Parks & Shelters

Welcome to our Parks! Liberty Township's 11 parks offer bike paths, hiking trails, fishing playgrounds and shelters which are available for rental. Reference the map to the right to find park locations. Click on the individual park names to learn more about each park and find their amenities! Please enjoy our parks and remember dogs must be on a leash at all times while in the parks.

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  1. Park Shelter & Meeting Center Reservations

    Find a list of parks that have shelters you can reserve for your party, the cost for the reservation, and how to go about make a reservation.

  2. Allen Park

    5440 Joann Drive - 26 acres: Located at the entrance to Allen Estates subdivision on Kyles Station Road between Yankee Road and Maud Hughes Road. This park is under development.

  3. Cherokee Park

    4616 Watoga Drive - 30.5 acres: Located off of LeSourdsville West Chester Road between Kyles Station Road and Millikin Road within the Cherokee Estates subdivision. This park has off-street parking and a large pond for fishing with hiking trails along Gregory Creek.

  4. Disc Golf Course

    Reserves Park is now home to a new 9-hole Disc Golf Association accredited course.

  5. Dudley Memorial Park

    5700 Yankee Road - 11.4 acres: A family use park located north of Millikin Road. Amenities include a boundless playground, shelter, picnic tables, charcoal grills, wooded hiking trails, fishing, bird blind, and a large mowed lawn.

  6. Dudley Woods Park

    “The William F. and Cora Dudley Memorial Park” (4) 5591 Hankins Road - 63 acres: Located on the corner of Hankins Road and LeSourdsville West Chester Road with the entrance on Hankins Road. Primarily used for preserving nature with native wildlife hiking and family activities.

  7. Fort Liberty Playland

    6845 Van Gorden Road - 7.5 acres: Located off Princeton Road between State Route 747 and LeSourdsville West Chester Road. Amenities include a state-of-the-art playground and two shelters.

  8. Liberty Park

    6757 Yankee Road - 16.5 acres: Located at 6757 Yankee Road behind the Lakota Family YMCA, with almost one mile of paved path around and through the park. This park is primarily used for soccer and the Township's annual community events.

  9. Maud Hughes Incline

    6791 Maud Hughes Road: Located on Maud Hughes Road south of Princeton Road. This section of the hike and bike trail derives its name from the unique use of bicycle stairs to transition from the Gregory Creek flood plain to the upper area parallel to State Route 129.

  10. Mill Creek Preserve

    13 acres: Located next to Ayers Cemetery bordering the south side of State Route 129, west of State Route 747 on Deer Ridge Court. This park is currently undeveloped.

  11. Reserves Park

    5119 Grandin Ridge Drive - 8.6 acres: This family use pocket park located within the Reserves of Liberty subdivision east of State Route 747 has almost one mile of hard surface paths, a rubber surface boundless playground accessible to all children, a large picnic shelter, charcoal grill, porto-o-let, and a beautiful reflecting pond. In 2015, a 9-hole PDGA-certified disc golf course was added to the park.

  12. Wetlands Park

    6950 LeSourdsville West Chester Road - 42 acres: Borders State Route 129 between LeSourdsville-West Chester Road and Van Gorden Road. Wetlands Park East parking is on LeSourdsville West Chester Road. Wetlands Park West is on Van Gorden Road. Natural beauty abounds along the paved and chipped trails of this park. Four unique ponds offer a variety of habitats for wildlife. Come for a hike, stay for a picnic, and relax beside the ponds.

  13. Wilhelmina Park

    6900 Wilhelmina Park - 54.5 acres: Located off Yankee Road in the Dutchland Woods subdivision. This park is currently undeveloped.