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Auburn Community Park
Coordinates: 41.393007, -81.277841
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About Auburn Community Park
Auburn Community Park provides opportunities for many kinds of passive and active recreation. To the north, an easy loop trail winds through a beautiful upland hardwood forest populated with majestic sugar maple, beech, black cherry, and shagbark hickory trees. To the south, a loop trail circumnavigates a large open field that is actively maintained for soccer and other sports activities. A mulched playground with swings and climbing equipment is also available in the field for family outings.
From Western Reserve Land Conservancy Parks and Preserves webpage

In 2005 the Board of Trustees purchased 67 acres (formerly known as the Cathan Farm) from Western Reserve Land Conservancy (WRLC) for the purpose of creating a community park.

This 67 acres is protected by a Conservation Easement which is divided into 2 categories: “Natural Area” (passive park) and “Open Field Area” (active park). The agreement between WRLC and Auburn Township is a perfect fit. Much needed sports fields, a playground, parking lot and concession stand is planned for the active park and walking trails for the passive park area.
From Auburn Community Park webpage

Restroom on site.