Parks & Recreation
Parks and Recreation Department
Canal Fulton has many Parks to enjoy. Some parks have facilities that can be reserved. For more information on renting the facilities you may call the Canalway Center at 330-854-6835; Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm and Saturday and Sunday 10am – 4pm.
For Special Events, please check the calendar
ST. HELENA HERITAGE PARK
125 Tuscarawas Street
St. Helena Heritage Park has Hiking and Biking with the Towpath and Muskingum Trail.
Seating Capacity: Approximately 80
Electric – Yes
Reservation Fee: $50 per day
Located next to the Playground and Ohio & Erie Towpath Trail.
There is also Gale Hartel Memorial Pavilion – Limited seating capacity, No electric and non-reservable
Ball Fields #1, #2, #3
Reservation Fee: $15 per day per field or $30 per day for all fields.
Parking: Parking is available for approximately 200 cars. Sufficient room is available for charter tour buses. Canoe and Bike rentals are available near the park’s entrance at the canoe livery.
CANAL FULTON CANALWAY CENTER
Visitor Information Center 330-854-6835
Highlighting Canal Fulton’s rich history, area amenities, businesses, services, parks & recreation programs and special events.
The Center sells tickets for the St. Helena III Canal Boat.
April & October: Saturdays & Sundays 10am – 4pm
May-September: Weekdays 10am – 4pm & Weekends 10am – 4pm
853 Locust Street, Located behind the Northwest Senior Center
Paved Walking Path, Small Tot lot with slide and swings.
50 car parking lot shared with Senior Center. Restrooms are open for rentals.
Large Gazebo Pavilion
Seating Capacity 60
Reservation Fee: $125 per day (includes refundable $50 security deposit)
Small Gazebo Pavilion
Reservation Fee: $80 per day (includes refundable $50 security deposit)
Two lighted tennis courts are available. Coin machine for lights. Courts can be reserved for a fee.
Ericsson & Beverly Streets
Paved Walking Path with Playground
Small Fishing Pond
Picnic Tables and Benches
OLD SCHOOL PLAYGROUND
Cherry & Locust Streets
On- street parking
CANAL FULTON DOG PARK
Butterbridge Road Between Rt. 21 & Erie Avenue
Enclosed fenced areas for dog exercise with a large and small dog area.
Picnic tables and benches
Water for dogs and parking area available.
Owners are responsible to pick up and dispose of animal’s waste.
Pets must be on a 8’leash or less when not within enclosed fenced area.
Pets must be under control at all times.
Dogs in heat are not permitted.
Additional facility rules posted at park.