Ron Kehl Park (1730 Sonoma Court/N 39 38 43.82 W 084 06 11.56) consists of 9 acres, partially wooded with a small stream and currently provides a variety of recreational activities. Kehl Park is one of our most widely used and popular parks. Kehl Park was named after former park commissioner, Ron Kehl, on October 13, 1998. Mr. Kehl dedicated much of his time to the community in Bellbrook. Mr. Kehl was instrumental in the formation of the Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Park District and had a passion for recreation and the youth. Mr. Kehl was actively involved in the Bellbrook Athletic Boosters and coached youth sports for many years in the Bellbrook community. Kehl Park is located in Sugarcreek Township and has access points off Sonoma Court, Statehouse Court and Bledsoe Drive. The park offers a wonderful children's playground, basketball courts, baseball backstop, covered shelter with picnic tables, natural path through wooded terrain and a paved path for the avid walker.
30 car parking lot
6 tables under the shelter
Playground, basketball hoops, baseball field, nature trail (.46mile), and paved path
Reserving a picnic shelter in advance is recommended. 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.