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Fall might be the most beautiful time of the year because of the leaves. Here are Beavercreek trails where you can enjoy the changing of colors.

You just can't beat Ohio for enjoyable fall weather. New England may get most of the props for fall color, but as our REALTORS® in the Beavercreek area are thrilled to tell you, you don't have to go that far to enjoy fall color and a bracing walk. Whether you've just moved into the house you bought from Beavercreek homes for sale or Xenia homes for sale, or you're listing your home and need a bit of a break while you pack up your house in preparation for your next move, a walk in one of our beautiful Greene County parks is just what you need to get the blood circulating and to clear your head.

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Winter Weather Hiking - Beavercreek, OH | Wright-Patt Realty

Oh, the weather outside isn't too frightful. In fact, our REALTORS ® love the winter season around Beavercreek. The white snow peacefully blankets our favorite green spaces, inviting us to see a new side to our most traveled trails. Are you looking to get a breath of fresh air in this winter wonderland? Then lace up your boots and enjoy the winter weather on a hike at one of these trails around Beavercreek.

  1. Creekside Reserve — 761 Factory Rd., Beavercreek, OH 45434
    If you've toured any of our Beavercreek homes for sale, then you've probably seen the Little Beaver Creek and Beaver Creek waters flowing downstream. They converge right outside of the aptly named Creekside Reserve. This is known as one of the most beautiful outdoor areas, not only in Beavercreek, but in all of Ohio. The hiking trails will take you through meadows and forests, placing you right alongside the serene Little Beaver Creek.

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Running Trails - Beavercreek, OH - Wright-Patt Realty

Spring is in the air, and it's time to hit the trails! Whether it's a leisurely jog or training for your next 5K, our REALTORS® are excited about all the opportunities the Beavercreek area offers. Now that warm weather is on the way, be sure to check out these great running trails in and around Beavercreek, Ohio.

  • Russ Nature Preserve - 2380 Kemp Road, Beavercreek, OH 45431
    Offering access to four miles of trails that meander through picturesque meadows and woods, Russ Nature Preserve is one of the top outdoor destinations in Greene County. The land was gifted to the county by Fritz and Dolores Russ in 2008 and has become a local favorite running spot near these Beavercreek homes for sale. In addition to running and hiking trails over gently rolling terrain, the preserve offers a rustic, all-natural playscape for kids, and is home to an apiary operated by the Greene County Beekeepers Association.

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Fishing Areas Around Beavercreek - Wright-Patt Realty

National Go Fishing Day is coming up on June 18th, and if you ever needed an extra excuse to cast a line in the Beavercreek area, this is it! You'll find some truly extraordinary fishing opportunities nearby, and our REALTORS® have a few ideas if you're looking for a place to do some fishing near Beavercreek, Ohio this summer. 

  1. Dominick Lofino Park - 640 Grange Hall Road, Beavercreek, OH
    Just a short drive from numerous Beavercreek homes for sale, this quiet park is a perfect place for a family fishing trip. The seven-acre lake at Dominick Lofino Park offers an abundance of bass and panfish, with ample access including a fishing platform and a trail along the shore. The park also offers a playground and picnic area and hosts an annual kids' fishing derby every spring, which is free to enter and offers a great opportunity to introduce the next generation to the sport of fishing.  

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