Ivins Memorial Park

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  • LOCATION:
  • Turtlecreek Township
  • 1422 Phillips Rd.
  • Lebanon, Ohio 45036

Ivins Memorial Park is located at in Turtlecreek Township, approximately 3 miles southeast of Lebanon, Ohio, approximately 5 miles northwest of Morrow, Ohio and 2/10 of a mile east of Interstate I-71 at Exit 32.


HISTORY

The Ivins Memorial Park was donated to the Park District in October 1994 by Leroy and Anna J. Ivins, in memory of Harry Leroy Ivins, father of Leroy Ivins. Development began in 1995 with the construction of a split rail fence, entrance roadway, picnic shelter, tables, and grills. A play area with swings, slide and merry-go-round was added in 1998. The entrance road and parking are was paved in 1999.

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TOTAL ACREAGE: 6 acres
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DESCRIPTION

The property is a 6-acre tract of land in a rural community setting, near Ft. Ancient Indian Burial Ground. There are 2 soccer fields and one instructional field. Because the property is small, its use is limited.