Recreation / Parks
Our mission is to ensure that all citizens of the Village of Middlefield and surrounding communities have access to comprehensive leisure services including activities, events, and facilities by serving as a provider, referral agency, or catalyst for their development.
The Village also maintains an extensive park system; with four operating parks, including a state of the art Spray Ground, Sports Complex, 9-hole Disc Golf Course and Fishing Lake.
Click HERE to print a copy of the pavilion rental permit.
Rent a pavilion online, click on the link below.
Enjoy the summer at one of our outdoor courts and play areas. Play a game of tennis, basketball or volleyball on our lighted courts. Court use is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Would you rather play baseball instead? The Village owns and operates four baseball fields, one of which is lighted and can be rented for a nominal fee based on availability. Try something new; play 9 holes of disc golf with friends. A set of discs can be checked out for free at the municipal center during regular business hours.
Need financial assistance for registration? Check out the Nina Marcu PLAY Trust Fund
Lindsay’s Law – Sudden CArdiac Arrest (SCA)
In accordance with Lindsay’s Law, Village of Middlefield Recreation Department is required by the State of Ohio to collect signed forms from all parents and athletes. Your coaches and/or program leaders will present you with these forms at the start of your session. More information on Lindsay’s Law, including the required forms and videos can be found on the Ohio Department of Health website
Middlefield Recreation Department would like to thank the following Baseball, Softball and Soccer sponsors:
Dairy Queen, Frank Agency, Gavazzi Family Chiropractic, Geauga Vision, Gold Key, Great Day Child Care Learning Center, Mary Yoders, MD Realty, Precision Orthopedics, Russell-Sly Family Funeral Home, Shetler Office Solutions and Watson’s 87 Furniture.
Middlefield Recreation Department is proud to be a former Bronze Award Winner of Governor Strickland’s “Healthy Ohio” program; honoring those communities promoting good health and the state of living well to their residents.