3864 W. Bath Road, Akron OH 44333
What is Oak Wilt?
Oak Wilt is an aggressive, tree-killing disease of Oaks. It affects Oaks in a manner similar to how Dutch Elm disease affects Elms. The fungus enters the water-conducting vessels of the sapwood through fresh wounds or though roots connecting healthy and diseased trees.
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University of Akron Field Station
The University of Akron outreach walks start at the Bath Nature Preserve Trailhead, or at the University of Akron Field Station, both located at 4160 Ira Road unless otherwise noted.
330-972-5122 UA Office
330-666-2919 Field Station
Visit University of Akron Field Station's Website for Upcoming Events
Summit County Astronomy Group events
Living With Nature:
For your convenience, tennis nets are left up throughout the winter months - one at Bath Hill Park and two at the Bath Community Park.
In order to satisfy all requests for the park pavilions and to maintain excellent condition of our Parks, certain policies and procedures have been established by the Bath Township Board of Trustees.
Click on the link below and you can read these rules and regulations.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the Park Director,
Alan Garner (email@example.com) or the Township Trustee Liaison for the Parks at 330-666-4007.
Rules and Regulations of the Bath Township Park System
To reserve one of the park shelters or picnic areas, please call the administration office at
330-666-4007. There is a $50 refundable deposit required. Non-residents are required to pay an additional $25 non-refundable rental fee