Parks in the Village of Minerva
So much room for fun and relaxation
Minerva Village Parks
Five public parks are located in the Village of Minerva, providing recreational opportunities and gathering places for residents and visitors.
Located on Murray Avenue, Bicentennial Park offers playground equipment, sand volleyball, basketball & tennis courts, a rubberized walking track, and baseball fields. Three pavilions are available for rent. For pavilion rental information call 330-868-7705 ext. 106.
This small pocket-park, located at the corner of Main & W. Line streets, features a gazebo for reading and relaxation.
Often referred to as Brock Park, the historic Municipal Park is located on Brock Avenue, about a block from U.S. Route 30. Courts for tennis, basketball & volleyball are available in Municipal Park, as well as playground equipment, skate park and baseball field. Five pavilions are available for rent. For information on pavilion rental, call 330-868-7705 ext. 106.
Located on Grant Street, Rotary Park is ideal for small gatherings and Little League games.
Veterans Memorial Park
This small park, located on East Line Street, offers a serene setting for relaxation.
Because three counties converge in the Malvern-Minerva area, residents have access to a wide range of recreational facilities.
The Carroll County Park District
The Carroll County Park District is located at Bluebird Farm Park, 190 Alamo Road SE, Carrollton. Office hours are 8a.m. to 4p.m., Monday through Friday. For information about park locations and facilities, visit the website at ccparkdistrict.org or call 330-627-8046.
The Columbiana County Park District
The Columbiana County Park District includes Scenic Vista Park, the 12-mile Greenway Bike Trail and the 750-acre Hellbender Bluff Park. Additional information is available at www.bicycletrail.com or by calling 330-424-9078.
State Parks, the Stark County Park District
State Parks, the Stark County Park District, oversees parks and trails through Stark County. The park district office is located at 5300 Tyner Street, NW, Canton. Information about locations and available facilities is available on the district’s website, www.starkparks.com, or by calling 330-477-3552.
The John T. Huston / Dr. John D. Brumbaugh Nature Center
Operated by the University of Mount Union, the Huston Brumbaugh Nature Center is a 141-acre nature preserve located on State Route 183, 6 miles south of Alliance. The center offers a pond, enclosed bird-viewing area, walking trails and a 4-mile wheelchair-accessible boardwalk. Trails, the Visitors Center and the Bird Observatory are free and open from dawn to dusk each day. The center also hosts workshops (which may include small fees for materials), demonstrations and guided tours. For additional information, contact the center at 330-823-1487.
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