Anderson Parks

Parks & Facilities

Amenities: Outdoor Courts

Clear Creek Pickleball Courts
6200 Batavia Road (SR 32)
Clear Creek Park is now home to six brand new pickleball courts! Pickleball is a sport that combines tennis, badminton and Ping-Pong, and it has been growing in popularity around the country.

Courts may be reserved by calling the park office, 513-474-0003.
Pickleball Courts Use Policies


Juilfs Park Tennis Courts
8249 Clough Pike
The three tennis courts are located near the south parking lot.  The courts were constructed in the Fall of 1998, after the ATPD was awarded a grant from the Anderson Foundation for Parks and Recreation and the Juilfs Foundation. Currently, these represent the only tennis courts in the Park District. Please limit play on the courts to 1 hour if other patrons are waiting to play.
Tennis Courts Use Policies

Juilfs Park Volleyball Courts

8249 Clough Pike
The two sand volleyball courts are located just off the hike/bike trail from the south parking lot. A water spicket is provided near the courts so that patrons may wash off the sand after play.

Juilfs Park Basketball Court
8249 Clough Pike
The basketball court is located next to the sand volleyball courts, just off the south parking lot. 



Beech Acres Park Volleyball Courts
6910 Salem Road

Located on the south side of the park near the basketball court, this volleyball area offers the perfect opportunity for a pick-up game in the sand. Serve, set, and spike on a first-come, first-served basis.

Beech Acres Park Basketball Court

6910 Salem Road

This full-size court a backboard at both ends is perfect for a pick-up game of hoops with family and friends! The court is available for use on a first-come, first-served basis. It is located on the southeast portion of the park near the Skatepark.

Laverty Park Basketball Court

839 Laverty Lane

Laverty Park contains a small basketball court with two hoops.

Veterans Park Basketball Court

8531 Forest Road

The outdoor Basketball Court at Veterans Park is located towards the back of the park.  The glass backboards are a new feature for the park; Veterans Park’s basketball court is one of the Park District’s best kept secrets.