Park Shelter Reservations-due to covid 19 we are not taking reservations at this time
Park restrooms will be winterized and CLOSED for the season,
beginning on November 6th.
Park Shelter reservations may be made in person at the Office of the Director of Public Service (2nd floor, City Hall) or by telephone with a credit card 330-335-2708). Reservations for the use of park shelters are taken on the 2nd floor of City Hall, 120 Maple Street (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday). Shelter rentals are available for the shelters listed below. Reservations must be made in person (first come first serve) on March 1st but may be made by phone with a credit card, after that date.
Payment must be made before reservation is held. Shelter rentals are available for the shelters listed below.
Note that restrooms may not be open at the parks for all October dates. As freezing weather threatens, restroom pipes must be winterized, and restrooms will be closed (generally, mid-to-late October).
Fees - DUE TO COVID 19 WE ARE NOT TAKING PAVILION RESERVATIONS AT THIS TIME
Memorial Park (large shelter, only), Muhl Park and Valley View Park:
- Resident Rate: $45
- Non-Resident Rate: $70
New Bird Park, Old Bird Park, Durling Park, Friedt Park and Weatherstone Park:
- Resident Rate: $35
- Non-Resident Rate: $60
Reserving Fields & Pavilions
Individuals or community groups wishing to reserve the use of a field should contact Beth Lucas at 330-335-2708. League Teams should contact their commissioners regarding field use. The above guidelines apply to all.
Muhl Park pavilion may only be reserved during times that do not conflict with organized youth sports. Friedt Park has an ADA accessible port-a-let restroom. Pavilions - other than those listed above - are available for use on a first-come-first-served basis, only (no reservations available). Special activities require special permission. Call 330-335-2708 for details.
Friends of Wadsworth Trails
The City of Wadsworth is grateful for the support of Friends of Wadsworth Trails and their contribution of time and money for parks amenities, trails development, and programs. (Friends of Wadsworth Trails is a Non-Profit, 501 (c)(3) Organization.)