Greene County, Ohio.
Massies Creek midpoint in Wilberforce, Ohio.
Massies Creek ends in Wilberforce, Ohio.
810 feet (247 meters)
10.31 miles long (16.60 kilometers)
5926843.24 miles (9538332.55 sq kilometers)
About The Massies Creek
The Massies Creek is a stream in Greene County, Ohio. A tributary of the Little Miami River, it runs in a generally westward direction from its origin at the confluence of the North and South forks in Cedarville. The name Massies Creek was derived from Nathaniel Massies, a prominent frontier surveyor who established fourteen towns in what would eventually become the state of Ohio. The stream is also sometimes referred to as Masseys Creek, Massicks Creek and Massie Creek.
Coupled with scenic views within Greene County, the stream offers everyone a great place to spend quality time with nature. Here, you can go fishing, whitewater rafting, kayaking, and paddling. There are also plenty of parks, campgrounds and hiking trails surrounding the area. When you find yourself in this part of Ohio, your recreational options are practically endless.
Massies Creek Fishing Description
Anglers will find an excellent playing field on the Massies Creek. Kids and the elderly also visit Massies Creek to fish. Come for a quick fishing trip here and you’ll be rewarded with a great variety of species rangi