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Parks & Recreation
3637 Center Road
Brunswick Ohio 44212

330-273-8000

John Piepsny
Parks & Recreation Director
jpiepsny@brunswick.oh.us

A community park is a larger site, 15-100 acres in size, serving the entire community with both active and passive use. Amenities may include athletic fields, play equipment, tennis courts, basketball courts, walking trails, picnic areas and pavilions as well as undeveloped natural areas. The following parks fall into this category:

  • Dog park
  • Heritage Farm
  • Hopkins
  • Mooney
  • Neura
  • North
  • Brunswick Lake/Nature Center
  • Dog park
  • Heritage Farm
  • Hopkins
  • Mooney
  • Neura
  • North
  • Brunswick Lake/Nature Center

A neighborhood park is typically smaller, 3-10 acres in size, and found within a residential neighborhood. These sites serve a .5-1 mile radius and the amenities are similar to those found in a community park. These parks include:

  • Boston Knolls
  • Bridgeport
  • James
  • Pepperwood
  • Pumpkin Ridge
  • Rolling Hills
  • Shenandoah
  • Venus
  • Wolff
  • Boston Knolls
  • Bridgeport
  • James
  • Pepperwood
  • Pumpkin Ridge
  • Rolling Hills
  • Shenandoah
  • Venus
  • Wolff

The final category is undeveloped open space, which is land dedicated to remaining mostly undeveloped:

  • Huntington Circle
  • Eisenhower Park
  • Water tower
  • Huntington Circle
  • Eisenhower Park
  • Water tower