Eagle Park is located at 14730 N. Springdale Avenue. It is home to two splash pad areas, a large playground area, and a pavilion. This shelter is NOW available for reservations. Any person or organization desiring to reserve a pavilion at Mineral Lake Park or Eagle Park shall obtain a permit from the Village offices.
The fee for the use of a pavilion by a Middlefield Village resident, business or organization located within the Village, is $25 per rental, up to one day. The rental fee is due at the time of application for the permit; proof of residency is required.
The fee for use of a pavilion by a non-resident, businesses or organization not located within the Village, is $100 per rental, up to one day. The rental fee is due at the time of application for the permit. NO RESERVATIONS WILL BE TAKEN OVER THE PHONE. Application and policies are available online. RESERVATION DATES ARE NOT GUARANTEED UNTIL PAYMENT & PERMIT IS RECEIVED AND APPROVED by Village offices. Click HERE to print a copy of the pavilion rental permit or call 855.209.8469, 440.632.5248.
Eagle Park General Rules:
- Splash Pads operate Memorial Day – Labor Day
- Hours of operation: 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
- Adult supervision for children under the age of 12 is required. One (1) adult per five (5) children.
- Splash Pad is play at your own risk. No lifeguard is on duty.
- Groups of 10 or more should limit their playtime to 30 minutes.
- Dogs must be leashed and dog waste is required to be removed.
All park lands owned by or under control of the Village shall be closed to public use between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., and no person shall enter into or remain upon such park lands between such hours. Guests are asked to comply with all parking regulations and instructions. Proper attire must be worn at all times. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted at the park. The Village is not responsible for lost, stolen, or left articles. It is strongly recommended that you do not bring valuables into the park.
Eagle Park has parking lots on both east and west ends, accessible from Tare Creek.
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