Tipp City Travel Guide

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Tipp City Things to Do

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    Miami River/Crystal

    by WILDEFLOWER Updated Jan 20, 2003

    Walking along the Miami River you may see deer, otter, herring, snakes, fish, fossils and many types of rocks. At the edge of town you can see a boat that was used to pull supplies up and down the canal. Have you ever heard the saying'Tippecanoe and Tyler Too!' This is the place that came from. Don't ask me what it means. I have no idea. The canal is the last part of the old Erie canal.
    This is my Baby girl Crystal playing in the Rocks.

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Tipp City Restaurants

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    by WILDEFLOWER Updated Jan 20, 2003

    There is Wendys, Taco Bell, Ye Old Tipp O The Town Restaurant(Great Breakfast Place), Frisches, Some Pizza and sub places.

    Favorite Dish: Tipp O The Town has many foods to choose from. But their hamburgers and french fries is what I miss.

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Tipp City Shopping

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    by WILDEFLOWER Written Jan 20, 2003

    The antique shops are all downtown. Park your car and walk the two or three small blocks to shop. Stop in at Paddy's restaurant and Pub for a break of the summer heat and have a beer or sandwich. Sometimes they have live piano player.Address: 106 E. Main St.

    What to buy: Depends on what your interested in. I bought a wooden bread box carrier long long ago. I use it for an end table as deco.

    What to pay: Look up your antiques so you know how to bargain for what you want.

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Tipp City What to Pack

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    by WILDEFLOWER Written Feb 25, 2003

    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: We have all four seasons here to the fullest. Just dress for the season. Winter layered clothes, Spring warm clothes with a sweater for evening, Summer, shorts and t-shirt, Fall warm clothes with a sweater for evening.

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    • Hiking and Walking

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Tipp City Off The Beaten Path

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    by WILDEFLOWER Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Tipp Roller Mill located at 225 E. Main St. It's the city's birthplace landmark and one of its few remaining canal locks. Maps found at the Old Tippecanoe Visitors Center at 12 E. Mainn St. It will point you toward a lot of places to stop and shop.

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    by WILDEFLOWER Written Jan 20, 2003

    Winter dinner theatre in different locations call 937-667-5854.
    Charleston Falls Preserve off st. rt. 202 hiking and cross country skiing. 2.5 miles of hiking trails also a 37 ft. waterfall, a limestone cave an observation tower and a picnic area. Phone: 937-335-9547

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Tipp City Sports & Outdoors

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    by WILDEFLOWER Written Jan 20, 2003

    Biking is popular here. There's a bike shop at 122 W. Main St. Phone: 937-667-5009. I don't know if they rent bikes or not?

    Equipment: I always carry a water bottle whenever I bike and a light jacket if I get cold.

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Tipp City Favorites

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    Fossils

    by WILDEFLOWER Updated Jan 20, 2003

    Favorite thing: Tipp City is known for Spring Hill Nursery. It covers many parts of the Tipp area and they have a huge selection. We love to walk in the Miami River looking for fossils and rocks. Then go thru the drive thru in town at Wendys. Then we drive to the Tipp City park and picnic. Plenty of swings and things for the little ones. There are antique shops in the historic downtown to walk through. You may even get a ghost story or two. I love the used book store. It has to be the best used book store around. That place has a few ghost stories I'm told! Across from the book store is the old Hotel. I think it was three stories high, made up in different sections.

    Fondest memory: Growing up in the country here. Watching the horses play across from my home. Running thru the fields before the built the condo's. Playing in the creek, trying to catch tad poles, crawdads and minnows.

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