Amenities Around The Mound
Mound Business Park is located in Miamisburg, OH a progressive suburban community of 20,000 which has grown to become an ideal destination in the Miami Valley. From bike trails to art galleries, metro parks, casual bars and eateries, there’s plenty to see and do in Miamisburg. There’s always great things happening in historic downtown Miamisburg!
The Dayton International Airport serves most major airlines and is located just off Interstate 70 near Vandalia and 25 miles from Mound Business Park. The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is located 58 miles from Mound Business Park. The Dayton Wright Brothers Airport and Moraine Airpark are smaller airports located in the south Dayton suburb
Sycamore Medical Center is located in Miamisburg on State Route 725 between Alexandersville and Gebhart Church roads. This award-winning healthcare facility offers many inpatient and outpatient services, a 24-hour emergency department and a pharmacy.
The campus also includes Sycamore Glen Retirement Center, Sycamore Glen Health Center (nursing home) and Sycamore Primary Care Center. Sycamore is part of the regional Kettering Health Network.
A fully staffed Parks and Recreation Department, with administrative offices located in the Civic Center, offers a variety of community benefits through year-round programming and special events. The Department provides recreational opportunities for all age groups and features a variety of indoor and outdoor facilities. Parks and Recreation Dept., 866-4532
Mound State Park – Miamisburg is perhaps best known for the Indian Mound, which once served as an ancient burial site. This landmark remains virtually intact from its origins hundreds of years ago and is located in a City park at 900 Mound Avenue, adjacent to the Mound Golf Course and across the street from Mound Business Park. It is an Ohio historical site and serves as a popular attraction and picnic destination for area families.
It is open daylight hours throughout the year. Archaeological investigations of the surrounding area suggest that it was constructed by the prehistoric Adena Indians (800 BC – AD 100). Built on a 100-foot-high bluff, the mound measures 877 feet in circumference. It was originally more than 70 feet high.
Visitors may climb the 116 steps from its base to the summit for a view of the surrounding park. The 37-acre park has picnic tables and a playground.
Among the Parks and Recreation major facilities are:
Community Park (42 acres, basketball courts, BMX bike trail, skatepark)
Mound Golf Course (9 holes, par 36, clubhouse with pro shop and restaurant)
PipeStone Golf Club (18 holes, par 72, clubhouse with pro shop and restaurant)
Riverfront Park (7 acres, special events)
The Miamisburg City School District is an award-winning public school system that serves ages preschool through high school in the City of Miamisburg, as well as most of Miami Township and a portion of German Township. The west campus of Bishop Leibold, a parochial elementary school, also is located within City limits.
The City owns two public golf courses. PipeStone, located at 4344 Benner Road, is a premier 18-hole championship course designed by world renowned golf course architect Arthur Hills. Opened in 1992, PipeStone has developed an outstanding reputation within the golfing community as a challenging and attractive course that is maintained in peak condition. Its beautiful clubhouse features a full-service restaurant that is available for banquets and a fully stocked pro shop. The course is located adjacent to the upscale PipeStone residential community.
Mound is a charming nine-hole course adjacent to the famous Indian Mound landmark and enjoys a scenic location overlooking the City at 757 Mound Avenue. A new clubhouse was completed at Mound in 1995 that features a fully stocked pro shop and a full-service restaurant known for its renowned half-pound cheeseburgers.
Visit exploremiamisburg.com to see a variety of local establishments in the downtown Miamisburg area. Outside of the downtown area, there are numerous restaurants sprinkled through the Miamisburg and Miami Township areas.