Parks & Recreation

The Village of Roseville has several parks and recreational activities for you to enjoy. Any shelter house may be reserved for only $25 for residents and $50 for non-residents. Otherwise shelter houses are first come first serve.

  1. Roseville Conservancy Park is a 365 acre park which offers primitive camping, fishing, and hiking. This park is located on Fultonrose Rd about 2 miles off St. Rt. 93. Camping is available from Memorial Day- Labor Day on a first come first serve basis. No hunting is permitted due to liability insurance recommendation.
  2. Patriot's Park is a memorial park maintained by the Village of Roseville and the Roseville American Legion Post #71. This park honors local military soldiers who were brave enough to take the ultimate sacrifice for our Freedom. Thank You!
  3. Bluffdale Park is a small park located in the center of town. This park offers a playground, shelter house, picnic areas, and basketball court. The park is located on the corner of Chaney and James Street.
  4. Roseville Park (Melick's Grove Park) is the Village's main park. This park offers a wide variety of recreational activities. The address is 10 Maple Street, Roseville Oh 43777. Recreational opportunities include multi-use trail, skate park, ball fields, playgrounds, picnic areas, edible forest & living fence, shelter houses, basketball courts, and coming soon in 2018 a splash pad. Splash Pad Design

Shelter House Rental Form

Special Event Application

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The Village of Roseville
107 N Main Street
Roseville, Ohio 43777

Darrin Strate, Acting Mayor
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