Tiffin City Parks

Tiffin is home to 13 parks throughout the area, all maintained by the Park and Recreation Department. There is approximately 200 acres of public parkland, creating thirteen unique parks that include natural features, landscape, facilities and opportunities for recreation. Whether you are looking for a great place to play a game or a quiet place to sit and enjoy, Tiffin’s parks will provide just that. Apple Jack Park takes its name from its location at the intersection of Apple and Jackson Streets. This 3.25 acre park was used as a Junior High School football field until 1972 when it became a Tiffin city park. The park holds playground equipment, one ball field, a small picnic shelter, a basketball court and a multipurpose football/soccer field. All park features are on a first come, first use basis. Beechwood Park, located at Ashwood and Beechwood Drives, is a great place for a family picnic. This one acre park has playground equipment (made possible through the Tiffin Charitable Fund), picnic tables and a shelter (made possible through Tiffin Moose.) Highland Park has a ball field, basketball courts, soccer fields, two picnic shelters, and a skate park in 18 acres. Highland Park is home of Bo Reid Field and the Tiffin Bark Park. It is located at North Washington Street and Eighth Avenue. Josiah Hedges Park, behind Calvert High School off Schonhardt Street was originally a cemetery before the graves were moved to Greenlawn Cemetery in 1915. Once a place where children were not allowed to play is not a pretty shaded playground and picnic spot. This three acre park has playground equipment and a picnic area. Junior Home Park, at the intersection of Huss Street and River Road, is a 2.25 acre park great for a picnic event! It has two picnic shelters, a drinking fountain and river access. Kernan Park is bounded by Ohio Avenue, Riverside Drive and Industrial Avenue. Once home to an orphanage, this historic 14 acres of land now holds two ball fields, a volleyball court, playground equipment and a roller blade hockey court. Louisa K. Fast Park was used by the government for grain storage during World War II. Now Louisa K. Fast Park, the 2.3 acres of open green space open to the public. It is located just east of city limits on State Route 101. Nature Trails Park is 11 acres located off East Davis Street on the Bank of the Sandusky River. With a picnic shelter, river access and playground equipment, this park is perfect for the whole family. Oakley Park is a six acre, neighborhood park located enclosed by Park, Grand and 6th Avenues. The park has two ball diamonds, a walking trail, basketball courts, two shelters with grills and playground equipment Riverview Park is a neighborhood park tucked away behind houses. Its entrance is located at Glenwood and Longfellow Avenues. The 3.5 acres hold a basketball court, playground equipment and one small picnic shelter. Schekelhoff Park promises a view with a 1/2 mile paved trail along the Sandusky River. This park has observational areas, picnic tables and benches along the trail. Schekelhoff Park joins up with the Clinton Nature Preserve so you can enjoy additional trails. Stalter Park is a 1/2 acre triangular acre of land located at the intersection of Ohio and Clinton Avenues. The spot has picnic tables perfect for a summer picnic. Hedges-Boyer Park is Tiffin’s community park. The park’s physical address is located at 491 Coe St. in Tiffin and consists of 78 acres of parkland with a creek running through it. Please report park maintenance concerns such as non-working lights, overflowing trash barrels or safety issues by calling 419-448-5408 between 7:00 am and 3:00 pm. Please report park vandalism or destruction of property to the City of Tiffin Police Department at 419-447-2323. Thank you and enjoy! [gallery ids="https://tiffinseneca.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/oakley.gif|,https://tiffinseneca.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/pool.jpg|,https://tiffinseneca.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/hedges-boyer.jpg|,https://tiffinseneca.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/beechwood.jpg|,https://tiffinseneca.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/apple-jack-park.jpg|OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA" type="rectangular"]
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