Raynor Park is located in the middle of Park Layne, with access from Fyffe Dr. With 27 acres, it is home to 5 soccer fields and Tecumseh Area Youth Soccer Association. Hensley Field, home field for the Wee Arrows youth football team and Ohio Crush adult league team, is also located in this park. There are basketball courts, playground equipment, a shelter house, a large parking area, and a natural wooded area on the west side of the creek. Additional sports practice fields are located across the street on the site of the old Park Layne elementary school, which is leased and maintained by the township.
Styer Park on Gerlaugh Rd. is the home of Medlake youth baseball and has five ball fields. There is also a walking track for community use.
The building at Styer Park is avaiable to rent for your special event. It has a capacity for 150 people and rents for $250 per day plus a refundable $100 security deposit. Check availability for additional details and rental schedule, then call 937-849-9499 ext. 1 to reserve. Print rental agreement if you wish to bring the completed form in with you.
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Donnelsville Park on N. Hampton Rd. is the home of Donnelsville youth baseball. There are two ball fields here, playground equipment, and a picnic pavilion. The picnic pavilion cannot be reserved but may be used on a first come basis or with a cabin rental if not already in use.
The Donnelsville Cabin may be rented for $125 per day and has a capacity of 75 people. Check availability for rental reservations, then call 937-849-9499 ext. 1 for scheduling. Print rental agreement if you wish to bring the completed form in with you.
Medway Park is located next to the traffic light in the heart of Medway. Informational kiosks with history of the area are located here, and there is walking access from this park to the Estel Wenrick Wetlands, a large county nature preserve. The Medway Area Historical Society installed a bench in memory of early families, and to recognize local supporters of historical preservation in the area.
Crystal Lakes Park
Crystal Lakes Park is located at the corner of Lake and Forest roads. The park welcomes you into this historic community, which was established in the 1920's as a summer resort area on Crystal Lakes. Now a community of permanent residents, optional membership in the Crystal Lakes Property Owners Association grants access for swimming, fishing, and use of the club house. Residents of other areas may also join.