At the start of the summer, my kids (ages 7 and 5) and I decided we would visit a different park each week. Thankfully, there are so many wonderful options to choose from and we’ve thoroughly enjoyed exploring our surrounding communities in search of new playgrounds.
It’s been a fun tradition that I hope to keep up for years to come.
We recently made the trip to Hartville Memorial Park and had a great time! If you’ve never been to the park I highly suggest visiting soon.
All About Hartville Memorial Park
The park is located just behind Hartville/Lake Elementary School and is an ideal spot for families looking to get outside and enjoy some fresh air.
Young children will enjoy the playgrounds at the park. There are two different areas with play equipment. The largest is located near the center of the park and consists of a variety of slides, bridges, swings and climbing structures.
My kids loved the off center teeter totters.
There are also two shelters located at the park. Both can be reserved and would be a great location for a birthday party, family reunion, graduation celebration or any other big gathering.
For those that enjoy walking, there is a long paved walking / running path that winds around the park.
Hartville Memorial Park Playground Features & Amenities
- Large Parking Lot
- Picnic Tables located throughout the Park
- Open Air and Enclosed Shelters
- Plenty of Green Space and Shade
- Two Playgrounds
- Multiple Bridges & Climbing Structures
- Swing-sets (Regular and Infant)
- Multiple Slides
- Teeter totters
- Paved Walking Track (.7 mile)
- Outdoor Movies in the Park
Hartville Memorial Park
Located off Lincoln Street, behind the Hartville/Lake Elementary School
Have you been to Hartville Memorial Park before? If so, leave a comment and let us know what you like best about the park!
Danielle Weiler was born and raised in Northeast Ohio. She is the mother of two young children who strives to enjoy the simple things in life and hopes to encourage others to do the same. Learn more about the local attractions and kid friendly fun across Northeast Ohio at her website Northeast Ohio Family Fun.