OXD Airport is a general aviation airport in Oxford, Ohio, spanning more than 300 acres with one 4,000-foot runway in Southwestern Ohio. The airport is owned by Miami University and operated by the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. The airport was opened in 1940 as part of a government initiative from President Franklin D. Roosevelt called the Civil Pilots Training Program.

OXD offers fuel, hangar lease opportunities, and a pilot lounge with snack options and restrooms. 

Oxford, Ohio

Sprawling hills. Charming shops. Welcoming people. Home of Miami University. Oxford, Ohio is a town that’s active and thriving.
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Butler County Visitors Bureau

Butler County, Ohio features nine unique communities with distinctive attractions, comfortable hotels and bed & breakfasts and hidden historical gems. Butler County has thrilling outdoor sports activities, modernly chic shopping hot-spots and activities for visitors of all ages!

Miami University

Miami University was founded on the belief that a liberal education provides the best possible framework for life in a changing world. That holds true now more than ever.

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Hueston Woods

Open every day and always free, Ohio’s state parks and waterways provide a refuge from the pace of modern life.

Spooky Nook Sports Facility

This is a new sports facility slated to open in 2021. Facilities will have courts and fields for soccer, volleyball, basketball, baseball, field hockey and more. The campus will include a hotel, convention space, and multiple tenants.

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Hanover Reserve

Hanover Reserve is a paradise location for any event. The facility is a beautiful wood, post and beam building overlooking a 2 acre pond, surround by nature just minutes from Oxford, Ohio.

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