Bill Yeck Park Purple Trail -- added 2019

2019 CWPD Annual Report

The Centerville-Washington Park District (CWPD) 2019 Annual Report is now available. Discover what exciting things happened last year in your community’s BIG backyard! And, get a sneak preview of future plans! 2019 Annual Report (PDF) >

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COVID-19 Update

Parks remain open for your visits. We understand that a walk in the park, spending time in natural surroundings may help lessen the stress that many of us are experiencing. Please plan to follow all social distancing guidelines and be…

Centerville-Washington Park District Summer Camps

Summer Camp Registration Delayed

Online registration for Adventure Camp, Decoy Art Nature Art Camp, Hidden Meadows Day Camp, Preschool Play Yard, Sugar Valley Day Camp, the Summer Recreation Program and Youth Archery Camp, was originally set to begin Monday, April 13. However, in response…

Owlexander holding book at Chimneys in Grant Park (cartoon image)

Natural History Hike

We have a brand new hiking experience for all ages! Grab a Grant Park Natural History Hike brochure at the park’s Normandy Entrance (501 Normandy Ridge Rd.) and follow the 1.1-mile trail to learn a little about the park’s history!…

CWPD volunteer at Holes Creek Park Monarch Waystation

Catherine Tollefson

Seventeen-year-old Centerville High School student Catherine Tollefson recently planted a Monarch Waystation at Holes Creek Park. She researched appropriate plants and reached out to native plant nurseries for donations, successfully garnering enough plant donations for the entire Waystation! The new…

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Our Coyote Neighbors

Coyotes are found in all 88 of Ohio’s counties. Coyote sightings in Centerville and Washington Township are somewhat rare, but when someone sees one, you are likely to hear all about it! At first glance, you might think you are…

CWPD youth volunteer with four children at camp

Simran Surana

Simran is a senior at Centerville High School. At school she participates in Science Olympiad — growing her love of science with her friends. She is also involved in Student Council and has had the opportunity to raise thousands of…