Copley Community Park
On May 15, 2020, Governor DeWine lifted the Stay Safe Ohio Order and replaced it with the Responsible RestartOhio program. This program allowed Baseball, Softball, and Batting Cages to reopen for play but set forth Mandatory guidelines and Recommended Best Practices to be followed to be in compliance. The Township Trustees reopened the sports fields at Copley Community Park and, in cooperation with the Copley Athletic Association (CAA), created rules based on the program guidelines for the teams and attendees. The pavilions have been opened and users must comply with the current Ohio Dept. of Health Responsible RestartOhio mandates and guidelines. The playgrounds have also been opened but users play at their own risk. Signs have been posted in both areas reminding users to stay safe. We appreciate your cooperation.
Copley Community Park is an 80-acre facility located at 3232 Copley Road about 3/4 mile east of Copley Circle. It was made possible with the donation of land from Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing (3M) to Copley Township and a grant from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources natureWORKS program. The park opened in 2003 and has become a favorite spot for visitors to enjoy the outdoors. It is open every day of the year from 7 am to dusk. There are three rentable pavilions that accommodate 80 people each, two baseball/softball fields, four soccer fields, two playground areas, a sled-riding hill, and an ice skating pond. There is over a mile of paved walking trails that wind through the grounds and a small length of the unpaved path that leads through the woods. The trails border wetland areas where visitors can see Mother Nature at work with all kinds of different flora and fauna and the retention pond is home to different aquatic animals and plants (no swimming or fishing please).
The playground is equipped with 2 swings for children with disabilities.
Northeast Ohio Family Fun has named Copley Community Park as one of the best 50 Playgrounds in Northeast Ohio.
Halloween in the Park - held the Saturday before Halloween that provides a safe Halloween experience for kids. There are light refreshments, a DJ, hayrides, pumpkin painting, and other fun activities and games to keep the kids busy. There is also a trick-or-treat trail so there is plenty of Halloween candy.
Winterfest Festival - held the last Saturday in January and is totally weather dependent. Some activities include an ice sculptor, dog sled demonstration, a scavenger hunt trail, ice skating, sled riding, bonfires to keep your toes warm and to roast marshmallows, and light refreshments.
If you haven’t visited the park yet you don’t know what you’re missing.