Eldred Parks and Recreation Overview

Eldred Township is exceptionally fortunate to have an array of open spaces and other public properties which bring beauty to the Township and have the potential to offer its residents a wide variety of recreational opportunities. Read More


Walter W. Mock Memorial Park -

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In 2006 the Township acquired 54 acres in part through the generosity of Jacqueline Mock. The Park is dedicated the memory of her father-in-law, Walter W. Mock, who purchased the property in 1935. The site primarily contains an existing farm field with adjacent woodlands. Most of the park will remain preserved as open space, for simple walking trails. The park is located in the central portion of the township between Church Road and Fiddletown Road.  A portion of the property contains a natural riparian corridor along Princess Run. The Princess Run supports natural reproduction of wild trout, and as such is highly regarded by local anglers.

For more details about the park and a map of the trail, click on this link - Walter W. Mock Memorial Park

Learn more about the life of Walter W. Mock - Click Here


Walter W. Mock Memorial Park Picnic Area and Creek Trail

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Currently the Picnic and Creek trail are not accessible from the main Walter W. Mock Memorial Park area. For details about the Picnic and Creek Trail, click this link - Picnic Area and Creek Trail

Village Square at the Stone Arch Bridge -

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For more about the Village Square at the Stone Arch Bridge


Buckwha Creek Trail -

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For more about the Buckwha Creek Trail
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