Wood County Park grounds are open 365 days a year from 8:00 am until sunset. With 20 parks and over 1,1250 acres, many opportunities in nature await.
Explore the remnants of our natural heritage where wildlife can find refuge and people can get a feel for their natural world and explore the Black Swamp woods.
Experience the floodplains and meadows. Delight in the beautiful oak savannas and prairies and discover your Wood County Park District’s preserves and parks.
Adam Phillips Pond | Baldwin Woods Preserve | Beaver Creek Preserve | Black Swamp Preserve
Bradner Preserve | Buttonwood/Betty C. Black Recreation Area | Carter Historic Farm
Cedar Creeks Preserve | Cricket Frog Cove | Fuller Preserve | Otsego Park
Park District Headquarters | J.C. Reuthinger Memorial Preserve | Rudolph Savanna Area
Sawyer Quarry Nature Preserve | Slippery Elm Trail | W.W. Knight Nature Preserve
William Henry Harrison Park | Wood County Historical Center & Museum