Local Attractions

The Village of Yellow Springs was founded in 1825 and was named after a natural spring rich in iron ore.  Yellow Springs offers some of the most unique dining experiences in the Dayton area, along with several bustling side-walk shops and countless pieces of public art.  A short distance away, you’ll find Ohio’s most spectacular natural area, including John Bryan State Park and Glen Helen Nature Preserve.

Yellow Springs Chamber of Commerce
Yellow Springs Chamber

Discover an eclectic selection of local shops, galleries, and events such as the Street Fair, 3rd Weekend Flings, and more!

Glen Helen Nature Preserve - The Yellow Spring
Glen Helen Nature Preserve

Stop by the Glen and check out the Nature Shop, Raptor Center, Outdoor Education Center, or the Trailside Science Museum for scheduled programs and hikes.

John Bryan State Park
John Bryan State Park

Known as the “most scenic State Park in western Ohio”, here you can choose from a variety of activities ranging from picnicking, fishing, hunting, rock climbing, canoeing, multi-use trails, and more…

Little Miami River through Clifton Gorge
Clifton Gorge State Nature Preserve

Amazing post-glacial canyon cutting featuring beautiful waterfalls and rapids on the headwaters of the Little Miami State and National Scenic River. Here you’ll find trails, interpretive signs, and overlooks.

Little Miami Scenic Trail, Yellow Springs, Ohio
Little Miami Scenic Trail

Beautiful 80-mile trail extending south from Yellow Springs to eastern Cincinnati and north from Yellow Springs to Urbana.

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