From the Western Reserve Greenway to the State and local parks, Trumbull County is filled with opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors. Take a hike, launch a boat, go bird watching. Enjoy our great outdoors! Have a look through the many parks listed on this page. If you haven't found what you are looking for from the general listings, chances are you'll find the park through the city or town listed below.
This park boasts a sledding hill in the winter and a connector trail to the existing Turkey Run Trail that borders a portion of the east side of Mosquito Lake. This park is also a good location for hiking, walking, cross-country skiing, and nature observation.
Nearly 17-mile multi-purpose, linear trail has been designed for walking, hiking, biking and horseback-riding. Surrounded by nature, hikers, bicyclists, horseback riders, inline skaters and joggers can all enjoy this trail.
This 32-acre park sits next to the Trumbull Campus of Kent State University and is the home of Young's Run Disc Golf Course. Free to the public, this playing area features a challenging 18-hole permanent course and an 18-hole tournament layout.
Nearly 4,000-acre park with opportunities for boating, swimming, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, camping, hunting, picnicking, snowmobiling, ice fishing, cross-country skiiing, and birding.
Access from Howland Township Park.
9,021-acre waterfowl-management area is located west of the Mosquito Creek Reservoir and includes lands that are flat and poorly drained as well as 830 acres of marsh and two ponds.