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Parks & Pavilions
The City of Tallmadge has a number of fine city parks throughout the community. Our parks/open spaces offer residents a variety of active and passive recreational opportunities. We encourage you to visit and use our many facilities and enjoy our city park system. Many of our parks have open-air pavilions with electric hookup and seating capabilities from 70-120 people. For more information in renting pavilions or facilities, please go to our Rentals section.
To view our park rules, click here.
The Freedom Trail travels 4.2 miles between the Middlebury Lot to Tallmadge Circle.
Jaycee Howe Road Park
This 32-acre park features one softball field, playground equipment, and an open-air pavilion.
Kent Drive Park
This 4-acre park is located at the corner of Kent and Overdale Drives.
There are 2 access roads to this park -West Garwood Drive (off North Avenue) and Northeast Avenue.
Maca Park is a 65+ acre park that has a public swimming pool, 3 open-air pavilions, baseball field, and a beautiful playground unit.
Mack Burleson Baseball Complex
The Mack Burleson Baseball Complex features a lighted, world class ball field.
This beautiful 14-acre park is located right off the Tallmadge Circle on Southwest Avenue.
North Avenue Soccer Complex
The North Avenue Soccer Complex has three full-size and three junior-size fields can accommodate soccer enthusiasts of all ages and all levels of play.
Tallmadge Circle Park
When you think of the City of Tallmadge, the one image that comes to mind first is our beautiful Tallmadge Circle Park. This 4.5-acre park is truly a special place.
Tallmadge Meadows Area
Metro Parks Serving Summit County maintains the Tallmadge Meadows area of Munroe Falls Metro Park. Two trails (Meadow Loop and Meadow Trail) pass through the former County Home acreage acquired by Metro Parks in 2007.
Washburn / Indian Hills Park
This attractive 5.5-acre neighborhood park has access from both Maca and Indian Hills Drives.