The Ashland County Park District (ACPD) is currently composed of 16 parks—each has natural features that make it distinct—including old-growth forest, native grassland, restored wetlands and spring-fed ponds. There are also miles of hiking trails, playgrounds, fishing ponds, bird-observation decks, river access for canoeing, and even a vintage cider press stored in a historic barn, all of which make these parks truly part of Ashland County.

Events & News:

– Check out upcoming events on our calendar.

– The ACPD will soon be welcoming its 17th park – Tupelo Bottoms. For more information, please contact John Storch at 419.560.8656.

– Check out our newest event space – Cooke Cabin & Retreat Center

– Watch our new ACPD video short.

– Learn more about the Walk for Wellness Challenge (with Kingston of Ashland).

– Try the Ashland City Bike Route.

– Show your support! ACPD T-shirts are now available!

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