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Hilliard's Parks

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Alt Field is home to Hilliard’s original baseball field. The park also features a playground and tennis court.

Beacon Fields

Beacon Fields features a baseball field, basketball court, multipurpose path, playground and plenty of green space for public enjoyment

Britton Farms Park

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Located on Davidson Road, within the Britton Farms subdivision, Britton Farms Park offers multiple amenities to the public. You will find a fishing pond, multiuse paths, charcoal grills, picnic area and a “flight swing” designed to be enjoyed by children and adults.

Conklin Park

Conklin Park features a playground, picnic area and green space.

Cross Creek Park

Cross Creek Park is easily accessible from Hilliard Rome Road. At this park, you will find football, lacrosse, soccer and cricket fields along with a green space.

Darby Glen Park

This neighborhood park features a playground, shelter house, walking path, green space and grills.

Father Rodric J. Dipietro Park

Father Rodric J. Dipietro Park boasts baseball and soccer fields along with green space, public grills and a shelter house with picnic tables.

First Responders Park

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The First Responders Park, in the center of Old Hilliard, memorializes those who died on 9/11 and pays tribute to the 403 First Responders who died making the ultimate sacrifice for their community. In 2010, a delegation of 20 individuals representing the City of Hilliard, Hilliard Police Department, The Norwich Township Fire Department, and the Hilliard community made the two day round-trip from Hilliard to New York City to escort home seven tons of steel from the World Trade Center.

This memorial features granite walls inscribed with the names of those who lost their lives, a reflecting pool, personalized pavers, a monument honoring fallen officers, and a metal sculpture made from the steel of the World Trade Center.

The park serves as a gathering place for somber reflection during an annual memorial service hosted by the city on the anniversaries of 9/11.

The First Responders Park is a place of reflection and remembrance. Every year we hold services to honor those lost in the line of service. You can learn more about these annual events here.

Hamilton Park

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Hamilton Park offers a baseball field, green space, picnic area, and playground.

Hayden Run Village

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This neighborhood park received a new playground in 2019 and features a fishing pond, green space, and shelter house with picnic area.

Heather Ridge Park

Located within the Heather Ridge subdivision, this park offers residents a playground, picnic area, and green space.

Hilliard East Park

Hilliard’s East Park is a spacious park with plenty of green space and a playground and adaptive swing to play on. A picnic area and shelter house are available for residents to enjoy.

Clyde “Butch” Seidle Community Pool

Clyde “Butch” Seidle Community Pool (CBSCP) is located at Hilliard East Park and has restrooms available. The newly renovated pool features a bath house, concession stand, and a shaded area. There is a main pool with a 14-foot water slide and an interactive spray pad. You can learn more about our pools here.


4450 Schirtzinger Road
Hilliard, OH 43026
(614) 334-4024

Hilliard's Station Park

Hilliard station park

With splash fountains, outdoor café tables, an amphitheater and public restrooms, Hilliard’s Station Park is the perfect location for community events. Check out the events calendar for upcoming activities in Downtown Hilliard.


Located at the beginning of the seven-mile Heritage Trail, Hilliard’s Station Park marks the location of an old railroad station and Hilliard’s original town square. The park boasts distinctive architectural qualities that reflect its rich history in the community.


With splash fountains, outdoor café tables, an amphitheater and public restrooms, Hilliard’s Station Park is the perfect location for community events.

Rental fees for Hilliard’s Station Park include 5 round tables and 40 chairs. The building does not come equipped with running water/sink area, refrigerator/freezer, or air conditioning. The glass garage style doors do open if you wish to do so. The staff is not responsible to restrict the public from entering your event space.

You can learn about renting a facility here.

Rental FeesHourly Rate


3800 Veterans Memorial Drive
Hilliard, OH 43026
(614) 876-5200


Mid-May – August: 9 a.m. – 10 p.m. daily
September: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. daily
Splash pad closes for the season October 1

Heritage Trail Dog Park

The Heritage Trail Dog Park is open to all dogs and their owners who are 12 and older. The park is split into two sections – one for large dogs and one for small breeds. Park goers will find a shelter house with picnic tables, doggie splash pad, obstacle course equipment and plenty of room to play. The park is a joint project between the City of Hilliard and Columbus and Franklin County Metro parks. It is located at the Rails to Trails trailhead at Hayden Run Road.

HOSA Soccer Complex

The Hilliard Ohio Soccer Association Complex is home to 24 soccer fields and numerous soccer tournaments every year.

Lakewood Park

Lakewood Park resides within the Lakewood subdivision and offers green space and a walking path.

Latham Park

Latham park

Latham Park is the perfect place to go and enjoy the outdoors. With plenty of green space, a walking path, and even a fishing pond, you can spend the day out in nature.

Merchant Park

Merchant Park is located near the current trailhead of the Heritage Rail Trail, where the community’s first trail depot once stood. Dedicated in 2021, the park honors the first black family believed to have settled in what is now the City of Hilliard. Merchant Park boasts local art, a gazebo, pond views, and green space.

Mildred Park

Mildred Park was donated to the City of Hilliard by Ted and Charles Smith in 2016. Located along Britton Parkway near Mount Carmel, this park features statues that depict life in the early 1900s, which include a young girl named Mildred, her dog, and horse.

Reibel Woods

Reibel Woods offers a scenic nature trail with walking path and picnic area. Take a stroll along the river and be on the lookout for local wildlife that call this park home.

Roger A. Reynolds Municipal Park

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With 130 acres of amenities, Roger A. Reynolds Municipal Park is Hilliard’s premier park. The park is home to Hilliard’s largest pool, Hilliard Family Aquatic Center, which features a leisure pool, lap pool, slide pool with two slides, lazy river, interactive children’s pool and more. Hilliard’s newest playground also resides at Municipal Park, which features a soft rubber surface throughout, multiple styles of swings for all ages, an Omni climber with rope, benches, and inclusive equipment that can be used by children of all abilities.

Click here for more information on Roger A. Reynolds Municipal Park.

Scioto Run Nature Trail

Those who visit Scioto Run Nature Trail will find a wooded walking path along with a picnic area and benches to enjoy nature while still in the city.

Silverton Park

Silverton Park features a soccer field, walking path and green space.

Tinapple Park

Located within the Hyde Park subdivision, Tinapple Park features a multipurpose path, shelter house with picnic area and grills, playground, basketball court and green space.

Weaver Park

Weaver Park is home to Hilliard’s Historical Village. Here you can take a step back in time and learn what it was like to live during pioneer times. You can visit the museum, where antiques from yesteryears are donated by residents and displayed, or you can tour the village and learn about Hilliard’s rich history. With a shelter house and a picnic area, you can come and enjoy nature, while also learning a little bit about your hometown. The Historical Village is maintained by the Historical Society, which provides tours of the area. While the park is open to the public during normal park hours, the Historical Society provides tours during select hours. To learn more about their fees and the history of the park, please visit their website.

You can rent the church and their beautiful new gazebo for weddings, funerals, and special services. To get pricing and speak to someone about renting the venue, please contact the Historical Society at (614) 876-5880.

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