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Spring House Park
The City of Beavercreek is excited to share the name of its newest and largest park. After receiving nearly 250 name submissions from the community, the 148-acre park will be called Spring House Park.
The new name was voted on by Beavercreek City Council at their regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, February 27, 2023. The name Spring House Park recognizes a natural spring and spring house on the property.
Read more about the park's naming process.
About the park
At 148-acres, Spring House Park located along Grange Hall Road, between Patterson and Shakertown Roads, and is now the City of Beavercreek’s largest park. It's more than twice the size of 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.
Parks staff are working with Brandstetter Carroll Inc. to design a master plan for Spring House Park to create a guide for the planning and development of the new park. The process has included gathering community input, through online surveys (received more than 2,000 submissions) and public forums (hosted two open houses), 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.
Spring House Park’s master plan will be presented to Beavercreek City Council in late spring or early summer 2023.
For additional questions, contact the city's Parks, Recreation & Culture Division by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (937) 427-5514.