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Dominick Lofino Park

Admission Fee

No Fee

Max Occupancy 200

Features

  1. Fishing
  2. Picnic Shelters
  3. Tennis Court
Directions
From I-675
  • Exit at Indian Ripple Road
  • Drive east one mile to Grange Hall Road for 1 mile north to the park
From Shakertown Road
  • Turn south on to Grange Hall Road for about 1 mile to the park
Park Amenities
This 36-acre park is located on Grange Hall Road, 1 mile north of Indian Ripple Road. It features a 7-acre lake, popular for fishing. A dock and small picnic shelter are across the dam. A series of trails go through the “north woods” and through the “south woods” of the park.

Four tennis courts, a large playground and sandbox, a picnic shelter for 150 people with grills, and a skate park enhance this park. Public restrooms are open April - October, dawn to dark. There is plenty of parking in the paved parking lot, shared with the Beavercreek YMCA. A spiral pathway near the tennis courts is fun for all.

The amphitheater overlooks the lake, and is the site of the city’s summer concert series. A wooden dock surrounds the amphitheater and is a great spot to fish.

The park also features a walking path.

History
Lofino Park was a gift of the Lofino Family.