Packard Park

Packard Park
Mahoning Avenue Northwest
Warren, Ohio 44483
City of Warren Parks and Recreation webpage

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Coordinates: 41.2504105, -80.8318055
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Packard Park provides views of the Mahoning River.

About Packard Park
In 1911, William Doud Packard added “Philanthropist” to his role as an industrialist and community leader in his hometown of Warren. When a state selection committee chose a Kent, Ohio site for a state normal school (later known as Kent State University) over the Kinsman Farm site in Warren, Packard purchased the Mahoning Avenue location and donated the property to the City to be a public park. Packard Park was officially dedicated on Monday, July 5, 1915. Over the remaining years of his life, W.D. Packard took personal interest in the further development of the park. A closed Shelter House with a natural Amphitheatre was the perfect setting for outdoor summer concerts.
From City of Warren Parks and Recreation webpage

Restroom on site.