Bellbrock Park

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Bellbrock Park (57 North Main Street/N 39 38.256 W 084 04.216) is the center of our historical heritage and the Bellbrook Museum is located across from the park. Bellbrock Park was deeded to the City of Bellbrook by Evelyn Brock in 1963.  In 2011, the City of Bellbrook turned over property ownership to the Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Park District.  Bellbrock Park at one time was the site of the "Magnetic Springs Hotel". The Magnetic Springs water fountain is now connected to city water. Bellbrock Park is used extensively by the community for special events such as the Sugar Maple Festival, Mayor's Concerts, Christmas in the Park and other community groups. Bellbrock Park has a gazebo which is the main focal point of the park. In addition to the gazebo the park has playground equipment, small bridges crossing a meandering stream, picnic tables, grills and parking. The park is 1.5 acres in size and sits at the corner of North Main Street and East Walnut Street near downtown Bellbrook.  

Amenities:  

7-10 car parking lot 

4 tables under shelter (24ft x 40ft)  

Grill

Swings                     

Reserving the gazebo at Bellbrock Park is recommended in advance.  Please call the park district’s office at (937) 848-3535 to insure availability.  All shelter reservations are free for residents and $25.00 for non-residents.