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The Ashland County Park District (ACPD) is currently composed of 16 parks. Each park offers a unique experience and features distinct characteristics such as spring-fed ponds, old-growth forest, endangered plant species and vernal pools. In addition, the parks support a variety of recreational activities including hiking, bird-watching, canoeing, dog-walking and hunting.

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Park Locations: Click here a map of all park locations. Trail maps are posted on each park’s webpage. 

Events & News: Click here for news and information on park events. Of special note is the 2014 Fall Hiking Spree. In addition, the ACPD recently lost a Commissioner and good friend, Sam Weyrick. Please join us in remembering his friendship and service on Friday, September 19, at 5pm at the Ashland Fire Company Nature Center. 

Pet-Friendly Parks: All parks are pet-friendly EXCEPT Crall Woods. Dogs are required to be on leash at all times. Please respect others by supervising pets and picking up waste.

Hunting: Click here for an overview of hunting and fishing activities in the parks. NOTE: When using parks during hunting season, please check park kiosks or our website as some closures do occur for public safety. 

Fishing: Fishing in all fishing parks is now catch-and-release ONLY.

Reserve a Park Venue: Host a wedding, graduation party or community event at a park with event facilities, including the Century Barn at Pine Hill/Sauers Farm and the Fire Cabin. For more information or to reserve a date, contact Karen Leonetti at 330.590.0721.

Please Note: If you are looking for Ashland City Parks, click here. If you are looking for Corner Park (county-owned), click here.

 Mission Statement

The ACPD’s mission is to conserve natural areas of forest, woodland, farm and field for the enjoyment of the people and to promote multiple uses for these areas including hiking, walking, biking, hunting, fishing, bird watching and other outdoor pursuits. The ACPD shall, as part of this mission, enhance opportunities for the people to study nature and their rural agricultural heritage. 

ACPD Commissioners: Robert DeSanto, Tom Kruse & Sam Weyrick

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