Karohl Park

Karohl Park
2940 Hohl Drive
Beavercreek, Ohio 45431
Karohl Park webpage

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Karohl Park
Coordinates: 39.7411976, -84.0414963
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Tips for birding Karohl Park
Most of the park used to be a horse pasture and this year they have added frisbee hoops for frisbee golf players. There is a large barn and a portable toilet facility at the park.

This is a great place for observing American Woodcocks in the spring as they have returned here for many years in the early spring. The best place to see them is just after dark in the outer-most field closest to the water tower.

The entrance to the park is clearly marked and easy to find. Hohl Drive in Beavercreek leads right to it.
From Rick Lehurs

About Karohl Park
Karohl Park is located at 2940 Hohl Drive, just off Hanes Road in Beavercreek, as a green oasis in the midst of a suburban neighborhood. The 29-acre park is home to a historic farmstead and features a disc golf course that opened in 2016. The 18-hole course will be open year-round from sunrise to sunset. Both youth camps and adult tournaments are held for disc golf enthusiasts at this park.

Karohl Park is managed by Greene County Parks and Trails.
From Karohl Park webpage

Restrooms on site, portable toilets.