May 7, 2020

Additional Park Sites Reopen

On May 8, the following Medina County Park District locations will
reopen after being temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus

●       Green Leaf Park
●       Killbuck Lakes
●       Medina Marsh Nature Preserve
●       Plum Creek Park

Other sites that remain open:

●       Allardale
●       Brunswick Lake Park
●       Buckeye Woods Park
●       Chippewa Inlet Trail North
●       Chippewa Lake
●       Hubbard Valley Park
●       Lake Medina
●       Letha House Park East
●       Letha House Park West
●       Multipurpose Trails: Lester Rail Trail, Chippewa Inlet Trail, Chippewa
Rail Trail, and Montville Trail
●       River Styx Park
●       Schleman Nature Preserve

The following Medina County Park District locations are closed to the
public until further notice: Carolyn Ludwig Mugrage Park (including the
dog park), Princess Ledges Nature Preserve, Wolf Creek Environmental
Center, Alderfer-Oenslager Wildlife Sanctuary, Susan Hambley Nature
Center, and park district headquarters.

All programs and reservations are canceled through at least June 30. New
facility reservations for 2020 are not being accepted at this time.
Young Naturalist Camps and youth fishing camps have been canceled for
this summer. All playgrounds and drinking fountains remain closed.

The health and safety of visitors is Medina County Park District’s
number-one priority. To help avoid the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we
ask park visitors to:

●       Stay home if you feel ill.
●       Keep a six-foot distance between yourself and others.
●       Cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze or cough.

Visitors utilizing the park district’s open-air shelters must adhere to
public health orders issued by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and the Ohio
Department of Health that limit gatherings to fewer than 10 people. Park
district rangers will enforce these orders and require larger groups to

Decisions regarding the opening and closure of park sites are based on
continued developments in the COVID-19 crisis, as well as
recommendations from the Medina County Health Department and Ohio
Department of Health.

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