Grant Park is an 189-acre natural area. Trails in the park lead along creeks and through meadow, forest, prairie and wetland habitats. The trails are of varying difficulty; some follow ridgelines or bottomlands, while others climb fairly steep hills. Two fire rings, located at the Chimneys and behind the Grant Nature Center, are available for reservations. Campfires are allowed by permit only. For the safety of park visitors, bicycles are not permitted on the trails and all pets must be on a leash. Parking is available at Normandy Elementary School on Normandy Ridge Road, Hadley Watts Middle School on McEwen Road, and at Kennard Nature Nook on McEwen Road. Play equipment is located at the Grant's Trail entrance to the park.
Primary Entrances (2):
Normandy Elementary School Entrance, 501 Normandy Ridge Road
Kennard Nature Nook Entrance, 6588 McEwen Road
This is one of the largest and in my opinion another one of the best parks in Centerville, Ohio for hiking or walking your dog. With 2 separate entrances there are lots of places to hike and get lost in nature. So many things to see.
Park is open during daylight hours and closes at dusk.