Minerva Municipal Park

Minerva Municipal Park
Minerva, Ohio 44657
Minerva Parks webpage

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Minerva Municipal Park
Coordinates: 40.7334264, -81.0989442
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Tips for birding Minerva Municipal Park
The entire park is appropriate habitat for Yellow-throated Warblers in migration, as Sandy Creek runs right through the park and is lined by Sycamore Trees, a tree favored by the species. At one time these were called Sycamore Warblers. Sandy Creek continues on behind the high school and there are many Sycamores along its course.

The park is small and has easy to walk on paths and is completely flat. There is a McDonald’s just across US-30 from the park area.
From Jon Cefus

About Minerva Municipal Park
Often referred to as Brock Park, the historic Municipal Park is located on Brock Avenue, about a block from US-30. Courts for tennis, basketball, and volleyball are available in Municipal Park, as well as playground equipment, skate park, and baseball field.
From Minerva Parks webpage

Restrooms on site and at nearby businesses.