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Village of Monroeville

  • Marsh Field on North Street
    • » Three athletic fields, tennis courts, sand volleyball court
    • » One large and one small shelter house facilities
    • » Three athletic fields, tennis courts, sand volleyball court
    • » One large and one small shelter house facilities
    • » Playground equipment
    • » Public restrooms
  • River frontage for fishing and canoe or kayak access when river conditions permit
  • Clark Park on U. S. Route 20
    • » Playground equipment
    • » Public restrooms
    • » Medium size shelter house
  • Commons Park on Broad Street
    • » War Memorials
    • » Gazebo and benches
  • Hillside Park on U.S. Route 20
    • » Gazebo and benches
  • Reservoir - SR 547 West of Village
    • » Walking track
    • » Public fishing
  • Rails to Trails
    • » Multi-use path travels through Village. Access at Knights of Columbus Hall on Peru Center Road for travel east to Norwalk. Access at Ridgefield Township Hall on South Ridge Street for travel west to Sandhill Road

                New London

For more information on New London see Website.

      City of Norwalk

  • Ernsthausen Community Complex
    100 Republic Street, Norwalk, OH 419-663-6775
    • » Pool – 25 yard competitive pool
    • » Pool – Outdoor with 150’ spiral water slide
    • » Therapy pool
    • » Whirlpool
    • » Steam room sauna
    • » Indoor playground
    • » Gymnasium
    • » Suspended indoor rubber track
    • » Mini-gym
    • » Large locker rooms
    • » Racquetball courts (2)
    • » Meeting room
    • » Strength training machines
    • » Cardiovascular equipment
    • » Tot watch, service provided for patron’s children
  • Veteran’s Memorial Park on Old State Road
    • » Club House (accommodates approx 80)
      • Includes tables, chairs, kitchen, electricity, indoor handicap accessible restrooms
    • » Pavilions (5) with fireplace, BBQ, tables, electricity
    • » Playgrounds
    • » Walking track
    • » Fishing
    • » Hunting
    • » Restrooms
  • Bill Baines Park on Plank Road
    • » Softball fields (2)
    • » Baseball field (1)
    • » Playground
    • » Restrooms
  • Jaycee Park / Hogan’s Hill / Lais Pond on Pleasant Street & Elm Street
    • » Pavilion
    • » Tennis Courts
    • » Playground
    • » Restrooms
    • » Fishing
    • » Sled riding
  • McGuan Park on Hester Street
    • » Softball fields (3)
    • » Playground
    • » Restrooms
  • St. Mary’s Skate Park on St. Mary’ Street
    • » Rollerblade / Skate facilities
    • » Restrooms
  • Bremser Park on Elm Street
  • Lion’s Park on Jefferson Street
  • Stokely’s Park on North West Street
  • Stoutenburg Park on Norwood Avenue
    • » Playground
  • Mead Park on Huron Street
  • Pohl’s Park on East Main Street
  • Suhr Family Park on West Main Street
  • Norwalk Workers’ Memorial on League Street
  • Rails to Trails
    • » Multi-use path travels west of Norwalk to Monroeville. Access at North West Street.

See Website.

     Plymouth Village

  • Veterans Memorial Park
    • » Intersection of West Broadway and Strine Way
  • Plymouth Pool (open June – August)
    • » 200 Sandusky Street
  • Mary Fate Park
    • » 200 Sandusky Street
    • » Pavilion
    • » Scout Hut
    • » Call 419-687-4331 for reservations

      Willard City

  • Willard City Park on West Laurel and South Main Streets
    • » Outdoor, Olympic-size swimming pool with a 104’ figure-eight enclosed flume waterslide
    • » 900’ baby pool
    • » Poolside Café
    • » Skate Park with 9,000’ and a half pipe, fun box and obstacle course
    • » Playground equipment with “Kiddie Land” featuring two large play structures
    • » Basketball courts (4)
    • » Public restrooms
    • » Summer hours 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm weather permitting
  • The Depot in the Park
    • » Fashioned after the former railroad depot that was located near downtown Willard
    • » Seats up to 100
    • » Rental to the public for all occasions
    • » Air conditioned, Fireplace, Full kitchen
    • » Railroad Museum operated by the Willard Historical Society
    • » Wooden Caboose and Boxcar located on the grounds
    • » Summer hours 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
    • » Picnic Shelters (5) with grills, electric and water nearby
    • » Seating capacity between 40 to 100
    • » Reservations or first-come first-serve basis
    • » Call 419-933-2581 for reservations
    • » Little League baseball fields, three with lights
    • » Softball fields, one with lights
    • » Sand volleyball areas (2)
    • » Horseshoe pits (10)
    • » Public restrooms and drinking fountains throughout the park
  • Willard Reservoir Park on State Route 61, three miles east of the City
    • » Overlooks the Huron River and a Large wooded area
    • » 200 acres of water and is 36’ deep
    • » Fishing for largemouth and smallmouth bass, bluegill, yellow perch, walleye, brown bullhead and channel catfish
    • » Electric motor boats up to three horsepower are permitted
    • » Must have a valid fishing license
    • » Boats must have State of Ohio and City of Willard watercraft validation
    • » Natural walking trails with abundant wildlife
    • » 2.4 mile crushed limestone path circles the top of the reservoir for walkers and joggers
    • » Winter sports include sledding, cross-country skiing and ice fishing
    • » Duck hunting season contact 419-933-4001 for application and fee
    • » Public Restrooms
    • » Drinking water
    • » Parking lots (6)
  • Willard Area Nature Park
    • » 24 acres “Green Space”
    • » ½ mile nature trail
    • » Kiddie fishing pond – Summer
    • » Ice Skating – Winter
  • Willard Neighborhood Parks
    • » Keefer and Spring Street Park
    • » Woodbine and High Street Park
    • » Basketball court
    • » Playground equipment