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Parks & Gardens
  • Babb Run Park Bird & Wildlife Sanctuary
    2800 Sackett Ave, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223
    This heavily wooded park offers visitors a quiet place to roam around in the wilderness and relax. Known for itsMore wildlife population, Babb Run Park Bird & Wildlife Sanctuary features trails, a bridge, great scenic views and a picnic area with a grill. Families and young children can enjoy the playground and fitness trails throughout most seasons. When parking, motorists should be aware that spots are located in the valley off of Sackett Avenue.
  • Bolich Middle School Park
    2630 13th St, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223
    An open grassy field for playing catch and a baseball field for leisure and team games are two features at Bolich MiddleMore School Park. A track is sandwiched between Bolich and the former Newberry Middle School. Inside the fenced-in track is a building for concessions and stands for parents, students and fans to watch their favorite Tiger participate in school athletic functions. 
  • Dewitt School Park
    425 Falls Ave, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221
    Enclosed by a metal fence behind DeWitt Elementary School, DeWitt School Park offers a space for recess andMore weekend leisure.  A jungle gym and swings are on site. Basketball courts are available for group activities.
  • Falls High School Park
    2300 4th St, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221
    Behind the home field of the Tigers at Cuyahoga Falls High School, students and visitors can practice their footballMore technique. An open field runs into the fence for Oakwood Cemetery, perfect for playing catch or flag football. Lighted tennis courts are also available behind the high school football field for student and public use. A picnic table is located nearby for rest or a quiet spot to enjoy snacks or a meal. Free parking is available after school hours in the free school parking lot, or visitors may park in the street. Falls High School Park is affiliated with the city Parks and Recreation Department. 
  • Galt Park
    2000 Oneida Ave, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221
    Surrounded by woods, Galt Park is tucked behind a residential neighborhood on Oneida Avenue. A lodge featuring a stoneMore fireplace and kitchen is available for rental use. All year, the lodge and park is the location for parties, anniversaries, wedding receptions and graduations. Visitors can enjoy playing a game of horseshoes and volleyball. Picnic tables are available.
  • Harrington Field
    2610 Oakwood Dr, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221
    Harrington Field offers baseball and softball teams and residents a location to play ball. The field, located off ofMore Oakwood Drive, features two dugouts and a fenced-in diamond. Parking on the weekends is available at the Summit ESC or along the street.
  • High Bridge Glens Park
    1817 Front St, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221
    Boasting a scenic view of the Cuyahoga River from a top a wooden bridge and ramps, the High Bridge Glens Park is newestMore addition to the city's parks. Tucked behind the Sheraton Suites Hotel, off of Front Street, the park also features a pavilion for visitors to host guests. The city was presented with the Ohio 2010 Scenic Ohio Award for the creation of this park, which used to be the location for picnic areas, dancing pavilions and river exploration. The original park opened back in the late 1800's.
  • Indian Mountain Park
    1552 Bailey Rd, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221

    Indian Mountain Park is a popular park for basketball and swimming in the summer and sledding in theMore winter. 

    This park features a playground with a jungle gym, slides and swings. A public restroom is maintained by the Parks and Recreation Department. Free parking for visitors can be found off of Bailey Road, but spots are limited. 

    A hill on the left side of the park is a common spot for families and children to enjoy sledding. The basketball court is lighted for those who want to practice their game after dark. 

  • Kennedy Park
    2100 Issaquah St, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221

    Across the street from Water Works Family Aquatics Center is Kennedy Park. A long grassy portion of property meetsMore the park's official sign off of Munroe Falls Avenue. Motorists can take the entrance roadway all the way back to the playground, where there is free parking for visitors. The park is also used by Schnee Learning Center during school day recess breaks.

    Basketball courts, a soccer field, a jungle gym, climbing equipment and swings are all part of the outdoor experience at this park. Restrooms are available and open to the public. For those who want to spend time outdoors, hiking trails are nearby for walking and exercising. 

  • Keyser Park
    851 W Bath Rd, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223
    Located off of Northampton Road, Keyser Park has tennis and basketball courts, a trail, playground and pavilion.
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