The Orange Village Park System has been growing and evolving since 1989. Orange Village is a Community For All Generations and our park system has amenities for all ages and interests. Now we even have a space for dogs!
The Orange Village Park System has been growing and evolving since 1989. Orange Village is a Community For All Generations
and our park system has amenities for all ages and interests. Now we even have a space for dogs!
To reserve a plot in the Community Garden you must learn the rules, sign a waiver and submit the forms along with a payment. The payment will cover the annual fee and refundable deposit. The necessary forms can be found on the Community Garden page.
Completed forms can be dropped off at Village Hall Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm or mailed to Orange Village Hall, 4600 Lander Rd., Orange Village, Ohio 44022
Residents may reserve the outdoor pavilions. There is a $200 deposit required. Please complete the attached form and fax it to 440-498-4404 or email it to email@example.com.
Click here for the Park & Facility Reservation Form
- Wooddell Room ($200 deposit required)
- Council Chamber (Homeowner’s Assn. Meetings Only)
- Dubyak Diamond
- Hazlett Field (Pike Drive)
- Soccer Field
- Singer Pavilion ($200 deposit required)
- Pike Drive Pavilion ($200 deposit required)
Pickleball is considered one of the fastest-growing sports in the United States. Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong using a paddle and plastic ball with holes. It is appropriate for players of all ages and skill levels. Rules for pickleball are simple, making it a great introductory sport. It can also be quite the challenging, fast-paced, and competitive game when people become more experienced at playing.
Over 60 acres of woodlands & park space
- Playgrounds on White Drive & Pike Drive
- 2 Baseball Fields
- Soccer Field
- Trail with Fitness Stations and Information Kiosks
- Putting Greens – Chipping Greens
- Sand volleyball court
- Sledding Hill
- 2 Picnic Pavilions
- 60 Community Garden Plots
- Basketball Court
- Volleyball Court
- Pickleball Court
In 1973, Orange Village purchased 31 acres of undeveloped land from the Rosko family with the hope that one day it could be the site for a new Village Hall. A small baseball field (Hazlett Field), accessible from Pike Drive, was constructed shortly after the land was purchased.
The first park plans were prepared in 1989, the park entry drive was installed, and construction of our park was underway. In 1991, council passed Ordinance 1989-18, which provides for the imposition of a $750 impact fee on new construction to be used for recreational development. By the end of 1995, Orange Village had acquired 15 more acres of land, increasing the size of our park to 46 acres. During this same period, recreational facilities had been expanded to include nature preserves with a half mile of paved trails, two baseball fields with bleachers and back stops, an ice skating area, tether ball, volleyball, and two tot lots with picnic pavilions, tables and grills, as well as our new municipal facility.
The Greenspace Plan establishes goals for open space protection and restoration in Cuyahoga County, including significant improvement to quality of life, regional competitiveness, green infrastructure, environmental and human health, and recreational opportunities.
An additional 3 acres were acquired in 1998 and a 3 acre lot was purchased in 2000, increasing the total area to more than 52 acres. Orange Village was awarded a Natureworks grant in 1998 to construct an additional mile of paved nature trails, install fitness stations, and build 3 information kiosks. A soccer/football field was constructed in 1999. A sandlot volleyball court and a gazebo/band shell were also added to the park
In 2003, the Orange Village Community Park was added to the Cuyahoga County Greenprint, which is part of the Cuyahoga County Green Space Plan that was prepared by the Planning Commission.
Ten acres of land at the corner of Lander Road and Pike Drive were acquired in 2011 with the purchase of the St. Margaret of Hungry church property. A portion of the land will be used to extend the park system with additional trails and an event pavilion.