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Reserves Park


  1. Bike Trail
  2. Disc Golf Course
  3. Fishing
  4. Hiking Trail
  5. Park Passport
  6. Picnic Tables
  7. Playground
  8. Restrooms
  9. Shelter
  10. Wildlife Viewing

About the Park

This family-use pocket park is located within the Reserves of Liberty Subdivision, on the north side of State Route 129 and east of State Route 747. Reserves Park can be accessed from Grandin Ridge Drive and encompasses 8.6 acres of land that was donated by Greg Amend and Carlos Todd.

Reserves Park, established in 1997, 8.6 acres

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Six acres of natural lands include almost one mile of hard surface paths, great for hiking and biking. A brand new rubber surface playground with boundless equipment accessible to all children is adjacent to a large picnic shelter. In 2015, a 9-hole disc golf course was installed. This park contains a beautiful reflecting pond, great for viewing sunrises and sunsets. Sorry, no ice skating or swimming, but the perfect place to catch a "first" fish. A State of Ohio Fishing License is required for all persons over 16 years of age.


  1. Reserves Park Shelter

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