Parks & Places
Stow is blessed with an abundance of beautiful parks, for residents to enjoy throughout the year. 410 acres of parkland include 6 neighborhood parks and 4 community parks with amenities including:
- Soccer fields
- Open play areas
- Baseball fields
- Tennis courts
- Basketball courts
- Dog park
- Skate park
- Bike and hike trails
- Picnic areas
- Fishing lake
- Rental shelters
- Rental facilities
View the photo gallery of Adell Durbin Park.
See images of Crestdale Park.
Access photos of Heather Hills Park.
Browse photos of Meadowbrook Lake Park.
An open play field is maintained for pick-up team sports, volleyball, kite flying or Summer activities. Picnic tables and modular play equipment is also available. The park site is 2.5 acres on Charring Cross Drive.
Discover images of Oregon Trail Park.
This neighborhood park is located in the Partridge Highlands development off Fishcreek Road. Two sites, one located north (10 acres) and one south (4 acres) off of Wexford Boulevard, provide open play areas and hiking
A 1.25 acre park site is located at the corner of Dresher Trail and Forest Hill in the Sherwood Acres Development. The site contains a cluster of play equipment and an open play area.
The park is popular for the S.O.A.R. Boundless Playground for children of all abilities. When visiting the park, you will also find Bow Wow Beach, the City’s Dog Park (click here for more information about Bow Wow Beach); lit tennis and basketball courts, baseball and softball fields, outdoor shelters available for rental, and vast hiking and cross country trails.
Silver Springs Campground is owned by the City of Stow, and operated by the Parks and Recreation Department since 1976.
This 5 acre park is a beautiful shaded tree-covered parcel located on Park Drive off of State Route 59 (Kent Road). The park is ideal for walking, resting, or open play for youngsters. It primarily serves the neighborhood residents in the southwest section of the City.