Welcome to the Clark County Park District –
Your Crossroads to Natural Beauty and Historical Preservation
The land within the borders of Clark County teems with both natural beauty and echoes of historical events. The Clark County Park District includes several local area parks, preserves and multi-use trails:
- George Rogers Clark Park
- The Battle of Peckuwe Historic Battlesite
- Daniel Hertzler House Museum
- The Davidson Interpretive Center
- Estel Wenrick Wetlands Preserve
- Leadingham Prairie Preserve
- Little Miami Scenic Trail
- Prairie Grass Trail
We are excited about the addition of the following 2 NEW Parks to our District. More information regarding these parks will be coming soon.
- Spangler Nature Preserve
- Mad River Gorge & Nature Preserve
As our mission, the Clark County Park District seeks to preserve the natural beauty of our parks, as well as our history through active stewardship efforts from our local Springfield community and beyond.
The Park District headquarters is located at the Davidson Interpretive Center, 5638 Lower Valley Pike, Springfield, OH 45502-9101 and is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm and the first and third Sundays each month from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm.
Check out our upcoming Spring Programs!
Click on the image on the left for a listing of current programs
and events in our Clark County Parks.