Plum Creek Park

2390 Plum Creek Parkway
Brunswick Hills, OH 44212

2500 Plum Creek Parkway
Brunswick Hills, OH 44212

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Nature Trail (1.5 miles – moderate – yellow square)
Nature Trail (.5 miles – moderate – magenta oval)
Nature Trail (.5 miles – moderate – blue hexagon)
Primitive Trail (2 miles – difficult – red pentagon)
Greenway (1.5 mile – easy – teal triangle)

293.79 acres
.75-acre Pond
(north side)
.35-acre Pond
(south side)


GPS Coordinates
Plum Creek Park South
North: N 41 12’ 30.924
West: W 081 48’ 26.268

Plum Creek Park North
North: N 41 12’ 33.750
West: W 081 48’ 26.934

Plum Creek Park is one of the best examples of recycling found in the county. Formerly the Brunswick Township landfill, this site has been transformed into a scenic park by the park district. Beginning with the original 30-acre landfill site, the park district has added over 160 additional acres.

The park offers an enclosed picnic shelter on the north side available by reservation. This facility is heated and air conditioned to provide a great place for your family reunion or meeting. An open-air shelter can also be reserved on this side of the park.

The south side offers an open-air shelter for group use by reservation. It also has a playground for children. Individual tables and grills are located on both sides of the park for your enjoyment. Both the north and south shelters are fully accessible via paved paths. Also, two fishing ponds can be found at Plum Creek. Stocked periodically by the park district, your family will enjoy their peaceful settings.

Plum Creek Greenway
Phases I and II of the multipurpose Plum Creek Greenway trail, a collaborative project with the city of Brunswick, lead walkers and cyclists from Plum Creek Park to the city’s Mooney Park, north across Laurel Road, passing through properties owned by Grace Baptist Church and Brunswick City Schools. Plum Creek Greenway is currently 1.5 miles in length. Phase III of the trail is .63 of a mile and will connect to the existing trail at Brunwick Lake. It should be completed by the end of 2024.

Plum Creek Park Activities/Amenities