|Lakeside Park – Situated on the shores of the Portage Lakes’ West Reservoir, the park is located off South Turkeyfoot Road, at Map Drive. The land was donated by Lucy Stevens, wife of area State Court of Appeals Judge Perry H. Stevens, and William B. Haynes, in the late 1950s. Development of this park commenced in 1998, and the dedication ceremony took place on September 26, 1999. The park, on two tenths of an acre, consists of one basketball court and a 1/8th mile walking trail.||
Maple Grove Park – Consisting of approximately 29.5 acres, this land consists primarily of wetlands and green space. It is located within the Maple Grove Allotment, off Spangler Drive, and was donated in 2000.
Miracle Park -- Located adjacent to City Hall, Miracle Park sits on 3.5 acres of land purchased from C.S. Miracle in 1982. It contains one baseball field for use by local youth. A quarter mile exercise and walking trail was constructed during the Fall of 2014 that loops around the ball field and into the woods. There are benches along the path for those who want to stop and enjoy the natural surroundings in addition to ten exercises. In 2012, the City received a grant from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency to build a storm water demonstration project. As part of the project, a double loop trail was developed surrounding the wetland pond and upland meadow.
browse around this website George Sisler Memorial Baseball Park – In the Fall of 2003, a lease was secured with the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland for 11 acres of land next to Manchester Middle School, on West Nimisila Road, for the purpose of additional baseball fields for use by the local youth. The park is named in honor of Manchester's George H. Sisler, the tenth inductee into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. (For additional information regarding George Sisler's professional baseball career, see History.)
browse around this website Rawlins Park – This 3.5 acre lot, located at the corner of Rawlins Avenue and Latham Lane, was once a part of the 746 acre estate owned by Frank H. Mason, known as Brighton Farms. The park, acquired in 2001, consists of undeveloped green space.