Parks & Cemeteries
Madison Township owns and maintains five public parks and seven cemeteries. The parks are comprised of Madison Township Park, Tuttle Park, Bill Stanton Community Park, Unionville Park, and Veteran's Park on Hubbard Road. Three of our parks sit on the shore of Lake Erie: Madison Township Park, Tuttle Park, and Bill Stanton Community Park, you can read more about them below. Madison Township Parks Resolution & Rules
Madison Township Park
Located at 6717 Lake Road (at the intersection of Hubbard & Lake Road)
Located at 5825 Northway Drive (between West Tuttle Park & East Tuttle Park Roads)
Madison Township Park is situated on 12 acres and boasts a beautiful beach, a small water craft boat dock, handicapped parking at beach level, a large pavilion with picnic tables & grills, a playground, volleyball courts, and a lighted baseball field. The park is surrounded by restaurants that are within walking distance from the park. The park is open from dawn until dusk.
NO alcohol is permitted at the park or on the beach. There are no lifeguards and visitors are advised to swim at their own risk. Please do not climb on the rocks and no diving from the boat ramp, as the water is only a few feet deep. The park has public restrooms near the ball fields. Pets are welcome in the park, but not on the beach, and we only ask that you keep them leashed and clean up after them.
Tuttle Park is a quaint park that sits within a quiet neighborhood and boasts a playground, pavilion with picnic tables and grills, a baseball diamond, basketball and tennis courts. Due to Lake Erie erosion problems, the beach is closed.
The pavilion is available by RESERVATION by CLICKING HERE. The park is open from dawn until dusk and NO alcohol is permitted at the park. Pets are welcome, but please keep them leashed and please be sure to clean up after them.
Located at 1747 Hubbard Road (between Bayside Drive & Dave Drive)
Located at 7830 West Street (off of State Rt. 84, just west of County Line Road)
Veteran's Park is located on Hubbard Road behind American Legion Post 601 & was formerly known as the "In Line Skate Park." Veteran's Park was renamed by the Board of Madison Township Trustees on October 25, 2016, in honor of all military veterans who have served our country.
Situated in the quaint 4 square mile area of Madison Township and Harpersfield Township known as Unionville. The park is host to a large playground and a large field that can be used for picnics and field games. The large open field in Unionville Park is one of the many locations where vendors set up their stands for the annual Unionville Flea Market which is held in May. Unionville is a unique community that is situated in both Lake and Ashtabula Counties. County Line Road runs right through the center of the community. Half of the community is governed by Madison Township in Lake County and the other half of the community is governed by Harpersfield Township in Ashtabula County.
Bill Stanton Community Park
Located at 5585 Chapel Road
Bill Stanton Community Park's Banquet Hall is now open & available for reservations. The recreation hall is under some renovations and we will notify the public as soon as that becomes available for reservations. For questions regarding reservations, please contact Kerry McCoy, Administrative Assistant at (440) 428-5128. CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE NEWLY RENOVATED BANQUET HALL
*THE CHAPEL IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR RESERVATIONS*
MADISON TOWNSHIP PARKS FACILITIES RESERVATION FEES
1/2 Day Full Day Security Deposit
Within Madison Township there are four parks and a golf course in the Lake Metroparks system. (Click on picture to visit website)
7298 Lake Road
4700 Emerson Road
4872 Klasen Road
4895 Bailey Road
941 Dock Road
Madison Township Cemeteries
The Madison Township Service Department maintains seven cemeteries, with plots available, in North Madison Cemetery (Hubbard Rd. across from the Immaculate Conception Church) and at Madison Memorial Cemetery located on Arcola Road. (Click here for the current cemetery fees)
Contact the Cemetery Sextons for more information:
Josh Kopczak & Kathy Snopel