Miamisburg is home to the Miamisburg Mound, one of the largest conical mounds east of the Mississippi River. The prehistoric Adena Indians who lived in the area around 800 B.C. constructed the mound.
Miamisburg is located in Montgomery County, approximately eight miles south of Dayton. Miamisburg got its name from the Miami Indian tribe that settled the area. 27,000 residents call the 11 square miles home. Downtown Miamisburg is the heart of the city. Whether you wish to shop, dine, or meet your service needs, downtown is the place to visit. This is an active community offering housing ranging from exclusive, custom-built homes to charming older neighborhoods with well-maintained homes of all sizes. Single-family homes, townhouses and apartments of almost every design provide choices for all.
Miamisburg mirrors the layout of the I-75 corridor. RTA serves the area.
Miamisburg is home to Sycamore Hospital; Middletown Regional Hospital is about a 15-minute drive. Hospitals in Dayton, Centerville, and Cincinnati are readily accessible.
Many neighborhood shops provide for daily purchases, and a multitude of fast food restaurants and movie theaters are nearby. The Dayton Mall is a short drive from the east side of town with over 120 specialty shops, cinemas, and restaurants.
Sports provide a focal point for this town. There are three golf courses in Miamisburg: Mound has 9 holes, Pipestone has 18 and the River Bend Golf Club offers an 18-hole course. The Sycamore Trails Aquatic Center features two water slides, a 15,000+ sq. foot swimming pool with a beach-like entry and concession stands. Soccer reigns big with over 42 acres of the Miamisburg Soccer Complex dedicated to the sport, fielding hundreds of teams. Sycamore Trails Park is a family favorite, providing neighborhood park convenience with a youth fishing pond as a special feature.