibachi- Troy  12 S Dorset Rd. Troy, OH 45373 Megumi offers a wide selection of hibachi, ramen, and sushi. Enjoy their variety of fresh unique sushi options. Mikado Sushi & Hibachi Steakhouse- Piqua  1574 Covington Ave. Piqua, OH 45356 Mikado offers a wide variety of Japanese dishes from habachi, dumplings, sushi, and more! Enjoy both regular and hand rolls of your favorite sushi today! Sakai Japanese Bistro- Troy  2303 W Main St. Troy, OH 45373 This contemporary casual Japanese restaurant

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  • That’s right, the newest edition of our Miami County, Ohio Visitor Guide has recently arrived in our office. We have boxes upon boxes of them ready to be distributed locally, throughout the state and nationally! Do you need a copy? Request one here: Get your Guide! Want a digital copy? Take a look here: 2023-2024 Miami County Visitor Guide

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  • Miami County is beautiful during the summer months—and some of the best places to experience its beauty are in the many Miami County Parks. Summer is a great time to get outside and explore the parks and hiking trails located throughout the county. Spending time outdoors has numerous benefits for our overall health and well-being. Exposure to natural light and fresh air can help improve our mood, reduce stress levels, and boost our immune system—and being outdoors encourages physical activity that can improve cardiovascular health, muscle strength, and weight management. The parks provide space for walking, hiking, running, birding, fishing,

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  • Warm Summer nights are made better with live music. Be sure to check out these great concerts in July throughout Miami County. The Wet Bandits- July 4 @ 7:30pm Treasure Island, Troy Celebrate the 4th of July with the Wet Bandits at Treasure Island in Troy. Enjoy a night of 90s party hits, food trucks, and end of the night fireworks. Just Grape Fun-July 29 @ 3:00pm Old Mason Winery, West Milton Enjoy live music, grape stomping, cornhole, scavenger hunt, and more at Old Mason Winery’s 10th anniversary party! Musician line-up coming soon, follow Old Mason Winery’s facebook for more

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  • Looking for a new place in Miami County to Explore? Look no further! Check out some of the unique outdoor spots in Miami County. Suspension Bridge – Covington Walk over the scenic Stillwater River at Maple Ridge in Covington.  The suspension bridge is a great hike connecting Miami County Parks Maple Ridge and Stillwater Prairie Reserve. Robinson Reserve- Troy The Robinson Reserve consists of a variety of trees, grasses, sedges and other flowering plants surrounding a 1.5 mile gravel walking path. This is a collaborative project between the City of Troy, Miami County Parks District, the Duke Foundation, and the

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  • Weekend getaways are a great way to boost your mood—and, with its numerous offerings, Miami County is a great place for a summertime getaway. Whether you’re looking for outdoor adventures, artistic endeavors, unique experiences, local history offerings, dining, or visits to breweries, wineries and distilleries, you’ll find it in Miami County. Hike, Bike or Canoe Your Cares Away Spending time outdoors is a great stress-reliever—and Miami County offers many outdoor activity options, from short hiking trails to daylong water and biking adventures. Choose from a variety of walking and running paths including paved pathways and woodsy trails. Miles and miles

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  • This summer, downtown Troy will once again welcome a variety of artwork as part of Troy Main Street’s biennial Sculptures on the Square exhibition. This year’s exhibit features 25 sculptures from artists throughout the United States as well as local artwork that will be hung in local businesses. Sculptures on the Square will be running from June 16 – October 2, 2023. The exhibition will kick off on Friday, June 16th with the Sculptures on the Square Opening Celebration. The event will take place at The Rec in downtown Troy and additional activities centered around the theme “Wind and Water”

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  • On April 8, 2024, Miami County residents and visitors to the county will be able to experience something that won’t happen in Ohio again until 2099 – a total solar eclipse. A total solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between the Sun and Earth, completely blocking the Sun. The last one visible in Ohio occurred in 1806. “Miami County will be in the path of totality for the 2024 Solar Eclipse, so we are thrilled to have this rare and once-in-a-lifetime event happening in our area,” said Leiann Stewart, executive director. “Because of its rarity, we want to celebrate

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