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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?
  • Color Our World!

    April 15, 2020

    It’s true that the world could use a little brightening up! We’ve created these 10 coloring pages to help you get creative. Download and print our Miami County Coloring Pages! Please share on social media using #HomeGrownGreat and your work might be highlighted on our own social media channel! Miami County Visitors Bureau Logo Miami County Courthouse Eldean Covered Bridge WACO Bi Plane Johnston Farm & Indian Agency Barn Quilt Strawberry Festival Mascot Sculpture on the Square Ram from Miami County Fair A cup of coffee from Winans

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  • How well do you know Miami County, and how well do you know the village of Tipp City? This Scavenger Hunt will put your knowledge to the test! Get out and get some fresh air while still practicing social distancing. We live in such a fast-paced world where something is always consuming our minutes and hours. What better way to use this time than to discover and learn about where you live? Become a tourist in your own town. Take an afternoon to explore Tipp City. Be sure to take photos and feel free to share on your social media

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  • How well do you know Miami County, and how well do you know Troy? This Scavenger Hunt will put your knowledge to the test! Get out and get some fresh air while still practicing social distancing. We live in such a fast-paced world where something is always consuming our minutes and hours. What better way to use this time than to discover and learn about where you live? Become a tourist in your own town. Take an afternoon to explore Troy. Be sure to take photos and feel free to share on your social media using the hashtag #HomeGrownGreat. And

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  • Have you seen the beautiful art painted on barns scattered across Miami County? Ever wonder what that’s all about? Well… We can enlighten you! Back in 2007, our organization, the Miami County Visitors and Convention Bureau embarked on this grand project to paint barns with unique folk-art renditions of traditional quilt squares. This turned out to be one of the most popular “things to do” in Miami County for several years. We are still proud of this project and happy to report that at this point in time, over 50 barns are still standing with their art intact. Why is

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  • How well do you know Miami County? How well do you know Miami County’s West Side? This scavenger Hunt will put your knowledge to the test while focusing on Covington, West Milton, and Pleasant Hill! Get out and get some fresh air while still practicing social distancing. We live in such a fast-paced world where something is always consuming our minutes and hours. What better way to use this time than to discover and learn about where you live? Become a tourist in your own town. Take an afternoon to explore these amazing small towns of Miami County. Be sure

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  • How well do you know Miami County? How well do you know Piqua? We are putting your knowledge to the test with a Miami County Scavenger Hunt focusing on the town of Piqua. This is a great way to get out and get some fresh air while still practicing social distancing. We live in such a fast-paced world where something is always consuming our minutes and hours. What better way to use this time than to discover and learn about where you live? Become a tourist in your own town. Take an afternoon to explore the outdoors. Visit some of

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  • As the developments in Coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to unfold please follow the direction from our public health authorities including the CDC, Ohio Department of Health, and the Miami County Public Health to protect the community and visitors. Be sure to contact individual businesses directly regarding the latest information on operating hours, programming, and event schedules. As of Thursday, April 16, 10am – Updates will be made continually as information is gathered. It’s certainly a fact that plans are changing quickly. Here’s what you can still do and enjoy in Miami County. Get to the great outdoors! Spring is coming and the weather is

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  • Daytime in Miami County, OH, offers an incredible diversity of activities — chase waterfalls at Charleston Falls Preserve, shop boutique clothing at Merchant 31 or enjoy live performances at the Troy Civic Theatre. But there’s plenty to do once the sun goes down as well. If you enjoy spending a night out on the town, you’ll have a fantastic time exploring the sensational nightlife around Troy, Piqua, Covington, Tipp City, and the surrounding areas. Whether you’re looking to enjoy an eclectic drink with friends, take your date out for a romantic cocktail, or simply dance the night away, Miami County has

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  • Visiting Troy, Ohio, is never anything short of phenomenal. The variety of businesses, events, and activities is extraordinary. So many interests are represented it is impossible to be bored in this charming town. Hiking and biking, arts and culture, shopping and dining, and even live performances of all types are easy to find. We all need a little ‘me time’, however, and Troy is the perfect place for that too. Treat yourself to a day of relaxation at these elegant shops in downtown Troy. Winans Chocolates and Coffees Winans has been making their handmade premium chocolates for decades in Troy.

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  • The Miami County Park District will host their first season of Holiday Lights at Lost Creek Reserve presented by Bruns Realty Group. This beautiful 456-acre reserve located at 2385 E. St. Rt. 41 in Troy, will be the setting for a drive-through holiday light tour featuring animated light displays and illuminated landscapes. There will be a charge of $10 for cars and $30 for small 15 passenger vans. The light display will be open on Fridays and Saturdays from 6 to 10 p.m. and Sundays from 6 to 9 p.m. starting on Black Friday (November 29) and going through December

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