Bath Baseball Park
In 1998, Bath Township acquired 26.5 acres for the Bath Baseball Park.
The trailhead connects the Metro Parks Kniss Conservation Area of Richfield from the north to Firestone Trace on the south and east side.
Baseball Park amenities:
Eight fields, restrooms, picnic area, playground, and parking are complete.
7:00 AM - DUSK
April 1st through October 31st
Prior permission must be obtained for regulation use of any of the baseball diamonds.
A schedule shall be submitted, along with a copy of the team or club's insurance, prior to playing on the fields.
Submission of this information and requests can be made by contacting the Bath Park Director at 330.666.4007.
OPRA Park Award 2005
Bath Community Park
The Bath Community Park is Bath's oldest park. It was founded in 1968 and is located at 1615 North Cleveland-Massillon Road.
This 41-acre park is diverse in use by nature and recreational purposes.
Bath Community Park amenities:
Several picnic areas throughout the park- including the "Lookout Picnic Grove"
Four (4) tennis courts
Two (2) 180' x 330' soccer fields
Two (2) volleyball courts
Two (2) regulation sized horseshoe pit courts
One (1) basketball court
One (1) football/lacrosse/rugby field (measuring 160' x 360')
Twelve (12) acres of heavily wooded land with a figure eight trail for hiking and walking. The park has a connecting trail from east to west.
Bath Community Park Map
Summer Tennis Lessons
Bath Community Park
For more information, contact:
Towpath Tennis Center
Plant Care and Butterfly/Caterpillar Identification
Garden Layout Map: Butterfly-Hummingbird Garden
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Bath Hill Park
This 16-acre parcel known as Bath Hill Park can be accessed from Revere Road.
Bath Hill Park amenities:
This park has two (2) tennis courts, a half basketball court, activity field, playground, picnic area, restrooms and parking.
Additional plans include landscaping and a perimeter walk.
Bath Nature Preserve
In 1997 and 1998, the 404-acre Bath Nature Preserve was purchased. This parcel of land consists of several environmental habitats--wetlands, woodlands, riparian, and old-field habitats. The trailhead was completed in July 2001. Sensitive and unique areas are protected by limiting intervention and access to maintain the ecological integrity of the wetlands and woodlands. The prairie, scrub/shrub, wetland meadows and forest require active management to re-establish integrity and health.
The Bath Nature Preserve has an entrance on Hickory Farm Lane at 4160 Ira Road. It provides parking for twenty cars and six vehicles with horse trailers, a one-stall handicapped accessible restroom, hitching post, bike rack, information kiosk and picnic area.
Bath Nature Preserve Brochure Map
The multi-use North Fork Trail (hike and bike) provides access to the public in a way that allows for an experience of varied habitat and terrain while protecting the sensitive and unique areas. This trail not only provides daily access, but also provides an educational experience. There are also nature and equestrian trails.
Nature Trail Guide and Info
The University of Akron and Bath Township Field Station
Currently, the township has an agreement with the University of Akron for them to use the property for research and study.
For more information on The University of Akron and Bath Township Field Station, click here.
Summit County Astronomy Club Observatory
The Observatory is managed by the Summit County Astronomy Club.
To view the Observatory hours and events, click here.
Grants / Awards / Projects
Garden Bowl Restoration - 319 Grant
OPRA Park Award 2006
2009 Bath Creek Restoration Project and Celebration