DISCOVERING TROTWOOD, OH
Trotwood is a city in Montgomery County, Ohio, originally called Higgins Station. The Village of Trotwood was incorporated in 1901 from portions of Madison Township. The population of Trotwood is around 25,000 with the median age of residents being 42 years of age.
Wolf Creek runs through Trotwood providing fishing and many scenic regions. Also along Wolf Creek is the only state park in Montgomery County. The 3,000-acre Sycamore Woods State Park offers horseback riding, hiking, hunting, and group camping.
Trotwood city has a rich history and a great future. They blend urban, rural, and metropolitan together into a unique community where everyone can feel welcome. The neighborhoods are filled with beautiful brick structures and amazing neighbors. Trotwood is a great place to spend time or consider raising a family.