Parks & Recreation
The City of Springboro operates and maintains 7 recreational parks and over 400 acres of open space:
195 Tamarack Trail
North Park is located on Tamarack Trail and has 2 lighted tennis/pickleball courts, 3 soccer/LAX fields,1 shelter, 1 basketball court, 1 playground area, a concession stand, .89 mile walking trail and offers a summer concert series and theatre under the stars at the North Park Amphitheater.
Total acreage of park: 39 acres
666 West Market Street
Located on Market Street, Community Park has 2 lighted tennis courts, 2 basketball courts, 2 baseball fields, 2 playground areas, 3 shelter houses, 1 concession stand and 2 equipment buildings. Total acreage of park: 18 acres
3500 Lower Springboro Road
Located on Lower Springboro Road, Clearcreek Park offers 10 soccer fields, 8 baseball/softball diamonds, 2 football/soccer/LAX fields, 1 shelter, 2 playgrounds, 1.3 mile paved walking trail and a concession stand with shelter.
Total acreage of park: 137.5 acres
E. Milo Beck
Lower Springboro Road
Located on Lower Springboro Road at the terminus of Pioneer Blvd., E. Milo Beck is a passive park with an overlook area and walking trails.
Total acerage of park: 85 acres
Village Park Boulevard
Located on Village Park Blvd., behind the Village Park Development on North Main Street, Gardner Park offers a .35 mile paved walking trail and pond.
Total acreage of park: 16 acres
Hazel Woods Park
Lower Springboro Road
Located southwest from Clearcreek Park is the City's newest park. The master plan for Hazel Woods Park calls for a dog park, 15 Soccer/LAX playing fields, playground, paved walking path, concession stand, restroom and picnic shelters. The park is scheduled to be developed in four annual phases, starting in Spring 2017.
Total Acerage of Park: 108 Acres
South Main Street
Located in the 300 block of South Main Street in the Historic District, Rotary Park offers nice landscaping, a gazebo and benches for sitting and enjoying the quaint downtown. Rotary Park was made possible through a collaboration between the City and the Rotary Club of Springboro.
Rotay Park also contains the City's newest concept - A SPARC and Go. SPARC stands for Springboro Area Recharging Center. Built as part of the City's Bike and Pedestrian Plan, the SPARC and Go acts as a rest station for bicylists as well as a recharging center during power outages or natural disasters.
North Park, Community Park, Clearcreek Park and Rotary Park (SPARC and Go) have portable or permanent restroom facilities.
For maintenance issues or questions within the parks, please contact Jon Brown, Park Maintenance Supervisor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. to discuss park projects and activities. This Board serves as an advisory board to the Parks and Recreation Department on related issues. For more information call 748-4343.