3700 Speedway Drive
Findlay, OH 45840
Phone: (419) 420-1212
Fax: (419) 420-1655
Dating back to the 1880s, the Charles H. Bigelow House is worth visiting owing to its splendid architecture. Owned by Charles Henry Bigelow, one can see extensive use of gas equipment like gas lamps in the house, thereby highlighting the extensive use of gas in those days. This beautiful mansion was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2006.
Swale Park is a public park managed by the city. The park offers recreational facilities like four baseball fields for major and minor leagues. The University of Findlay practices baseball and soccer on these grounds.
The Rawson Park is a public park managed by the city park department. A bright patch of green in the bustling city, the park hosts recreational activities and sports for all ages. Kids will enjoy the playground, while you can enjoy a family picnic at the picnic tables or an outdoor barbecue. The park also features softball and tennis facilities.
A small-scale operation, Findlay Brewing Company is a local craft brewery located in Findlay. The brewery produces a nice selection of brews like the Black IPA, Imperial IPA, LaMarr’s Molasses Porter, Sweet Amber Ale and American Bitter amongst others. The brewery taproom is open for visit from 5p to 10p on Fridays and features a casual, relaxed atmosphere to mingle with fellow beer enthusiasts and sample signature brews.
Riverside park proves to be the ultimate recreational avenue complete with swimming pools to beat the heat. It houses volleyball and tennis courts plus three playgrounds and also a softball field. The waterfront area of the part allows for public fishing and also pedal boats and canoes. All in all a great place for a family to spend quality time together enjoying the facilities and also a place for old friends to catch up over a game of volleyball.
Located along the Blanchard River, this local park is a part of the Blanchard River Greenway. Visitors can enjoy a scenic walk along the pedestrian bridge that crosses the river from Anchor Park to Civitan Park.
Visitors to Findlay can appreciate the many parks and green public spaces for public use all around the city. One such park is Eagle Creek. It features a baseball field, soccer fields, tennis courts and a skate park.
The Oakwoods Nature Preserve offers a range of fun outdoor activities for the entire family. Spread out over 227 acres (91 hectares), the property features a Discovery Center for kids, two lakes, Shank Lake and Dold Lake, with fishing and boating, Butterfly gardens, hiking trails and wildlife discovery opportunities.
This public park features good facilities for sports and recreation, including fields for softball, soccer and baseball. Picnic shelters are located on the property.
Blue Rock Nature Preserve is a 11 acre (4.45 hectare) wooded preserve. The preserve is home to local wildlife and features a well-defined trail system, pond, wetland and rest area. A good place to spend a day out in nature or enjoy an invigorating hike.
The park is a great place to appreciate the history and culture of the region, besides offering a range of fun, interactive activities for the whole family. You'll find plenty to keep you busy, from exploring the 110 acre (44 hectares) property with its woodlands and meadows to picnic sites, an Activity Barn, 1847 McKinnis Homestead and 19th century period garden.
The Riverbend Recreation Area is a must-visit for outdoor and sports enthusiasts, with plenty of enjoyable activities for the entire family. The recreation area features activities like fishing at Giertz Lake, sand volleyball, disc golf, dog parks, seasonal hay rides, playgrounds, picnic shelters, walking and hiking trails and more.