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Rentschler Forest MetroPark

This scenic natural area encompasses 350 acres along the Great Miami River. The preserve features nature trails, playgrounds, soccer fields, picnic shelters, and a bike path. Remnants of the Miami-Erie Canal cross through the preserve.

Riverbend Recreation Area

The first county park opened in 1976. The park area stretches over 176 acres with over four miles of nature trails for hiking, cross-country skiing and horseback riding. This year-round recreational area offers a variety of outdoor adventures for...

Riverside Park

Originally opened in 1906, Riverside has the notoriety of being Hancock County’s oldest park and is located at the site of the old Water Works Park. Seasonal activities include swimming, band concerts, fishing areas, Tell Taylor Memorial, trail...

Riverside Park Zanesville

This park features soccer fields, sand volleyball, softball fields, tennis and basketball courts and shelter houses for picnics. It is also home to Kidzville, a community-built playground and a fitness trail for people with disabilites. A boat ramp...

Rocky Fork Recreation

Guernsey County's premiere outdoor recreation destination. We offer many opportunities for making memories. Bring the family, and bring a friend. Our activities include guided horse trail rides, a paintball field and equipment rental,  canoes, pedal...

Rossford Marina & Veteran's Memorial Park

Marina features water & 30 amp service, 24-Hour Security, Sanitary Pump-out, Bagged Ice Machine, Restrooms.

Simpson Garden Park

Simpson Garden Park is a gorgeous manicured park with a Children's Sensory Garden, Japanese Gardens, Hosta Garden, Daylilly Garden, waterfeatures and sculptures throughout. Simpson Garden Park has a beautiful indoor meeting venue that is great event...

Slippery Elm Trail

The Slippery Elm Trail (SET), opened in 1995, is a premiere multi-use trail of northwest Ohio. This 13-mile trail is open for walking, bicycling and in-line skating. Trail users are asked to park at designated locations. Parking and access points...

Stillwater River Recreation Trail

The Stillwater River Recreation Trail is one of 25 facilities within Five Rivers MetroParks, located in the Greater Dayton area.  This trail is composed of two segments -- a northern segment that runs through Englewood MetroPark south, to the City...

Sugarcreek MetroPark

Sugarcreek MetroPark is one of 25 facilities within Five Rivers MetroParks, located in the Greater Dayton area.  Three ancient white oak trees -- over 550 years old -- can be reached by hiking the orange loop trail.  Although in decline, two still...

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