Community Park / 36.679 acres
The park is open during daylight hours.
7500 Yankee St.
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Domesticated animals are permitted if they are controlled at all times on a visible leash not more than eight feet long.
About the Park
Two sand volleyball courts, three tennis courts, and a playground are located close to the shelter. To the north, on the other side of a line of trees, is an open field that includes baseball diamonds, soccer fields and football practice areas. A nature trail leads through the wooded area in the southeast quadrant. Flowering crab apple trees line the north and east borders. There is a paved path around the perimeter of the park.
AED (automated external defibrillator) at shelter
Baseball Diamonds (4)
Drinking Fountain (off November-March)
Little Free Library
Multi-use Trails (paved), Perimeter path length (including sidewalk along Yankee Street) is 0.82 mile. The center path length is 0.19 mile.
Pickleball Courts (2)
Play Equipment (all-access)
Restrooms (portable in the winter)
Sand Volleyball (reservable for $12/hour resident or non-profit; $24/hour nonresident; free with shelter reservation)
Tennis Courts (3)
As the newly formed Park District was proceeding with the acquisition of its first 4 neighborhood park sites, it was also watching development between Yankee Street and McEwen Road, south of Alex-Bell Road and north of Centerville-Miamisburg Road. A community park was desired as a home to the Washington Baseball League and others for their games. In 1964, the Park District purchased an 18-acre parcel, the south portion of today's park, that would be part of a 30-acre school-park complex that was to be developed jointly by the Park District and the School Board. The School Board purchased 10 acres and held it until their plans changed. They passed it to the Park District in 1983. Seven plus acres was added to the northeast side of the park in 1969.
Note: History courtesy of Pat Aldrich, Centerville-Washington History
Map of Yankee Park