What's happening this year in Plain City?
Registration for Session 2 - Village Residents starts July 1
Fourth of July Information!
NEW THIS YEAR:
Parade starts at Pastime Park at 10am- Lineup begins at 9am
MUST register to be in the parade: Parade Registration
ONLY ADA with placards may park in Pastime
ALL other parking will be in the grassy field just north and across the street from the park.
Free Shuttles from the NEW PC Elementary 6-10:30pm
Bounce Houses, Food Trucks, Games, Live Music & More
For additional July 4th information, please CLICK HERE!
Parks & Recreation Master Plan
In preparation for improvement and future growth in the community, the Village commissioned a professional study to map out current facilities/recreational opportunities, and to create a roapmap for the future.
To see the Parks & Recreation Master Plan CLICK HERE.
If you haven't been to Pastime Park, you're missing both a walk into the past of old fashioned baseball fields and fairgrounds, and a jump into a modern camping facility and aquatic center.
Curious what our Park/Campground looks like?
(Video courtesy of Geyer Photography)
There are 2 parks in Plain City: Pastime Park and McKitrick Park. Pastime Park is a popular destination throughout the year. Nestled among beautiful oak trees (many over 200 years old), Pastime Park provides a very peaceful and tranquil setting, drawing visitors from all over the United States.
The park offers a 60 site campground, a 1/2 mile walking trail, a professional disc golf course, 4 sand volleyball courts, a basketball court, aquatic center and several rentable facilities.
McKitrick Park is a beautiful 5.18 acre park, located along the Big Darby, on East Main Street, just east of Uptown Plain City. There is parking and public access for fishing or kayaking/canoeing. McKitrick is a great place to spend time enjoying a picnic, fishing, or just relaxing in the beauty of its natural surroundings. For more information on McKitrick Park, Click HERE.
Reservable Facilities - FREE to the public
To ensure availability, reserving them is recommended
North Shelter (near playground- no electric)
South Shelter(near ballfields)
Cattle Barn(near campground)
Sand Volleyball (behind Aquatic Center)
Basketball Courts(no reservation needed)
Rentable Facilities - Fee based
Perfect for birthday parties, graduation parties and family reunions
$ 75/day plus $100 refundable deposit
+ $25 fee to set up or decorate evening before rental (if available)
2 indoor restrooms
18 tables(8ft in length) and 95 chairs
Heated but not air conditioned
For rental of the Youth Building, the key must be picked up the Friday before your event between 8am and 4pm at the new Municipal Building - 800 Village Blvd.
After rental drop off key and check off list into the Drop Box at the Municipal Building.
Park Area Rentals (click here for map & details)
Whole Park rental
$650/day or $337/day multi day rental - $500 refundable deposit
Partial Park rental
Area A- $150/day - $200 deposit
Area B- $200/day - $200 deposit
Whole or Partial Park Rentals may be made by contacting the Director of Parks & Recreation:
Linda Granger 614-873-3527 ext 108 [email protected]
Cattle Barn Shelter near Camping
North Shelter near Playground
Gazebo in Pastime Park