Welcome to Berkshire Township, Delaware County, Ohio

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Berkshire Township Park

Mission Statement
The Mission of the Berkshire Township Parks is to provide diverse

year-round leisure opportunities through the preservation of open space,

park settings, recreational facilities, and programs for the residents of Berkshire Township. We strive to strengthen the bonds of community

and enhance quality of life for present

and future generations.

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When the township trustees purchased the land on Rome Corners Road where the Township Hall now stands, their vision included the concept of a township park being built on the land at some point in the future.

In 2016, plans for a park began to take shape through the efforts of the trustees, staff, and a residents' Parks Committee.

In March of 2017 $20,000 in seed money was appropriated to get the project underway. It was agreed a play area for young children and a pollinator garden area for all to enjoy will be the first priorities moving forward.

In addition to the Township's concept, the Trustees agreed to the installation of a Born Learning Trail within the planned park. Scheduled to be installed later this summer, the Born Learning Trails were created to help parents of very young children connect with their kids in a fun, interactive, and educational way. Berkshire is proud to be one of the first recipients of this exciting project sponsored by United Way of Delaware County and the Women's Leadership Network of United Way. If you'd like to learn more about this trail, please click the link below to view a Born Learning Trail Video already in place in Texas.

Stay tuned to this website for further details on the park and it's progress, including the Grand Opening later this summer of the Born Learning Trail.

Examples of Born Learning Trail activities from other parks