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Cherokee Park

Features

  1. Fishing
  2. Hiking Trail
  3. Park Passport
  4. Picnic Tables
  5. Wildlife Viewing

About the Park


Cherokee Park land was donated by Cherokee Estates developer Bob Hutsenpillar and is located off of LeSourdsville West Chester Road between Kyles Station and Millikin Roads within the Cherokee Estates subdivision. The park can be accessed from Selu Drive off Yamasee Drive. A small parking area is available for patron use. A pond greets visitors and is perfect for fishing on a lazy day (sorry, no swimming or skating!). A State of Ohio Fishing License is required for all persons over 16 years of age. Beautiful wooded hiking trails are located along Gregory Creek. Volunteers frequently promote planting of native flowers.

Cherokee Park, established in 2002, 30.5 acres

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