City of Reynoldsburg provides quality environment
through its parks & recreational facilities by paying
careful attention to the needs of its residents and
Two of the most
popular parks include:
Kennedy Park at 7232 East Main Street. The park
has ball diamonds,
shuffle board courts, playground equipment and a
gazebo with picnic tables, restroom facilities,
bike path, horse shoe pits, four lighted tennis
courts and the very popular skate park.
The Blacklick Woods Metropolitan Park draws
people from all over Ohio who enjoy its 632
acres of recreational facilities that include a
36 hole golf course (both
a championship and an executive course),
nature preserve & viewing area, four miles of
marked trails, a four
mile jogging & bike
path, playgrounds and extensive
picnic facilities complete with shelters.
In the winter, sledding and supervised
ice skating are available.
The two smallest parks, Rodebaugh Park and
House Park, provide playground equipment and plenty of open space in
pleasant country settings. Picnic tables are scattered throughout the delightful grounds
of Livingston House.
has ball diamonds, basketball and tennis courts,
playground equipment, Senior Center and a gazebo with picnic tables. A blacktopped 1.2
mile-long scenic walkway/bikeway connects it to Kennedy Park, one north, one south of Main Street
west of Blacklick Creek.
Civic Park, off North Lancaster Avenue, west
on Daugherty Drive, is the newest city park. Still under development, it is used for youth
league games, with a sports complex. Basketball courts are available. The famous annual
Tomato Festival is held here.
Pine Quarry Park is but a step east of the
city, with extensive pine woodlands, French Run and its beautiful bridge, the
picturesquely rocky gorge of last century's limestone quarry, and walking paths throughout
for your contemplative enjoyment.
The fieldhouse, part of the high school complex at 6699 East Livingston
Avenue, is open for membership to eligible students, adults, and seniors in the
Reynoldsburg City School District. There are basketball and volleyball courts and a
four-lane track for runners, joggers and walkers. Membership to the fieldhouse is $30 per
year for adults, $5 for students and senior citizens. It is open every day: 6:00 to 7:30
A.M. and 7:30 to 10:30 P.M. on Mondays through Fridays, 4:00 to 8:00 P.M. on Saturdays,
and 2:00 to 6:00 P.M. on Sundays. The fieldhouse is closed June through August.