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Juilfs Park: Info








 

 

 




News - Progress Photos

Juilfs Park Playground Update
Phases one and two of the renovated Juilfs Park Playground were completed summer 2013. There's still more work to do; phase three will feature a waterplay area (additional funds needed).



Juilfs Park Playground Fundraising
Honor someone special and support your community through the Playground Fund! Leave a legacy for the “Apple of Your Eye” on the farm-themed playground. Donors of $100 or more will have their tribute featured in a lasting, meaningful, and creative way on the sponsor Apple Tree.

A portion of each donation is used to purchase and install a tribute acknowledgment; proceeds from the balance of the donation may go towards the purchase of play equipment, surfaces, structures, landscaping and phase three of the Juilfs Park playground renovation. Sponsorships of any amount are always welcomed!

Park district staff welcomes the opportunity to discuss gift-giving options with you or your company! Contact Scott Lahman: (513) 388-5091.

Location
North (main office): 8249 Clough Pike
South (near tennis courts): 8200 Patton Ave.,
(east of the north lot entrance on Clough Pike, left on Fireside, right on Patton Ave.).

The Park is open from dawn to dusk, 365 days a year, excluding special events.

Size
26.24 acres

Opening Date
July 19, 1986 

Acquisition
Juilfs Park is the product of two parcels.  In 1980, the south eight acres were donated by Elizabeth Juilfs.  The remaining 18 acres were purchased from the Juilfs Foundation in 1983. 

Description
The Juilfs Foundation, through its generous gifts, has made this 26-acre park the crown jewel of the ATPD. Children can live their dreams on the playground or exercise their imagination on a tricycle track complete with pretend gas pumps.

A popular .9 mile hike/bike trail winds around the park’s perimeter. Within its bounds reside two sand volleyball courts, a basketball court, three competition level ball diamonds, seasonal soccer fields and three tennis courts.

Sprinkled throughout the park are picnic tables with grills and two shelters; one includes a working fireplace (permit required).