Taylorsville MetroPark

As US 40 crosses the Great Miami River, the Miami Conservancy District erected Taylorsville Dam to control regional flood waters.  Initially known as Taylorsville Reserve when it opened in 1967, in 1994 it also became part of the Horace M. Huffman Jr. River Corridor Bikeway.  Today, the park provides shady hiking trails along its limestone banks and wildflower meadows in the floodplain. Years later its trail connected to Tipp City in Miami County, and eventually ran all the way to Piqua, Ohio.

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An endangered Royal Catchfly featuring 5 red petals and white sticky glands which trap insects.

Royal Catchfly, Taylorsville MetroPark, Huber Heights Ohio No. 4

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A patch of Gray-headed Coneflowers by a quite pond under gorgeous skies

Poplar Creek Pond, Taylorsville MetroPark, Huber Heights Ohio No. 5

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An endangered Royal Catchfly featuring 5 red petals and white sticky glands which trap insects.

Royal Catchfly, Taylorsville MetroPark, Huber Heights Ohio No. 2

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A patch of Gray-headed Coneflowers by a quite pond under gorgeous skies

Poplar Creek Pond, Taylorsville MetroPark, Huber Heights Ohio No. 1

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