Tawawa Park

Tawawa Park
Tawawa Park
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The Park consists of 220 wooded acres which provide shelters, grounds and areas to play ball. Two lakes (Tawawa and Amos) are located in the complex. The William Ross Covered Bridge dedicated in 1971 is picturesque and has been the object of much photography. It closely resembles several covered bridges constructed in Central Ohio by pioneer bridge designer and builder, Rueben L. Partridge (1823-1900). The parks were named after Tawawa Creek which runs through the grounds. “Big Rock” (glacial rock left from the ice age) located in the park was established in 1876 and is of interest to visitors. Tawawa Park includes the Baumgardner Basin Soccer Fields, the Flanagan Sports Complex, and the Sidney Water Park Park Features include: Basketball Fishing Modular Play Structure and Swings Natural Areas Open Green Space Sand Volleyball Shelter Softball Diamonds Soccer Fields Topographical Features Walkway / Bikeway

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12 Tawawa Dr.
Sidney, OH 45365

Parking Lot
Drinking Water
Picnic Area
Recreational Trail Access