The Village of Amanda’s park is located at 6010 Amanda Southern Rd. This is the site of our water wells. Portions of our water well/water plant site are used to provide a park facility for the Amanda area. As part of our recreational system the village also has a Bike Path that runs through our village. It is our goal to provide parks and recreational facilities that can be used and enjoyed by everyone in the community.
Chelsea's Play Area
We finally got arroved for a Nature Works Grant to replace the playground equipment. We also received a grant from South Central, as well as donations from residents, and the Gp-Fund-Me. We removed the deteriating equipment and have ordered the apparatuses. Once we receive the new we will be needing volunteers to help us install them. . anyone wanting to help donate their time to install new equipment please contact us so we can get you lined up.
We are slowly installing the new playground equipment as we get volunteers. We have few more larger items to add and some swings to replace. before we can have this project wrapped up. Thanks to Midwest for donating a 3 man crew to help with reconstruction on 2 seperate occasions. Anyone wanting to help please call the office or check Facebook for install dates/
Park Rules & Rentals
To reserve the Park Facilities:
Rent the Shelter House, Food Booth, or Ball Fields,
please download both the Rules & Regulation and
the Rental Agreement Application.
Contact Jay Hunter for availabliity of park 740-969-2016.
To finalize reservation all signed agreements, payment of fees,
and proof of liability will have to submitted directly to the
Fairfield County has quite a few trails, from traditional "bike trails" to "share the road" routes and mountain bike trails (MTB). Pickerington and Lancaster have the most extensive trail systems. A short section of the Johns Trail in Amanda will eventually connect with the Lancaster trail system. Plans are also afoot to connect other areas of the county using "Share the Road" routes on county and township roads, and on existing city streets. Use the links below to view specific maps for areas of the county. Use the maps to find parking locations and points of interest along the trails. http://www.fhta.org/