Snyder Park is one of the largest parks in the National Trail Parks and Recreation District. The district is a joint entity formed between the City of Springfield Ohio and Clark County. The park’s 226 acres hold many features including old stone bridges, lagoons, a white water feature for kayaks, and the Snyder Park Gardens and Arboretum.
The Snyder Brothers
In 1895, John and David L Snyder approached Springfield Ohio about donating some of their land in creating a premier park. Unfortunately, both brothers passed away before they realized their dream. As a tribute to their vision, the park’s new granite stone arch was named for the Snyder Brothers.
Snyder Park Gardens and Arboretum
In 2015 and on lands once called the Snyder Park Golf Course, the city created Snyder Park Gardens and Arboretum. Today the park holds a series of smaller gardens as well as the larger Kiwanis Children’s Garden. The children’s garden was built by the Hollandia Gardens Association in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the Kiwanis Club of Springfield.
Springfield Wall Décor
If you are seeking colorful art prints that celebrate living in Springfield Ohio, this gallery captures pretty scenes from one of the city’s largest parks.
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