Austintown Township Park
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About Austintown Township Park
The Township Park is comprised of natural areas including grasslands, forest, a streamside forest, ravines, Corll Meadows, and the one acre Yeager Pond with a wildlife observation deck.
Diverse habitats provide for a wide variety of wildlife and plants. The grasslands are nesting sites for several Ohio threatened bird species. The forests shelter a range of wildlife species including white-tailed deer, black rat snakes, barred owls, red fox, wild turkey and a variety of salamanders, frogs, and insects to name just a few. There are numerous recreational opportunities available year round.
From Austintown Township Park webpage
Restrooms on site.
There are 2 handicap accessible trails in Auntintown Township Park.