Deerfield Township Parks & Recreation

4900 Parkway Dr. Mason, OH 45040
Phone 513.701.6977
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Our missionDeerfield Township Parks & Recreation strives to improve the quality of life and enhance the health of the community through quality parks and affordable programs.
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Help with special events, park maintenance, and improvement projects. We also welcome Eagle Scout projects.

  • One-time
  • Teens, Adults
  • Individuals, Groups (2-10)
  • Event support, Indoor, Outdoor
  • On-site
  • Weekdays, Evenings, Weekends
About usIn addition to community parks, Deerfield Township Parks and Recreation offers a variety of programs throughout the year - summer camps, races, movies in the park, community garden plots, performances, and seasonal celebrations.
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Thank you to the Rotary Club of Mason and Deerfield Ohio for your ongoing leadership in our community. Club members donated 15 trees to the township and helped us plant them in Cottell Park. Deerfield residents and visitors to our park will enjoy this generous donation for years to come!

Thank you to the Rotary Club of Mason and Deerfield Ohio for your ongoing leadership in our community. Club members donated 15 trees to the township and helped us plant them in Cottell Park. Deerfield residents and visitors to our park will enjoy this generous donation for years to come! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Thank you so much! I noticed the new trees right away, and they really will be a lovely addition!

It’s the last week of classes for students at Mason City Schools and Kings Local School District. Congratulations to all of our township students on completing another amazing year. Have a great summer!

It’s the last week of classes for students at Mason City Schools and Kings Local School District. Congratulations to all of our township students on completing another amazing year. Have a great summer! ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

Deerfield Township
Third graders from JF Burns Elementary School recently spent a day touring some of our public facilities and learning more about the work we do in our Public Works, Fire and Parks departments, as well as the Warren County Sheriff’s Office. Our public works team taught them about signage, snow treatment, roadway repair and brush recycling in our community. Thanks to JFB teachers and staff for supporting this great field trip and helping us share our work with the township’s youngest residents!Image attachmentImage attachment

Third graders from JF Burns Elementary School recently spent a day touring some of our public facilities and learning more about the work we do in our Public Works, Fire and Parks departments, as well as the Warren County Sheriff’s Office. Our public works team taught them about signage, snow treatment, roadway repair and brush recycling in our community. Thanks to JFB teachers and staff for supporting this great field trip and helping us share our work with the township’s youngest residents! ... See MoreSee Less

The end-of-school countdown is on. Are you ready? Our arts, tech and archery camps will keep your kids learning (and having fun) all summer long. Limited spots remain. Register → https://bit.ly/2G5eBDc

The end-of-school countdown is on. Are you ready? Our arts, tech and archery camps will keep your kids learning (and having fun) all summer long. Limited spots remain. Register → bit.ly/2G5eBDc ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Lauren Payne Christman

2 weeks ago

Deerfield Township
You know they keep our roads safe. But our Public Works team also goes the extra mile to improve our community. Here they are assisting with excavation that will lay the groundwork for a new Habitat for Humanity Greater Cincinnati home in Loveland Park. Yay team!

You know they keep our roads safe. But our Public Works team also goes the extra mile to improve our community. Here they are assisting with excavation that will lay the groundwork for a new Habitat for Humanity Greater Cincinnati home in Loveland Park. Yay team! ... See MoreSee Less

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