Carriage Hill MetroPark

Carriage Hill, in Huber Heights, Ohio, draws its origins from Daniel and Catharine Arnold.  The farm remained in the family from 1830 to 1910.  The forerunner of the Five Rivers MetroParks, the Dayton-Montgomery County Park District, acquired the land in 1968.  In addition to land donated by Eugene Kettering, the park was first known as Drylick Run, for the Mad River tributary which ran through the property.  The non-profit, Friends of Carriage Hill aided in financial assistance and education programs and the park assumed the name Carriage Hill Reserve.  Today, Carriage Hill MetroPark consists of 900 acres and features a horse farm, trails, meadows, and offers visitors insight into 19th-century farm life.

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A snowy scene where a stacked split-rail fence zig zags to the red barn structure which serves as the Carriage Hill MetroPark visitors center.

Winter Scene from Carriage Hill Visitor Center, Huber Heights Ohio No. 1

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A patch of Eastern Purple Coneflower featuring their yellow seed centers and purple petals

Purple Coneflower, Carriage Hill MetroPark

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A wooden pasture fence leads the eye towards the historic farmstead at Carriage Hill MetroPark

Pasture Fence on Summer Evening, Carriage Hill MetroPark

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A horse pasture fence at Carriage Hill MetroPark following the rolling terrain

Horse Pasture Fence, Carriage Hill MetroPark No. 4

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A horse pasture fence at Carriage Hill MetroPark following the rolling terrain

Horse Pasture Fence, Carriage Hill MetroPark No. 3

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A classic Ohio farm scene from the 1880s with the evening sun painting the bright red barn in golden light

Henry Arnold Historical Farmstead, Carriage Hill MetroPark in Summer

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A small group of Gray-headed Coneflower growing in a recultivated Ohio prairie

Gray-headed Coneflower, Carriage Hill MetroPark No. 1

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Carriage Hill MetroPark’s Cedar Lake perfectly reflects the distant shoreline on a still summer evening

Cedar Lake Panorama, Carriage Hill MetroPark, Huber Heights Ohio

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Ohio native wildflowers next to a stacked, split-rail fence leading to the bright red visitor center at Carriage Hill MetroPark

Carriage Hill MetroPark Visitor Center on Sunny Day No. 3

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A field of Wild Bergamot and Grey-headed Coneflower in the foreground as the bright red Carriage Hill Visitor Center resides in the background.

Carriage Hill MetroPark Visitor Center in Summer No. 1

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A stacked spilt-rail fence outlines the Historic Farmstead at Carriage Hill MetroPark

Carriage Hill MetroPark Split-rail Fence

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A small group of Gray-headed Coneflower growing in a recultivated Ohio prairie

Carriage Hill MetroPark Pathway No. 5

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A tree-lined country lane which filters the summer evening light

Carriage Hill MetroPark Country Lane No. 1

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Carriage Hill MetroPark’s Cedar Lake perfectly reflects the distant shoreline on a still summer evening

Carriage Hill MetroPark, Huber Heights Ohio No. 1

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A classic bank barn and wooden windmill whose red paint contrast with the blue September skies

Bank Barn, Carriage Hill MetroPark

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An autumn scene where a farm horse grazes in a pasture next to a bright right barn and unique windmill.

Bank Barn, Carriage Hill MetroPark Historical Farm

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A snow covered walkway at Carriage Hill MetroPark sparkles as the sunlight refracts from fresh snow

Carriage Hill MetroPark Boardwalk in Winter

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An autumn scene where a farm horse grazes in a pasture next to a bright right barn and unique windmill.

Allen Barn and a field of Goldenrod, Carriage Hill MetroPark No. 6

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