Indian Mountain Park is a popular park for basketball and swimming in the summer and sledding in the…More 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.
Visitors can enjoy the heavily wooded grounds and wading pool in the summer at Oak Park.
A basketball court…More and baseball field are both open to the public for practice and leisure activities. Young children can play on the jungle gym and swings set as parents sit back on benches and picnic tables if needed.
Free parking and public restrooms are available and maintained by the Parks and Recreation Department.
Falls High School Park 2300 4th St, Cuyahoga Falls, OH44221 Behind the home field of the Tigers at Cuyahoga Falls High School, students and visitors can practice their football…More 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.
The Quirk Cultural Center, formerly known as Grant Elementary, is a renovated school turned rental facility…More maintained by the Cuyahoga Falls Parks And Recreation Department.
Advertised as the ideal place for meetings, dances, wedding receptions, and showers, the residents and non-residents, can rent the Quirk Cultural Center. The facility is air conditioned and has a kitchen that's available for renters.
Additionally, The Quirk Cultural Center houses the Newell Theatre with a raised stage, which is also available for rent. Reservations can be made through The Quirk Cultural Center or the Parks and Recreation Department. The facility can accommodate 150 to 250 guests at one time and the Newell Theatre is a addition available for rental use.
Residents and non-residents can sign up for dance class sessions for all ages. Ballroom dancing, known as Dance Fever, belly dancing and youth tumbling and dance classes are just some of the types of classes held at the Quirk Cultural Center.