New Park

Check out Beavercreek's newest park! New Park Land 1

The City of Beavercreek’s Parks, Recreation & Culture Division is creating a master plan for the city's new park located along Grange Hall Road, between Patterson and Shakertown Roads. The purpose of the master plan is to create a guide for the planning and development of the new park. This process includes gathering community input to ensure the new park meets the community's wants and needs. 

Through this project, Beavercreek Parks, Recreation & Culture staff is excited to continue its mission of delivering recreational experiences that enhance quality of life for our residents! The division's vision is to build a happy and healthy community by connecting people to quality parks, engaging programs, and unique events.

About the park

At 148-acres, the new park located along Grange Hall Road, between Patterson and Shakertown roads, will be the City of Beavercreek’s largest park. It's more than twice the size of the city’s current largest park, Rotary Park, which is 72 acres.

The city purchased the park land through a grant received by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and park fees, money the city collected from Beavercreek developments that did not dedicate land for a city park.

In 2019, the city conducted a community survey and asked residents about the city’s parks. Sixty percent of households reported “a need for large community parks.” A high percentage of residents also indicated they wanted to see more trail systems and open spaces in Beavercreek. 

For additional questions, contact the city's Parks, Recreation & Culture Division by emailing parks@beavercreekohio.gov or calling (937) 427-5514.

Public Input

Thank you to everyone who took the time to provide input on the new park through our online survey. We received more than 2,000 submissions! Our team is now in the process of analyzing the data to design new park concepts based on feedback. 

Park Name

Thank you to everyone who submitted a name for the new park! The city received nearly 250 submissions! Next, parks staff will review all of the name submissions to make sure they align with the city’s park naming policy and present them to the city's Parks, Recreation & Culture Advisory Board. The board will then present no more than four nominations to the city manager. City council will make the final decision on the name.