The Miami Valley offers some of the most demonstrative changes-of-season you'll find. Whether it's winter, spring, summer or fall - you'll know it!
Beavercreek is fortuitously located in the valley of the Little Miami River, a state and nationally designated scenic river. The area is full of red maple, oak, sweet gum, dogwood, redbud and many other species of trees that often provide for the wonderful autumn viewing opportunities.
While virtually every area of our township has groves of trees that explode with color every fall, there are a few areas in particular that stand out for us including:
- Indian Ripple, near Trinity and east of CCN
- Alpha Drive, through Historic Alpha
- Patterson Road, east of the Bergamo Center
- Fudge Drive by Beavercreek High School
- Big Woods Drive, south of New Germany-Treben
- Kemp Road, west of Beaver Valley
And certainly there are many others... and we'd like to know where!
Our 2015 Fall Foliage Contest winners are...
First Place, "Knollwood" by Terry Bowers-Larson
Second Place, "Beavercreek" by Robert Howard
Third Place, "Fairfield By Fairbrook" by Ernie Muller
The gallery was circulated to numerous people, including professional photographers, and their votes decided the winners. All photos will displayed here on BeavercreeksFinest.com - thank you to everyone who participated! Here is the gallery of all photos submitted! Keep checking back for additional photo contests in the near future!