Ada Township Park

Ada Township Park (1180 Buttrick Ave.) is a beautiful 57-acre park that was established for the United States Bicentennial in 1976. It is home to the Parks & Recreation Department offices and provides a wide variety of both active and passive recreation. There are softball & soccer fields, tennis courts, pickle ball courts, a basketball court, playground, fishing pond and both paved and natural trails. In addition, there are a lot of tables and open areas for picnic gatherings and leisure.

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Park Features

  • 2 Softball Fields
  • Athletic Field Space
  • 6 Pickleball Courts
  • 4 Tennis Courts
  • Playground
  • Fishing Pond (Fishing is restricted to children 12 years and younger, Senior's, and those with handicapped disabilities)
  • Trails (both paved & natural)
  • Shelter Pavilion
  • Gazebos
  • Arboretum (The Bud Locke Arboretum is home to 200 trees including over 50 species from around the world)
  • Restrooms

*Dog Policy - dogs must be kept on a leash at all times & waste must be cleaned and properly disposed of.*