Butler County (Ohio)
Hueston Woods State Park and Resort Lodge, Southwest corner of Preble County, northwest corner of Butler County, north of Oxford. North of SR 27 on Route 732. Located in Butler and Preble counties, nearly 3,000 acres. Lodge: 96-rooms, dining room, snack bar, gift shop, meeting rooms, lounge, indoor, outdoor swimming pools, game room, and lighted tennis court. Cottages: 25 cottages, two bedrooms, bath, kitchen, living room, screened porch. Two Premium Cottages. Ten Efficiency Cottages. All cottages have cooking, eating utensils, towels, and bedding. Camping: 252 campsites, electrical outlets, showers, flush toilets, laundry, trailer waste station, 236 non-electric campsites, with vault-type latrines. Three camper cabins, built-in bunks, air conditioning, and an outdoor gas grill, 28 horseman campsites and pet camping. 10 miles of hiking trails, 18 miles of bridle trails, 12 miles for mountain biking. 18-hole, 7,005-yard, par 72 golf course, driving ranges open from March until November. Acton Lake, boating, launch ramps, public docks, fishing pier, 1,500-foot swimming beach, concession stand, bathhouse, volleyball court, horseshoes, miniature golf, playground, basketball court, Nature Center, fossil hunts and playground.
On January 9, 2013, the Butler County Visitors Bureau unveiled a system of 150 wayfinding signs intended to direct visitors and residents to local attractions in the County.  The green-and-blue signs are being installed throughout the County and highlight parks, museums, Miami University campuses, and entertainment venues.
- North Verity Parkway at Breiel Boulevard in Middletown to Oxford State Road (OH 73) near Trenton - 10 miles
- Rentschler Forest Preserve/Miami-Erie Canal Metropark to Canal Road Trailhead in Fairfield Township - 2.2 miles
- Downtown Hamilton to Joyce Park in Fairfield - 3.6 miles
Butler County is located immediately north of Cincinnati. U.S. Highways 27 and 127, as well as Interstate 75, all offer quick access to the city.