101 South Ohio Avenue - Floor 2, Sidney, Ohio 45365
Phone: (937) 492-9122 - Toll Free: (866) 892-9122

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Johnston Farm & Indian Agency

9845 North Hardin Road
Piqua, Ohio 45356

Contact: (937) 773-2522 or (800) 752-2619

Open Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day; Wednesday thru Saturday, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Sunday and Holidays, 12 noon to 5:00 p.m.; September and October, Saturday and Sunday hours only.


Here’s What You’ll See:

General Harrison

Celebrate 2,000 years of Ohio’s rich history from American Indian mounds through Ohio’s canal era. The peaceful 250-acre site includes the John Johnston farm, where you can tour the home and several outbuildings to gain an understanding of Ohio in 1829. A museum that traces the story of the Eastern Woodland Indians in Ohio and a mule-drawn ride on a replica canal boat on a restored section of the Miami and Erie Canal complete your visit.

Average visit time: Allow 2+ hours.  14 miles from Sidney.

Brukner Nature Center

5995 Horseshoe Bend Road
Troy, Ohio 45373

Contact: (937) 698-6419


Here’s What You’ll See:

Local wildlife, and wildlife enthusiasts, have a friend in Brukner Nature Center. Bordering the scenic Stillwater River and fen wetland, Brukner Nature Center is situated on 165 acres of rolling hills, deep ravines and thick forests, including a magical pine forest that makes visitors feel like an ant in the grass.

The center has been educating the community on animal rehabilitation and nature for more than 27 years and contains a complete rehabilitation center, treating more than 1,600 wild animals each year. With a restored 1804 log house, herb gardens, animal and wildlife displays, hiking trails and a bird vista situated three stories above the ground and in the trees, visitors to Brukner have endless options for learning about nature and enjoying its many gifts. Special programs at Brukner are offered throughout the year.  25 miles from Sidney.

WACO Air Museum & Aviation Learning Center

1865 South County Road 25A
Troy, OH 45373

Contact: (937) 335-9226


Here’s What You’ll See

The WACO Aircraft Company was the largest manufacturer of civil   aircraft in the country in the late 1920’s and early 30’s and this museum is dedicated to the plant and the employees that made it great. 21 miles from Sidney.

Fulton Farms

2393 South OH-202
Troy, Ohio 45373

Contact: (937) 335-6983


Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Monday-Friday 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

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Here’s What You’ll See:

In late spring the vast fields of Fulton Farms gleam red with the season‘s first strawberries, and in the fall, an endless landscape of orange pumpkins await carving and baking. The largest contiguous farm east of the Mississippi, Fulton Farms specializes in a variety of produce. An easily accessible farm market allows visitors to shop for fresh fruits and vegetables, gourmet foods, Old World ornaments, among other unique gift items.

The market cafe inside the same location, offers Boston Stoker coffees, espresso, soups, desserts, ice cream, yogurt and homemade bread. Coinciding with each season, visitors to the farm can pick their own strawberries in early June, take a hay ride to find a pumpkin in October or brave the weather to take down their own Christmas tree in November and December. 25 miles from Sidney.


Hop on your bike and follow the path of the Great Miami River and the Miami & Erie Canal as it meanders through beautiful Miami County. Bike paths run along the Miami River levee in both Troy and Piqua and at Piqua’s Lock Nine Park. Take note that Tipp City’s new bike path is nearing completion. Biking is also permitted on state routes and township roads. Cyclists are asked to observe traffic rules and use extreme caution.

Experience the gentle rolling country on wheels – where parks and historic sites will soon be connected by a system of paved, well-maintained bike trails. With the City of Piqua leading the way, Miami County will soon become connected by a unified bike path. To be known as the Miami County Bikeway, plans are in the works to connect Tipp City with Piqua, with other connections eventually taking cyclists to Cincinnati, Yellow Springs and beyond. Piqua already has a 13-mile “loop” in place that takes cyclists through both the city and country. The proposed bikeway begins at the southern Miami County border, connecting to the Montgomery County Metro Parks trail system that could one day connect to Cincinnati. Entering Tipp City, trail users will pass through four parks, the historic downtown district and right past the Great Miami River. Much of the trail is planned to follow the old Miami-Erie Canal tow path. Reaching Troy, the path will make its way through the city and its attractions before reaching a long stretch of country where it will meet the existing Piqua trail.

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