Stafford Park is centrally located in Maple Heights and boasts 3 large pavilions, tennis courts, basketball courts, and ball diamonds, attracting thousands of visitors to the park each year.  The park also has plenty of parking, with over 500 spaces available, and over 35 acres of natural woods, picnic areas, playground, grills and greenspace for residents.  

Dunham Park is located on the western edge of Maple Heights, and has playground equipment, a football field, and a ballfield Dunham park encompasses over 50 acres of woods and greenspace.   Click here for preliminary information on the proposed Metroparks plans for Dunham Park

Benhoff Park is located off of Dunham Road  - either Fernway or Benhoff Drives will 'dead end' at the end of the street into the park.  It was one-time home to the Maple Heights Youth Baseball and Soccer leagues, it also has a playground and large parking lot.  Directions to the park CLICK HERE.

5400 Mayville Avenue

15005 Schreiber


Southgate Park is a 1 acre neighborhood park located between Edgewood and  Northwood Avenues.  The park has benches, swingset, slide and several other playground amenities, but there is no parking lot

DARE Park is located on Friend Avenue, and can be accessed from either the backside of  the County Library or from Friend Avenue.  It is a smaller neighborhood park, with swingsets, merry-go-round and jungle gym.   This park closes at 8 PM.

Stafford Park is the home for Maple Heights high school and middle school softball and baseball games, and  hosts close to 40 games each. spring.  This is a mutual partnership between the schools and the city as the entire park and ballfields is actually city property.


Stafford Park has 3 pavilions, with electrictiy, picnic tables, trash cans and nearby runing water available.  Additional information on pavilion rentals will be posted on the website in late spring, 2016.


The Stafford Park "Fireman's Gazebo" was restored in November, 2015 with the grateful assistance and donations from Home Depot.    A new roof, shingles, walkway and landscaping brickwork was installed around the flagpoles and gazebo area - and the city would like to thank the many volunteers from Home Depot for the assistance with this project.  CLICK HERE for pictures of the project, or see the slideshow at the bottom of the page.....



Home Street Park is located off Garden and Home streets, and features a large field, benches, a playground with swingset and slide, and basketball courts.  This neighborhood park does not have a parking lot, and closes at 8 PM.

Pavilion reservations and information.  $125 deposit required - $25 is refunded at the end of event once grounds are inspected and found to be in good order.

Call 587-5481           CLICK HERE for online request

Stafford Park is the city's largest park, encompassing over 35 acres.  The park is populated with native oak, birch, poplar, maple and many other trees, but the ash trees are succumbing to the Emerald Ash Borer, wihich has also infested most of the ash trees througout Ohio.  The Adult Softball program donated several replacement maple trees the past several years in an effort to replace the loss of the native shade trees in the park..  Unfortuntately, it is expected that a number of ash trees will continue to be lost in both Stafford and Dunham Parks in the years ahead.  CLICK HERE for pics of tree removal on August 5, 2016.

2018 Pavilion request info will be posted on the website around March, 2018


Stafford Park recently had additional wood chips dumped at the playground, courtesy of the Service Department, and leveled and spread.