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Celina Rotary Dog ParkLocated on the west bank of Grand Lake St. Marys, this 3.8 acre, fenced park is a wonderful opportunity for unleashed fun for you and your dog. The grassy, wooded area is divided for large and small dogs and includes a water fountain and benches.
Fort Recovery Monument Park
State Routes 119 and 49
Fort Recovery, OH 45846
President William Howard Taft signed a bill in 1908 to authorize a monument in honor of those soldiers who died serving under Generals St. Clair and Wayne. Dedicated on July 1, 1913, the base of the 101 foot monument holds the bones of the fallen soldiers who died in the battles at Ft. Recovery. The nine-foot tall statue depicts a frontiersman facing west to the beautiful unsettled land into which he triumphed.
Ft. Amanda Monument & Park
State Route 198
(7 ½ miles NW of Wapakoneta)
Erected in 1812 under orders from General William Henry Harrison, Fort Amanda was a base of supplies for Harrison’s army during the War of 1812. The remains of 75 soldiers, each simply marked “Unknown Soldier, War of 1812” lie beside the Auglaize River. A gray, granite shaft monument was erected in 1915 marking the site of the first shipyard, first religious meeting house, first post office & first national cemetery. Open May thru October: Dawn to Dusk
Grand Lake St. Marys State Park
Park Office
834 Edgewater Dr.
St. Marys, OH 45885

Phone: 419-394-3611
Campground Office: 419-394-2774
The lake itself and much of its perimeter was dedicated as an Ohio State park in 1949. The park currently provides 204 campsites (1176 with electric) and 7 rental cabins. A “campers only” swimming beach, Wi-Fi and boat tie-ups are available within the campground. Horseshoe pits, sand volleyball, basketball, bicycle rentals, a 9 hole putt-putt course and a camp store are located within the campground. The park also has 2 public swimming beaches as well as swimming areas for boaters. Picnic areas with tables and grills are located in scenic areas around the lake. The East Bank/ Villanova area has several shelter houses available on a reservation basis. Boat dock rentals are available through the State Park Office. Hunting is permitted in designated areas. There are
seasonal duck blinds available by lottery through ODNR.
Grand Miami Disc Golf Course
K.C. Geiger Park
100 Greenville Rd.
St. Marys OH 45885
Enjoy this 18 hole disc golf course in beautiful K.C. Geiger Park. Free for all ages.
St Marys East Bank Dog ParkLocated in East Bank Park just off St Rt 364, along Grand Lake St. Marys, this two acre fenced park is a scenic site for unleashed fun for you and your dog. The grassy, shaded area is divided for large & small dogs.
St. Marys Heritage Park
202 E. Spring St.
St. Marys, OH 45885
View the three painted murals depicting the history of this canal town from the frontier era to the present. The restored Art Deco fountain, wrought iron fencing and sister city tribute make this small park a delightful stop.
St. Marys Memorial Park
Chestnut & South Streets
St. Marys, OH 45885
Dedicated to the WWI veterans, the park has the St. Marys River and the Miami & Erie Canal flowing through it in downtown St. Marys. The Belle of St. Marys, a full scale replica of a packet canal boat measures 76 feet long and
14 feet wide and rests on the waters of the Canal while the Memorial Covered Bridge spans the St. Marys River in the park. The park also contains the Veterans Walkway, Clock Tower and bricked walking path for a stroll along the canal and the newly restored canal Lock 13.

Celina Rotary Dog ParkLocated on the west bank of Grand Lake St. Marys, this 3.8 acre, fenced park is a wonderful opportunity for unleashed fun for you and your dog. The grassy, wooded area is divided for large and small dogs and includes a water fountain and benches.
Fort Recovery Monument Park
State Routes 119 and 49
Fort Recovery, OH 45846
President William Howard Taft signed a bill in 1908 to authorize a monument in honor of those soldiers who died serving under Generals St. Clair and Wayne. Dedicated on July 1, 1913, the base of the 101 foot monument holds the bones of the fallen soldiers who died in the battles at Ft. Recovery. The nine-foot tall statue depicts a frontiersman facing west to the beautiful unsettled land into which he triumphed.
Ft. Amanda Monument & Park
State Route 198
(7 ½ miles NW of Wapakoneta)
Erected in 1812 under orders from General William Henry Harrison, Fort Amanda was a base of supplies for Harrison’s army during the War of 1812. The remains of 75 soldiers, each simply marked “Unknown Soldier, War of 1812” lie beside the Auglaize River. A gray, granite shaft monument was erected in 1915 marking the site of the first shipyard, first religious meeting house, first post office & first national cemetery. Open May thru October: Dawn to Dusk
Grand Lake St. Marys State Park
Park Office
834 Edgewater Dr.
St. Marys, OH 45885

Phone: 419-394-3611
Campground Office: 419-394-2774
The lake itself and much of its perimeter was dedicated as an Ohio State park in 1949. The park currently provides 204 campsites (1176 with electric) and 7 rental cabins. A “campers only” swimming beach, Wi-Fi and boat tie-ups are available within the campground. Horseshoe pits, sand volleyball, basketball, bicycle rentals, a 9 hole putt-putt course and a camp store are located within the campground. The park also has 2 public swimming beaches as well as swimming areas for boaters. Picnic areas with tables and grills are located in scenic areas around the lake. The East Bank/ Villanova area has several shelter houses available on a reservation basis. Boat dock rentals are available through the State Park Office. Hunting is permitted in designated areas. There are
seasonal duck blinds available by lottery through ODNR.
Grand Miami Disc Golf Course
K.C. Geiger Park
100 Greenville Rd.
St. Marys OH 45885
Enjoy this 18 hole disc golf course in beautiful K.C. Geiger Park. Free for all ages.
St Marys East Bank Dog ParkLocated in East Bank Park just off St Rt 364, along Grand Lake St. Marys, this two acre fenced park is a scenic site for unleashed fun for you and your dog. The grassy, shaded area is divided for large & small dogs.
St. Marys Heritage Park
202 E. Spring St.
St. Marys, OH 45885
View the three painted murals depicting the history of this canal town from the frontier era to the present. The restored Art Deco fountain, wrought iron fencing and sister city tribute make this small park a delightful stop.
St. Marys Memorial Park
Chestnut & South Streets
St. Marys, OH 45885
Dedicated to the WWI veterans, the park has the St. Marys River and the Miami & Erie Canal flowing through it in downtown St. Marys. The Belle of St. Marys, a full scale replica of a packet canal boat measures 76 feet long and
14 feet wide and rests on the waters of the Canal while the Memorial Covered Bridge spans the St. Marys River in the park. The park also contains the Veterans Walkway, Clock Tower and bricked walking path for a stroll along the canal and the newly restored canal Lock 13.