Rootstown Community Park
Rootstown Community Park is located at 4104 Case Ave., Rootstown Ohio. The park opens on April 1 and closes for the season on October 31. Park hours are from 8am to dusk. Please read the park rules and regulations to ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable time at the township park. Currently on the 36 acre property are the following amenities:
2 acre stocked lake - Only catch and release fishing is allowed on the lake. No swimming is allowed at any time on the lake.
3 picnic pavilions - Currently there are 3 picnic pavilions with picnic tables and grills. To reserve a pavilion (Rootstown residents only), call (330) 325-9341. At this time there is a cost of $25 to reserve a pavilion and you are required to clean the pavilion area of your trash and belongings upon your departure. We strongly suggest that if you want to use a pavilion in the summer months during the weekend, that you make a reservation, as they are generally booking early for the summer.
Playground Area - The playground area features swings for young and old, and a playground structure. There are benches around the area for parents to sit and watch their children play.
Walking Trail - There is a walking trail that runs through the woods at the rear of playground, and extends around the lake. Future plans are to extend the walking trail to various other areas of the park.
The Park Commission serves as an advisory board, appointed by the Township Trustees to provide recommendations for the community park. Their meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of the month, at 6 P.M. at the Town Hall.
Park Commission Mission Statement
The mission of the Rootstown Parks Commission is to gather information and make recommendations to the township trustees regarding the park facilities in Rootstown. The purpose of these recommendations is to enhance the quality of life by providing safe, well-maintained parks that strengthen the bonds of our community.
Past Park Commission Meeting Minutes
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