2023 Seneca County Community Guide

Beaver Creek Reservoir TR 0196 & E CR 34, Green Springs

Myers Park 317 Stump Pike Rd., Attica Park for kids of all ages. Includes picnic tables for outdoor eating and a pool to cool off on the hot summer days. New Riegel Park Near West St., New Riegel With three ball fi elds, a shelter, basketball courts, and play- ground, there is so much fun to be had while at the New Riegel Community Park whether that's spending the evening supporting the local baseball and softball teams or having a picnic near the playground. Old Fort Bridge Park Wood St. (CR 51) at Railroad St., Old Fort Old Fort Bridge Park offers the community multiple opportu- nities to enjoy the great outdoors, including fi shing locations, hiking/walking trails, a river for canoeing or kayaking, picnic tables, and star gazing. Republic Community Park E SR 162, Republic Leafy public green space featuring a playground & picnic shelter with tables & a grill. Springville Marsh State Nature Preserve 12250 TR 24, Carey Springville Marsh is an unequaled nature preserve in north- western Ohio. This area of over 200 acres is the largest in- land wetland in this part of the state.

Beaver Creek Reservoir is an above ground reservoir owned by the City of Clyde; water is supplied to the reservoir by a pump station located on Beaver Creek, just south of the reservoir. Completed in 1971 as part of the Northwest Ohio Water Development Plan, it was built to provide water for industrial and municipal use, as well as recreation. Beeghly Park 10 Beeghly Ave., Bloomville This 2-acre park is complete with a baseball fi eld, a shelter, Come to Honey Creek Park for an enjoyable afternoon with the kids. With both a playground and shelter offered, it's an amazing place for a picnic and afternoon in the sun! Howard Collier State Nature Preserve 1655 W. TR 38, Tif fi n This natural area, located on the Sandusky State Scenic Riv- er, was originally acquired as a Scenic River area. In addi- tion to the large wooded riverine corridor, with an excel- lent fl oodplain community containing large oaks, sycamore, ash, tulip and cottonwoods, the area also has an impressive amount of relief. Louisa K. Fast Park SR 101, East of Tif fi n City Limits During World War II the land was used by the government for grain storage but now Louisa K. Fast Park is 2.3 acres of open green space open to the public. Meadowbrook Park 5430 W. Tif fi n St., Bascom A long-standing destination in the Seneca County region, Meadowbrook Park continues to maintain a spot for vaca- tioners. The park is a 130 acre family recreation oriented park that includes camping, swimming, picnic areas and chil- dren’s playground. There is a court area that includes tennis, basketball, and roller hockey courts. A sand volleyball court and softball diamond is across from the pool area. There is also a giant chess and/or checkerboard and a horseshoe court. Meadowbrook has an 18 hole disc golf course that intertwines with the park features. and a swimming pool. Honey Creek Park S SR 4, Attica The quarter acre Crystal Pool has been a key part of the recreational amenities since 1930. It has a large shallow end with a dual chute water slide. The deep end has two diving boards with the highest being a three meter board. There is also a separate fenced wading pool for toddlers. The main pool is handicapped accessible. Meadowbrook Family Campground has both seasonal and weekend camping sites that can be reserved by calling in advance. Many families camp for the weekend in conjunction with other activities held at the park such as family reunions, weddings in the Ballroom or other local events. The park has 9 picnic shelters for family reunions and other group activities. The shelters can accommodate parties of 50 to 300 depending on the size of the shelter. There are also open picnic tables and grills located throughout the park for use by visitors.

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