Introduction to Miamisburg, Ohio
The present day Miamisburg was known as "Hole's Station" around 1797. Zachariah Hole was one of its early settlers. Miamisburg derived its name from an Indian term meaning "mother." It was incorporated in 1818. In January 1829, the Miami and Erie Canal was opened to the public and made transportation convenient for the residents of Miamisburg.
Miamisburg and Nearby Attractions
- Miamisburg Mound
- Carillon Historical Park
Things To Do In Miamisburg
At Miamisburg, visitors can go to the Sycamore Trails Aquatic Center which includes 15,800-square-feet of heated water, two giant water slides and sand volleyball courts, wet sand playground and children’s water playground. The Sycamore Trails Park has a fishing pond with live ducks, scenic walking trails and picnic shelters. The Miamisburg Plaza Shopping Center, Corners-At-The-Mall Shopping Center, Clocktower Plaza Shopping Center and Mini-Mall Shopping Center are some of the local shopping areas.
Air transportation is available from James M Cox Dayton International Airport, located nearby.
Miamisburg Higher Education
Wright State University - Main Campus, Sinclair Community College and University of Dayton are located near the city of Miamisburg.