Parks and Recreation

The City of Monroe has six designated parkland sites ranging in size and amenities. Some of these areas are used throuhout the year by the local sports organizations for soccer, football, and baseball. Below you will find the location and some...

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The Community Park is located on South Main Street. Reservation of the two shelter houses can be made by contacting Gina Hugar at (513) 727-8953. You can also complete the Reservation of Park Facilities form and mail it, along with the required...

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The Park Board meets the second Wednesday of each Month, at 6:30 pm. The meetings are held at Council Chambers located in the City Building on Main Street. Members of the park board include Gary Allen, Jesse Dean, Ken Donathan, and Joshua...

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Oaklawn Park is located on Oaklawn Drive in the Whispering Oaks Subdivision off of Todhunter Road. You can enjoy an afternoon or warm evening on the swings with your children.         ...

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Rosemont Park Nature Reserve located on State Route 4 will be completed in the future. It will include Nature Trails and a fishing pond.
Veterans Memorial Park is located at the southeast corner of State Route 63 and Main Street.
Monroe Crossings Park is located at the southeast corner of State Route 4 and State Route 63. This 27.551 acres of parkland was donated to the City by H.T. Investments to be used for recreational purposes focusing on both sports field uses and...

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Baker Sports Complex is located on North Main Street and is named after Baker-Monroe Properties who donated the 55.377 acres to the City of Monroe to be used for recreational purposes focusing on sports field uses. This property is part of the...

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The concession builiding is completed at Monroe Crossings Park. The new building will provide a partially enclosed shelter, restrooms, and concessions.A few other  updates you may notice at Monroe Crossings Park is the Handicapped Accessible...

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