Hubbard Valley Park

8600 Hubbard Valley Road
Seville, OH 44273
Located in Guilford Township south of Blake Road and north of Greenwich Road

GPS Coordinates
North:  N 41 02' 24.270
West:   W 081 50' 57.204

Hubbard Valley Park came into existence as a further benefit of a flood-control project on the Chippewa Creek. When the Hubbard Valley Dam was constructed by the Chippewa Subdistrict, additional land was purchased to permit the development of a permanent reservoir. This 21-acre lake provides a great spot for family fishing either from the shore or from your rowboat or canoe.

A 1.25-mile nature trail leads park visitors around the lake and through a wooded area. As you walk the trail, wildlife viewing opportunities abound. A .5-mile paved all-purpose trail leads to a picnic shelter, around the back of the sledding hill, to the restrooms, to the bridge that leads to the hiking trail, and to the fishing area. In addition, you can hike the .55-mile Yellow nature trail through the woods. A picnic shelter provides group picnicking opportunities, and numerous individual tables and grills provide opportunities for individual family picnics. A playground and a sledding hill add to your family's enjoyment. Benches located along the paths provide spots for relaxation.

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Hubbard Valley Park Activities/Amenities

 

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Buffalo Creek Retreat - J Randall Baird Center
8708 Hubbard Valley Road, Seville, OH 44273

GPS Coordinates
North:  N 41 02' 09.378
West:   W 081 50' 57.594

This facility is available for small as well as large-scale events such as conferences, weddings, reunions, showers, etc. Viewing of this facility is by appointment only. 

Click here for Buffalo Creek Retreat rental information.

To check for available dates, click here for a calendar.

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To make a reservation for this facility, please call the park office at 330-722-9364. You cannot make reservations via online/email.


 

 

  • Hubbard Valley Shelter Information

    Lakeside Shelter

    Handicap accessible
    Size: 35’ x 45’,  concrete base
    Picnic tables: Eight 8’ under pavilion and four 6’ outside
    Chairs: None
    Grills: One 20” x 36”, one 20” x 24”
    Benches: Two
    Serving Shelves: Two 11’
    Misc.: Water hydrant
    Outlets: Electric
    Capacity: 80 people

    Items subject to change; call for verification

    Fees:
    Residents - $40
    Non-Residents  - $50
    Friends of the Parks - Members receive a one-time per year discount. Discount depends on membership level. Non-profit organizations - discount available.


    To make a shelter
    reservation for the Lakeside shelter, click
    on the calendar.